The Mass Categorization script can be enabled now from the Script preferences page, if anyone is interested.
It is an admin/content moderator-only tool that can be found in the drop-down menu of the "My tools" tab on the toolbar.
If you have a better artwork or idea, I'm listening.
I put the artwork of Silver there seeing his pose and character fit in there.
He is your "FANDOM's advisor", supposedly. Not your life's advisor.
You are greatly mistaken here my friend, hahaha. :)
We are not going to make seperate categories for every article. We just need a new group of categories each for every group articles.
That's what my solution does; either you specify a category or the default "Image galleries" will be put instead on the article containing the Gallery heading template.
I added a field called "Category" so you can specify category page titles other than the default "Image galleries".
But, it does not give you the ability to not specify any category, so is this a problem? I can extend it more if you want.
You mean like adding a category field which is a variable you set depending on the page and add the "Image galleries" category as its default?
Yes, an error.
What I said also applies to that situation.
Advisors are just some of the local administrators of a wiki. Anyone outside this group no matter what group he pertains to cannot be an "advisor".
Furthermore, an advisor should be someone from the wiki itself (even if we put the administrator thing apart), why do you expect someone outside the wiki to help you edit in it? Just being friends does not sail in this situation.
That user is not an admin here. He cannot help you.
We don't have a wiki equivalent to us in Gamepedia, so no. Furthermore, that wiki you're talking about has just transferred content to its Gamepedia equivalent.
They don't prevent contributing to Zelda contents, they just joined forces with the Gamepedia wiki and can continue editing there. And yet, their old wiki on FANDOM has still not been removed.
It was not part of it all the time. It is actually also the opposite of what the author of this post said, it is FANDOM who acquired Gamepedia, not the opposite. And no wiki is going to be archived on FANDOM.
Where are you stuck? What does the game give you when going to Cool Edge?
You don't have to post here if you don't want to grab a project and work on it.
Just ignore the thread already.
I think that the problem in the widget not continuing from where you left the song is because it is not designed to save data about what you did last time you played one of the songs in the playlist.
It may likely due to being designed to be located on one page only which, practically, you'd like to read while enjoying your time with a song along the way.