re:A little doubt Edit
For talk pages and forums, we do NOT change the spelling of names, or alter talks and posts of others no matter how different Oda spells them. Just leave them as it is.16:55, July 22, 2012 (UTC)
Messing up with Links Edit
you keep messing up with links on your forum messages. I don't know how you do this and whether or not it's a bug, but please use "preview" to check the diff before publishing. Example here. Thanks.
- hmmmm.. I don't have anything to do with it.. I see it happens when I edit but I just write the added part, I'm not messing in any way with the links!
It appears you don't know how, so I'll show you how to link, instead of using the entire url. For Monet, you put [http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Monet Monet]. It's rather ugly, and long to copy and paste the entire url in. However, there's another way to link, and a much easier way to do this. If you was to type this in source mode; [[Monet]], it would show up as Monet, the same as if you would use the url for it, but much neater and quicker. You get it? 16:01, July 25, 2012 (UTC)
I already knew that, actually it was not me! I know its ]] and [[ but I copied the short summary into a text editor and then recopied so the hypervincules were still there, my mistake, sorry! But I knew of that.. don't worry but anyway thanks^^ Khaliszt (talk)
Eh, copy the short summary? We usually don't do that, we do the long summary by scratch, and put in pretty much everything what happened in the chapter. /).-16:12, July 25, 2012 (UTC)
You're not understanding me, lol. Read the long summary, it is complete, by scratch and everything is perfectly summarized, with all the details. What i mean with "copy the short summary" is that I took the text to get the links faster into a TEXT EDIT programm, off-wiki. I erased the words and re-write them into the long summary i wrote, BUT i did it without taking the hiperlinks out, so they remaint as links, but my intention was to write it with ]] and [[, which I know is used for shorcuts on pages. Khaliszt (talk)
I've also known a few wikia to die out because they didn't let newbies edit their wikia, thats why you can't discriminate and you have to embrace newbies while they learn how to become a veteran. They literally are the future of any wikia on a lng term basis. One-Winged Hawk (talk) 17:15, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
- Totally totally, did you read the examples i gave you? Horrible!! It's important to have new editors always around. More points of view, more quality. Khaliszt (talk) 17:34, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
re:New Colors Edit
Thanks, that would really help me with putting colors for background and infoboxes. Much appreciated. =D17:26, August 21, 2012 (UTC)
- Yep! That is right what I was thinking about :D I'd like to change some infobox colors i had in mind but i wanted to talk about it with an administrator before doing anything! Khaliszt (talk) 20:40, August 21, 2012 (UTC)