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2012-10-31 [Kbird]: I'm still confused I just want to know how to put pretty line breaks on my home page.
2012-10-31 [Mortified Penguin]: Other than the standard <hr>? You'll have to pick one out from EG Dividers and add it to wherever it is you're adding it to. If you need help doing that, message me or one of the other people 'round these parts.
2012-10-31 [iippo]: Adding to what Mortified said, you use an img tag to use the EG Dividers. :) And if you are putting them into your house, look at nonimages, using those will not count towards the 10 images you can put in your house.
2012-10-31 [Kbird]: ok thank I,ll just have my brother log in as me and take care of it though! ^.^
2012-11-23 [Thunder Cid]: So got an interesting one for you all. Supposed I want to make a column of text (like with using the box tag) and want to place an image adjacent to the text. How would you go about that without separating the text and making my layout all wonky?
2012-11-23 [SilverFire]: Place the image in another box tag, and make sure there's no space between the closing box tag for the text and the opening box tag for the image?
I assume you're having some sort of problem with a wonky layout :P We could probably offer more specific advice if we can see what the problem is.
2012-11-26 [Thunder Cid]: No more worries I worked it out.
2012-11-27 [Nocturnaliss]: I'm having issues making the flipping work... trying to mirror a pic, can't get it to work. Right now I'm down to using the 'imgv' tag so the pic is at least visible, because adding 'img/' doesn't work. I don't see what I'm doing wrong o.o
2012-11-27 [Hedda]: There was a bug so that GIF and PNG images couldn't be mirrored.
It fixed now, I hope. Thanks for letting us know!
2012-11-27 [Nocturnaliss]: Oh well! It indeed is fixed :D so thank you and you're welcome ^^
2014-02-08 [Mortified Penguin]: Does Elftown have a way to vertically center an image or text?
2014-02-09 [hanhepi]: I don't think it does. I mean, pages can be infinitely long, and it's hard to find the center of an undefined length (as opposed to the width, which is fixed). But I'm shitty at all technology related stuff, and you made me curious, so I'll wait with you for a real answer.
2014-02-09 [Mortified Penguin]: No, there isn't a way to, I did some rummaging and testing. But things would be vertically centered on each line, not for the whole wiki. Like in my badge slot, I was trying to make my chess badges line up properly with the other badges, but it looked like this:
I fixed it in my badge slot by using the sub tag for the ET badges and using the sup tag to raise my chess badge up a little bit, like this:
But that solution wouldn't really work if the images were bigger. :/
2014-02-09 [hanhepi]: There are a couple of badges where the official version (like the pollers badge there) are slightly bigger than the rest. I had to play with the img tag to make it look right(I want to say I used img110 or something) in badge slots. Could doing that to your chess badge make it look like it was centered properly?
2014-02-09 [hanhepi]: Ah, centered on a line vertically. hmm. Is that a feature other websites have? I mean, is it something that can be coded? Line height is pretty set, even though it changes from h1, h2, h3 regular, etc. A way to vertically center regular sized text next to h3 would make things look better in some cases.
2014-02-09 [Mortified Penguin]: It should be fairly easy for [Hedda] to code. At least, I would think it would be. But no, doing that to the badge wouldn't make it look centered properly, because official Elftown badges have a little strip of empty space on the top, bottom, and sides that my badges don't have.
As for the pollers badge, instead of using <img120*0:
2014-02-09 [Mortified Penguin]: But would it really be against the rules to edit my badge slot and add unofficial badges? Technically speaking, there's no general rule against it. Plus, if there are specific rules in relation to editing badge slots for members with priv 89 or lower, I wouldn't technically be subject to them, since I only have priv 90. So, teeeechnically
2014-02-09 [SilverFire]: Han, the pollers badge is the right size, you're just using the wrong form of the badge >___< Every ET badge has a big version for use on the wikis, and a smaller version for use in people's profiles. There is already a x120 version of the badge. You don't need to be resizing the old one all the time. >_<
2014-02-09 [hanhepi]: Silvie: I figured there was one the right size somewhere, but I don't think I ever found it. >.> The one I used wasn't too much bigger, just a tiny bit. Just enough to throw everything out of alignment. And I might have found the right one somewhere and said to myself: "Self, no need to add that properly sized one to a wiki you already gotta have open during this process, you'll remember where it is!"
Morg: I'm pretty sure there's a rule. Might be full of loopholes, but I'm pretty sure it's somewhere. >.> But I'm not a Guard, so ... you know... I could be totally wrong.
2014-02-09 [Mortified Penguin]: Nah, I've spent an entire decade studying and memorizing Elftown's rules to maximize my ability to sass the crew better assist the community and I've never come across any written rule like that.
2014-10-31 [Sagacious Turkey]: I would think the regular sized badge would be "polldonor1.gi