We're in the process of launching a set of television footers, similarly to how we launched our successful gaming footers; we were wondering if there was interest in having the Scooby-Doo site included?
It's pretty clear to me the answer is "no" since I don't visit this site much any more, being far more caught up in Gravity Falls than Scooby-Doo. However, I do still have the powerful scripting tools that can help with mass changes, so unless you have worked out how to use them or have someone else who can do that I would still like to help out on request.
We’re reaching out to a few of our top communities, hoping to get you on board with the migration to the new infobox markup. And we have tools to help!
Why we’re doing this
Simply put: Most current infobox structure translates very poorly to mobile experiences, and indeed any device that doesn’t use desktop-style displays. On desktops and laptops, they often look amazing. The problem is that Wikia’s traffic is trending mobile.
We partnered with the Wikia community to create this new markup to make sure that your hard work can be displayed on mobile devices (as well as any future technologies) easily and without any new coding conventions. It’ll take some effort up front, to be sure, but we’re here to help, and the work you put in now will pay for itself tenfold in the future.
Tools we’ve designed to ease the process
We’ve enabled two new features on your community. One is a tool for migrating the “old” infobox code to the new markup. It identifies templates on your wikia that look like infobox templates and places a box on the right rail of the template page. When you click the “Generate draft markup” button in this box, it opens a new tab containing a draft of your infobox using the new markup.
The second is a new feature on Special:Insights that will highlight which infoboxes on your wikia have not been migrated to the new infobox markup. It’s fairly intuitive - you can click on the infobox title link itself to see the old markup, or simply click the “Convert!” button on the right, which performs the same action as the “Generate draft markup” button.
In syndication, the end credits for season 1 of The Scooby-Doo Show are reused for seasons 2 and 3. I was going to add them to each episode and include a note about it, but is it worth doing it at all?
Also, I'm not about the objects section being seperated into three different subjects. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but when I think about it seems restrictive in the sense that some people might think it's for all clues, no matter if they're objects or not. I was thinking about doing a clues list with the number of "zoinks" mentions and Scooby Snacks bribes, instead.
I wouldn't bother about noting the re-use of the end credits. Or if you do, you might mention it only on season 2 and season 3 header pages and not each episode.
A clues section would be good, but the number of "Zoinks" is not a clue, is it?
Are greased marks and a tunnel an object? If no, I think I'll remove the subsections. I don't think some users are taking into account that it's a mini section for clues that are also objects, and not for clues in general. I think I'd rather just remove and not have to keep on removing a non-object every time someone ignores the glaringly obvious.