Hey tactical, i need some help with coding. So we had this wiki awards recently, and i made a crappy template like the featured article/delete one. So I got the first 2 ones, the inputs for the image and what awards. The thing is, in case one item wins multiple awards, I made option 3 and 4 that are their 2nd and 3rd awards, and I want to make sure it can be hidden, but I don't know how to do these kind of stuff, so I need help TAT
Well, the brandless tables are all ready! I'm going to paste them (with the exception of the school cards, uniforms and unit cards) into the brandless page! They are here: User:Snowflakes519/Sandbox/2.
I think they look pretty great, but a few things to change:
1. change the premium accessory cards to: Premium Rare set Rare Accessory cards. (after all they are just a matching item and is a rare item)
2. I somewhat suggest you to separate the brandless accessories into Rare and Normal, but its not 100% neccessary so thats up to you.
3. you'll have to resize your mint macaron accessory.
4. separate the collaboration accessories from the main promotional group
5. for the promotion cute coords, pink & lavender camisole, separate the words with the "&", and also remove the skirt since it belongs to the collections, leave it with the Blank.png image. same goes for the one below it. Apply this to any other ones. (Cool: thunder rider jacket, blue stripped tshirt, red punk pleated skirt, skull logo tshirt)(sexy: leather skirt with belt, sexy logo tube top, black peplum)(pop: colorful ribbon skirt , lunlun ribbon boots, paint short denim, colorful paint trainer, peaceful sandals)
6. for the pink balloon onepiece, we dont know if the shoes are supposed to go with the dress, so leave the shoes as Blank. apply this to all season 1 collaboration coords.
7. you'll have to relocate the orange polka dot and donut coord to somehwere below. its not in order in terms of chronology.
8: the school coords is a different thing, so lets make a separate page for it, and let it be in chronological order. DreAca ones are dream coords instead of parade coords.
9. ignore the units since they all have their own pages, instead give them see also links
and for your sandbox 3, if you mean to put them in the brands main page, then it will be too meddlesome for all of us, since adding the iamges to the gallery is easier. instead, a thing you can help is to make sure everything is in chronological order, and we can separate the promotions and dcd into 2 galleries.
I won't post the school cards or the uniform cards, since I asked halo and she says is unnecesary if they have their own page, wich I agree. The main way to separe aikatsu cards in the DCD Collections, wich I guide with, is cute, cool, sexy, and pop. I first separed them in in their respective set (parade, stage, torte, etc...), then in type (cute then cool then sexy then pop) ,season, lastly in school, dreaca's go last. Also I will make the brands tables, but I won't post them in their pages. I could use them to guide myself in the competition. I can do the organization thing if you want...
i understand the concept of the table, and its good yo made them to create a guide to the competition, and I would probably have users going to your sandbox if they need to look at the coords. there is no problem putting high parade coords last since i would do them like that too, but make sure to make some adjustments to some minor mistakes as i mentioned above.
Hey, it's me. The guy that I was supposed to reply to on my own wall? Yeah.
(Stupid summer heat. Bleh.)
For my view, I think it looks great! Pretty organized and compact too! As for my suggestions, do you think you can put in a header coding for that so it can appear in the table of contents? Might make it easier to search on. But not through the conventional coding of the headers. Instead, try using HTML, <h3></h3>. That'll help with the navigation and all.
Alright... I'll make the userbox template for Hong Kong... But the thing is, it just creates another [EMPTY]. Why would it make you feel weird? I mean, after all Hong Kong is in China. So why would that concern you?
Well, in my view, I think they're good! Liked the simple naming descriptions. At least the cards will be identifiable.
Though the problem about the cards is the length of the page. But you don't need to worry about that. It's been a problem like that since this wiki's start. Come to think of it, maybe I need to think of a way to solve that issue myself. Lol.
I guess you can keep working on this little project. It's some good organized stuff there.
hey Tactical, for my school project I'm making a wikia. Now, I'm trying to make something similar to the Episode nav on here, so I copied the subnav group code and navbox new code onto the pages (don't worry i gave credits to you), but it won't allow me to add in a 3rd main group.
Just wanted to give the coding a quick look. And I think I see the problem.
You know those highlight colors, right? Well, after seeing the main group3 coding, it seems it doesn't appear for the group3. That's the problem because it wouldn't respond to the interior template parameters... Maybe it's a bracket placement error? Check where you placed them around the group3 parameter. Perhaps that might be the problem there.
But that was just only my observation there. If you're still stuck, then I suppose I'll look into it deeper.
It's probably because of the loading. The computer needs to acquire all those animated frames so that the GIFs would be working properly. Otherwise the switch template will not function properly because the computer hasn't returned with the image samples.
You can choose to keep using the GIF images, which (again I say), will take a few seconds to load. Or we can just use the static images from the gallery. Either way doesn't make a difference.
Let's see if any eavesdroppers have the same issue as you.
I've already said this on another conversation between Jo and myself, but can I put my input? That actually has nothing to do with the gifs or the switch template, it's just the format. For some reason the switch templates can be format-picky and you have to readjust the source infobox on the source page until you find the one that works. We had the same issue with Clock Circus and it happened on another wiki I edited on too so I made little format changes to the infobox like move the equal sign and such and it got the picture(s) showing up.
I was tinkering in the CSS page in making a new "switch template." I didn't knew the songs were using the tabbers already.
(Great. Now what am I going to do? Should I just go ahead and use tabbers anyways for the new switch template? Or maybe should we just go for the classic way in storing the lyrics by removing their tabber feature?)
In the "classic way," we'd use the table coding and label the columns top to bottom for the Japanese text, romaji, and the English translation. I'd say that would be organized and decorative, since you can colorize the header rows and split sections cell by cell. But problem is that the infobox tables will get in the way. Pfft.
The "tabber way" is well...obviously you use the tabbers for this. It saves room and avoids those nosy song infoboxes from interfering, but it leaves quite some empty space inside the tabber boxes.
Well, what do you think we should do about the broken switch templates then, huh? If we leave it like that, we might as well use only one image at a time then for the infoboxes. But as a matter of fact, we're already using multiple images for the infoboxes via switch template. But with it stuck, how can other users view it now?
And, dunno what was going on that page. It's just categories. Are they still fixed though?
Yes, I can do that. There's a general CSS code that lays down all of the properties of the tabbers and we can choose to tinker it to our own style. All I need to do is hide those tabber borders, make the tab background colors transparent, and maybe I cand replicate the switch template...only by using tabbers. All we need to do now is discuss how we can use the table lyrics style so it doesn't get interfered with the song infobox...
And okay. I'll check the Sagittarius page to see what's going on with the categories.
Anyways, about the lyric format switching thing, yes. In order to fix the broken "switch template," we have to use the tabber over it. But in order to do that, we have to change the song page's lyric format. That's why I propse to use the table format...
One of the other users was confused about the color-coded lyrics and wanted us to put up a key so it's easier to understand who's who. Would you mind coming over here to discuss how we'd go about to doing that?