Hahahahahahaha! :P That drawing is amazing! (Reminds me of The Itchy & Scratchy Show from The Simpsons. The one where the black cat and mouse are trying to kill each other, and are constantly losing various body parts. When I was a little kid my parents used to make me look away whenever it played. xD )
So you've been editing a lot recently. Adding a lot of categories. And many of them are incorrect. This probably isn't intentional but I'll just let you know, and when they are I will remove them or undo the edit. Please don't add categories because you can or, if you are just mistaken, don't add anything unless you're sure in the future. Thank you for contributing to this wiki, but please check what you're putting to make sure it's actually needed and not just there for the sake of being there.
Examples are adding the "discussion page" category to the discussion pages when we specifically remove fit and yada yada
Okay, I should probably lay down a few rules! First of all, please do not mess with the coding too much. If you do, it will screw up and just look like a bunch of text, instead of a pretty gradient or a tidy little box. Second, anyone can use these templates! I made them, and have included "Made my Daisypaw." into all of them. Please, please, please, do not delete that! That should be it. Into the coding and templates!
Part 1: Borders
A text border is a border only around the text, without a background. Here are some examples:
a. Thick border.b. Double border.c. Regular Border.
There are going to be five main types of these, as well as a few custum ones I have prepared! The main five are:
Custom Borders There are a few of them, and you can mix and match your own. I am going to show dotted rounded, dashed rounded, and shadow rounded. These are the most complex, and will be harder for you to create. When making your own, simply take a look at the coding and tinker with it. For help, ask me!
Part 2: Gradients
Welcome to the section for gradients! I will show you a few gradients, sunset, sunrise, neon and pastel rainbow, and how to pick your own custom colors, as well as make a rounded background without borders and different types of gradients!
Hi there, Fallenpaw! Okay, this is going to be super simple, mostly because it is super simple. There are two different ways to use source mode! They are below this!
ON MESSAGE WALLS
See the line down below when you are typing on a message wall? Click on the options, and select the one on the very far left! See it above? It loos like [ ].
Okay! This is a bit harder, but still easy! So, right above this text there should be a picture that says "Edit profile." There is one of these at the top of every page and your profile, and blog posts. On roleplay board posts this will be at the bottom. Click the triangle, it will display a list of options. Choose Classic Editor, then go to Source mode, which is on a tab on the page! Enter the code, and voila!