User talk:MikeB

Mike Tried to standardize everything, probably need to discuss what should show up where

let me know how it looks so far

M3lkor (talk) 13:31, 2 January 2017 (MST)

Missing Images

I'd like to but also don't want to completely fill up the special page: wanted pages with every variation of every name looking for an image.

The wanted pages section is very useful for finding things to add and things that are missing or spelled wrong but right now every image search is looking for:

File: name

File: name.png

File: name.jpg

File: upper(name.png)

File: upper(name.jpg)

That's adding a lot of clutter, so by doing it this way, we can make the wanted pages useful again.

Probably going to get rid of that image search in TextC after everything has a direct link to its picture.

As it stands now, if it has a picture but isn't a jpg then it's still adding the .png to the wanted pages list

Let me know if you can think of another way, and I'll keep looking into it as well

M3lkor (talk) 09:31, 5 January 2017 (MST)

Yeah, you got it. So it's each ifexist for every extension on every page without a direct link to the picture (using |Image=)

Still trying to think of another way

M3lkor (talk) 18:41, 5 January 2017 (MST)

Regarding mobs and npcs

Found that using PAGENAME for the icon on NPCs that are included with mobs or mobs themselves doesn't work out as expected.

When included in a group page the Icon will try to look for the group name Icon (ie Animals.png) so for the NPCs that are fightable we need to use the actual file name. Same for all mobs

Thanks

M3lkor (talk) 08:37, 7 January 2017 (MST)

newlines and PAGENAME

Understandable on the newline. But easily fixable if we swap over to html in the templates. Any weird spaces or returns can cause the table to mess up. But using html directly fixes that.

Also going to be removing all the {{PAGENAME}} on the pages as they are almost all callable templates now and cause weird things to show up as requested files/pages because of that. Which means even if they aren't used the site is still trying to look them up