Since this font is not on google fonts, the process is harded. For the one we have, we asked the owner for permission (it's not needed to ask them since it's okay on FANDOM). Then, we upload the font (ttf, otf, woff for compatibility) to be able to put it in css as
For the tabs, it's because .mw-parser-output ol, .mw-parser-output ul and .mw-content-ltr ul, .mw-content-rtl .mw-content-ltr ul were changed on the css, but I can't find them on yours. Also, when I tried to remove it with the Chrome DevTools, it also removed the lists indent.
This space is because of a padding I added here to display the Template:Tabs as a test (we no longer use it). You can remove padding-top: 4px; from
Is there a way to have a wiki background on the sides of the page?
For example, right now on this wiki there's the Orbit 2.0 image on the main part of the page and on the sides of the page there's a red to gray gradient. Is there a way to have an image where the graident is, on the sides? This is for another wiki and I'm just curious if its possible.
Shall we create pages for fan stuff, I think with orbits, they are just importants as LOONA themselves. I mean ZSunder, Oerry_nim, orbitverse, Zero Color, rap no no no... These page would make it easier for Orbit to learn more about the fan community.
I think we should make a page dedicated for memes too: Mom Lip, Chuu's Heart, vs unfortunate events, #IDOL is my number one, hello finally introducing loona *emoji*,... LOONA is getting famous that way.
And another one for inside joke: HaSeul's curse, dururung bbongbbongbbong, rwa rwa r r r, HyunJin's bread and earring, aeong, JinSoul's headbang,.. (this could go on forever so it would be super helpful for new fans.
We have Orbit for official content and LOOΠΔ Wiki:Orbit Guide for the wiki community. I think we can make for them like we did for producersa and categorized as "Notable Orbits". About Memes and inside jokes, I'm not sure how to organize it. Don't you think we can put them in one page instead of two?
So this is going to be kinda confusing(?) Idk its 3am and I just figured this out.
Ok so as you know, on most kpop wikis there's an "album of the month" and a "featured member of the month" on the main page. And there's also a built in code in the wiki that allows a simple strand of text to switch every month (most wikis use it for birthday messages and such) BUT having an image, a section of text, and a button is apparently too confusing for the code, so most wikis resort to doing <option> or changing it manually every month (Like we do here on this wiki, but as you also probably know, we had the same featured member and album for three months because we forgot to change it). BUT I FIGURED IT OUT! The code CAN understand templates, so if you have it switch between templates that contain what you want (say an image, a section of text, and a button) IT WORKS!
So what do you think? Should we try it for this wiki?
I don't think a sandbox and template for each member would be needed. It seems to work if the content is in a table. Also, which month would we use then ? The month of reveal is the same for them sometimes (November and December) or there was even no one (February and August) :/
I was thinking just going in reveal order starting in January, so HeeJin for January, HyunJin for February, HaSeul for March, etc.
Also for the featured music should we do unit releases and member singles or only OT12 stuff?
Since the month isn't important, is it okay to use date number instead? Like giving 2 days in the month for each member (24 days) and for each unit (6 days). So, as a month can last 31 days, one day can feature the group itself.
I have been working on a couple of things in my sandboxes that I wanted to run by you before I implement them
method of showing two-tone text for lyric purposes. you can only do two colors at a time which could potentially be an issue in the future but idk how to change that yet. also an issue is using hex (#xxx) values for colors, right now you can put a hex value but you have to back it up with a named color (eg blue, red, limegreen, etc). again I will work on that but actually you can only use RGB values. right now it IS technically functional, if a bit… shitty and inaccessable to ppl who aren't me. overall even in this state I think it's visually better than our current [A]/[B] method of showing split lines, but I don't want to go in and start replacing everything on articles if other people think it's too ugly/clunky
reorganized pairing table (in debut order; I want to make a tabber with options for debut or age order but I can't get these tables to actually go IN the tabs) with colors for each pairing name. idk how necessary this is but the table is so huge and a little overwhelming I thought adding colors would be helpful for people to find what they're looking for. sacrifices legibility a little bit, mostly bc Jinsoul's blue is always so hard to read (but I've tinkered with the #hex for her and can't find a good alternate color to fix that issue either so…… shrug emoji)
Your first template is interesting but it's quite hard to use for many of us. Adding the members' name in it would be much easier to use. I'm wondering if opposite colors wouldn't harm some eyes (hello green/magenta)
I added a tabber in for your tables. Using lyrics color for pairings is clever (2jin would be more consistant with the split). I'm looking for a way to make it easier to read
I have made progress on the split-color/gradient template but I am having trouble getting the member names to work. just hex codes work for now which is improvement but… idk I am ALMOST there, it's just slightly beyond me. I think I will ask for help on the Community site… idk if anyone can help me tho lol
and yeah some of the color combinations are unpleasant to look at. Heejin/Kim Lip for example. if I figure this template out, maybe we could do a poll or something to see if people like it or if it's too hard to read/ugly? I like the format of two color text better but the readibility of [A]/[B] is superior