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User talk:Yaten/sandbox

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Bad Guppy! No cookies for you! (Seriously, though, using non-breaking spaces won't work if the user has a non-default font configured.) --Barrister 22:28, 10 August 2005 (PDT)

I actually think it should just be done in the graphic as that would look smoother. The only other option due to the variable width issues would be 4 columns with the middle two defined as being uhm 115 pixels each, but the two outside columns not being width defined. --Guppymomma 22:36, 10 August 2005 (PDT)

The community portal design is obviously based heavily on the Wikipedia community portal, but it's a start. The formatting needs some fixes -- notably, I can't figure out how to get each table 50% of the page width. – Yaten talk 18:39, 12 August 2005 (PDT)

It's pleasant enough, if not quite there yet. One thing I'd like to see is a quick link to the browse by categories section, which I'm finding increasingly useful at this early stage in the wiki's life.--Vurogj 09:55, 2 October 2005 (PDT)

Events/Blockades sections

So in order to make those two pages work better with this new main page design (or is it a community portal?), we should probably employ something like the request for adminship stuff where the content of the tables on those pages are held inside editable templates. That way it can be updated only once, but may be formatted for either the standalone or the main page. Beyond that, I think it's ready enough to implement along with the quick browse design at User:Yaten/sandbox2. User:Yaten/sandbox3 can be examined/debated later after I (or someone else) comes up with good icons for the sections. --Guppymomma 08:25, 29 November 2005 (PST)

Yes, that's what I was thinking when I originally envisioned the page. I can draw up another sandbox page for how I'm thinking is the best to do this, but it would basically involve converting the section edit link to the external template edit link. – Yaten talk 13:40, 29 November 2005 (PST)

Free Familiar Fights

I agree that the borders kind of messify the table. I tried something for the first week, and I don't think it looks quite so irregular. I also gave the rows the silver background of the unused days, which I think hides the irregularities a bit. Thoughts? --AtteSmythe 10:30, 7 August 2006 (PDT)

What about just adding a second small icon, to denote free days, to the right of the drinking/sf/rumble/td icons? Maybe a $ with a red X over it, or something similiar? The "Free!" text simply extends each column too much and will look odd if the free puzzle isn't in the same vertical position for the entire week. --Rixation(t/c) 10:39, 7 August 2006 (PDT)
Icons on the columns. I tried above the day text, below the day text, and at the bottom of the calendar. Not sure where I like it. It's busy at the top, but it's not very noticeable at the bottom. Anyways, back to real work for me. --AtteSmythe 10:49, 7 August 2006 (PDT)
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