just checking in, not sure about you but i can barely read the usernames in wikiactivity since the hexcode is practically the same as the background... may want to tweak that for the sake of readability :)
yes the names are darker, the bright background is disturbing that. perhaps something darker would work or even changing colors to blue might be better. helps for it to stand out more.
the other wikis in question, if they are in active for a long time then you can try merging. the only one you need is scoobypedia.wikia.com. i saw joeplay made a new wordmark but you seemed to have rejected it since it said "scoobydoo"...not sure what you were expecting
Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: That's news to me. I didn't ask for it, so I don't know anything about that.
i know i saw it but it disappear fast, since i no longer have access to admin tools here; i can't check. delete log should have indicated and i don't see revision delete. oh well
still think you should do something about the username colors, now looking further into this; i would also suggest making regular text color also darker. another possibility is to ask joe to tone down the brightness of the light green background.
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Sorry. Sometimes it's easier for me to just delete and start from scratch at another time because I don't want to spend my cleaning stuff up.
As you've seen the page was already created, which I completely forgot about, and you obviously didn't consider searching if we already had it. In future this would be helpful, or you can ask if me if we have already have a page, so you don't waste your time making a page that already exists.
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I've read all what've said, so I'm sorry when I say that I have no idea what you're talking about. You're designing a new template for mobile users. What exactly am I supposed to do? I'll try to help, I just need to know specificly. I wish I could give a better response.
It's a category page and that's not how it works. You add the category to pages. And I gave you a reason why I deleted it in the summary, because we already have Category:Video games. You also did internal links as external ones.
Some of you guys just do not pay enough attention, then come to me acting all "WTF?!" I mean, come on!
So I look across the many pages on the wiki and the thing that stands out to me occasionally is the differences (sometimes even on the same page) between US and UK spelling/grammar. A few months ago I had to revert a few edits in the "goofs" section about things being spelt "wrong" when actually it was just the standard American spelling (I'm reminded of one on the Scooby Doo and a Mummy, Too page which claimed "Archeology" was a misspelling, and the Department of Archeology page still claimed "archaeology" is misspelt [edit: just changed that]). When it comes to creating object or location pages it becomes increasingly apparent (such as the aforementioned Department of Archeology).
I was wondering whether we should consider adopting a universal language to avoid any inconsistencies. Obviously as it's an American franchise, and American spellings are used throughout, I would tend towards adopting the US spelling; however with the site currently having UK administration that might get a little difficult. Or we could keep it as it is.
Having a largely UK administration (i.e. the two of us), I think this wiki sways more to the UK spelling. I've ended up doing both. I think since this is an American franchise, the page names should at least be American English. I've looked towards Wikipedia for help in naming, because I thought they did American English, but even they do both. Outside of page names, I think it can be both, but not to the point where it just looks like a "mess".