I had seen the slides Avatar wiki has on its main page. As an admin of another wiki, I hope if you can help me create the slides for my wiki. And also, sorry for using the codes for developing the slides without your permission.
I don't see the point or benefits of having two separate maps. Both shows take place in the same world, so separating them is counterintuitive. Not to mention the needless duplication of work and effort that would require to maintain two separate maps.
Likewise, color coded markers to represent the two shows would go against the idea of their belonging to one single, cohesive world.
Hello! After being being granted permission, the Icons template from this wiki is used on another wiki I'm the head admin on. Since the Wikia design change, we've been struggling to figure out how the make the icons show up next to the interlanguage link. I noticed you modified a code page, the Common.js/icons.js page, and I was wondering if you had any advice on how you solved the issue with the article placement of the icons.
Hi, I was looking through RuneScape's JS to see what needed fixing and noticed that I borrowed the JS from your Template:Icons for our Template:External which broke with the header updates so I thought I repay the help.
Right now, we're appending it to the language dropdown (although I understand there are some issues if that dropdown doesn't exist which is still being worked out with staff). If you wanted a helping hand with the code, search for "topIcon" in w:c:rs:MediaWiki:Common.js and just adapt the code in the "exec" function.
Hello! I see that you have previously edited/created a template Template:Slider, for the main page. On behalf of the How to Train Your Dragon Wiki, I've been attempting to do so, with your template, along with that of other wikis. I have encountered some problems with it, do you mind helping? This is a link to my slider in progress: Here. Help, or simply checking it out and advising me, would be greatly appreciated. ---The Woolly Howl 05:42, March 16, 2017 (UTC)