This is another template from Wikipedia. It allows you to display a row of images and automatically resizes the images so they are all the same height. It does require that you provide the width and height of the full resolution of each image.
This is a useful alternative to the new Gallery.
Several examples are on the Food page.Read more >
I messed around with Tabber and now the second tab will always display on page load. This isn't a problem at the moment since I don't think we have any articles with more than two Tabber tabs anyway. If we ever need any other tab to be the default... I'll figure it out when we get to that point.Read more >
(Actually, that should say "Updated" Episode Template, but I can't edit the title. Anyway...)
tldr: Template:Episode has been updated and is much more simplified. Please use this if updating a Chapter page!
About a week ago I made a request over on the Community Wikia to enable Lua on our wiki. Lua is a templating language that Wikia added recently, that will allow us to make templates that are both faster and more functional than what we can make with wikitext. The old templates will continue to work as they are.
The first thing I wanted to do was to simplify the Episode (Chapter) template so we no longer have to add the naver/LINE links to the template. It's kind of a pain to do in wikitext, so I decided to try to do it with Lua. I only hav…Read more >
I was looking for an easy way to have a pair of images float next to each other, found the following three templates on Wikipedia, and added them to this wiki. They can give us more/easier options for placing text and images around a page.
Template:Align - a simple template for left/right/center horizontal alignment
Template:Float - This is used to "float" items – i.e. position them – so they do not affect the alignment or formatting of other items (such as text) nearby.
Template: Stack - This template can be used to stack images and other floating content such as infobox templates without causing problems with spacing and floating.
These are all straight off of Wikipedia (see each page's documentation for links). If other wiki admins wish to …Read more >
It's just like me to begin a new task before finishing a previous one...
I began the process of having the arc pages pull the chapter summaries from each chapter page using something called Transclusion. So far I've updated the arcs Lost, The Good , and Taboo.
What is Transclusion? It essentially lets you pull content from one wiki page (e.g. a chapter page) and include it in another (e.g. an arc page). This way, we only need to write a chapter summary once, but it can be seen on two different pages.
I also made a new and improved chapter infobox template at http://kubera.wikia.com/wiki/Template:Chapter and it will eventually replace the old Template:Chapter_Navigation.Read more >