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hey Julian, i just made Character Galleries for jason stackhouse. I did everything for it, i puted pictures and so but still not there :(. What shall i do?
Hi, there. I wanted to congratulate you on making #1 on this site. Before you, I held the title for the longest time, but over time I have gradually lost interest because no one is really active on the site. Anyway, thanks for relieving me of #1. ( I'm not being sarcastic. ) Congrats! Cc-7567 lover 23:50, August 9, 2010 (UTC)
Reference Link Conventions Edit
Hi - you've given me advice in the past and I can't really find a general forum or discussion page that would be the place to ask general questions about this particular wiki rather than a particular page in the wiki. My question, is there an established convention for putting a period before or after a reference to an episode link? Ex:
- When Eric comes to Russell's mansion Talbot entertains him by showing Russell's vast collection of antiques, including a crown that belonged to Eric's father ("Trouble"). When the house is damaged a second time in a fight between Bill and some bodyguards, Talbot argues with Russell and storms out to his room.
- When Eric comes to Russell's mansion Talbot entertains him by showing Russell's vast collection of antiques, including a crown that belonged to Eric's father. ("Trouble") When the house is damaged a second time in a fight between Bill and some bodyguards, Talbot argues with Russell and storms out to his room.
I would prefer the period being after the reference since putting it after the period essentially disconnects it from the sentence that relates to it and usually puts the reference in the middle of two seperate thoughts/sentences. If it's standard practice to put the period before the reference, I'll defer to that. But I'd like to know one way or the other since it appears most articles have some refs after the period and some refs before the period and it looks kinda sloppy. A standard across all articles seems like it would be a lot cleaner having it one way or the other. Thanks for all your help. Photo gamer 01:54, August 16, 2010 (UTC)
Re: Reference Link ConventionsEdit
Thanks for the reply. I don't think either way would confuse people, I just think that the reference going before the period looks cleaner and more organized, but I'll defer to you and use your preferred format, putting the reference after the period on my future edits. Thanks again. Photo gamer 17:49, August 16, 2010 (UTC)
Weird white rectangle? Edit
Hey, just wanted to let you know that wikia staff or someone fixed them, but I think it was some kind of glitch with the wiki or the layout (MediaWiki). Ehpacha Talk Contributions 19:27, September 22, 2010 (UTC)