Can you go to Muppet Wiki and ask Scarecroe and Oscarfan to complete Sesame Street Episode 847 featuring the Wicked Witch of the West? Can you get them to screen and format that episode which was already screened in Museum of the Moving Image and can you help with the images of Episode 847 in order to format it, please? It's a request!
Hey, I just finished up filling in the missing locations in Loot. There were a lot of blanks in the Sly 3 section and some mistakes as well but that's been resolved. All the info there is right bar one or two minor details that I still need to test in certain episodes. I'm still new so I'm not entirely sure on how things are formatted here but I want to make sure what I've added is consistant with other articles. Would you mind taking a look at it when you get the chance? Thanks.
I'm still new so I'm not entirely sure on how things are formatted here but I want to make sure what I've added is consistant with other articles. Would you mind taking a look at it when you get the chance? Thanks.
To clarify, are you just referring to loot stuff or speaking generally? We do have a style guide that you're welcome to look at if you're wondering how things should be formatted. One minor thing to keep in mind - episode titles are to be placed in double quote marks; it's something we recently decided on (same goes for job titles).
More just in general but that part about episode titles was actually the example I had in mind. Now that I know, I'll go and tidy that up right now. Thanks for referring me to that style guide, that pretty much clears everything up. Sorry for bothering you with this
I moved the links you recently added (the ones that were under "other") to a footer. I think this looks better and makes more sense, seeing as how those links didn't fit into any of the pre-existing headers. Let me know what you think.
I think that looks great, personally. I did the same thing with the Sly 2 navbox, while still keeping the Power-ups, Loot and Jobs in that section, and using a line break to keep them separate. I think that works quite nicely.
I notice you've been adding "file information" tables to various file pages. I think this is a good idea, but we should probably create a template for doing this. That way, we don't have to paste the entire table syntax on every file page.
I've created a template in my sandbox that contains the same fields as the current table, with some aesthetic changes. What do you think? Worth noting is that this template uses a #switch statement for the licensing info, so there won't be any need for separate licensing templates now. Also, because most images on the wiki are authored by Sucker Punch Productions and licensed as "fair use," the template defaults to those values if those parameters are omitted.
Can you ask some of the Ratchet and Clank wiki users to make transcripts of some of the Ratchet and Clank games including Ratchet and Clank 3 Up Your Arsenal? It's a request! Can you do it while the while the other Sly Cooper wiki users work on the Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time script?
Redirects are fine. As for piped links, they're generally not allowed if your simply just trying to capitalize or de-capitalize certain words. In some cases, they are neccessary, such as mentioning guard names and other things.
Since Teenbat is a bureaucrat of the wiki, he'll be able to better explain all of this to you.
Piped links and redirects are both fine, though the former is preferable to the latter. An example of an OK piped link would be something like "[[Goose guard|goose]]", since we tend to drop the word "guard" when referring to guards within articles.
A piped link that can be avoided is "[[Sly Cooper|Sly Cooper's]]", which can just be done with "[[Sly Cooper]]'s." Same with "[[Treasure|Treasures]]" (use "[[Treasure]]s") or if you need to lowercase the first letter, as in "[[Guards|guards]]" (use "[[guards]]").
If piped links can be used to avoid redirects, great. If not, a redirect is OK, but that would be an odd situation. Redirects are mostly used (on this wiki anyway) to help with searching (if I'm looking for the Untitled PSP game, we have several redirects that can help with that search, like "canceled PSP game," "PSP game" and even the British spelled "cancelled PSP game," all of which will bring up "Untitled PSP game" in the search bar, due to the redirects) or correcting links while creating them (if you start linking "canceled PSP game" while editing a page, the suggested link that will pop up is "Untitled PSP game").