You said you missed it, and because of wiki problems (the page lenght thing, you might remember) I can't put it here yet. I'll try to make the new page soon, the reason I haven't is because I'm annoyed that I have to make a new one and that I can't edit the old one to add a CE category or the link to the other page :P
OMG my feelings were going up and down when I read it...Dew is paralyzed? Wistep is...I nearly cried when I read it. And you have succeeded in making a wonderful cliffhanger because NOW I WANT TO READ CHAP 11 SO MUCH. GRRRRRRRGH. You have described Lily's POV purrfectly and whoa that's just a pawesome chap. Thumbs up.
1. I'll be there around 8:00~9:30 at night using new york time (I forgot what it's called) (It's basically day-and-night opposite over here. I'm having program class and I sometimes hop on before the teacher arrived. I'll try and chat with you as long as I can)
2. Due to class problems, I may hop on, and off, and on, and off, sorry
3. I'm not sure but if tomorrow is exam day I'd probably be around only at the beginning of 8:00.
4. Sometimes you can catch me on chat on Saturdays or Sundays, but I mostly go there around 9:00~10:00 (night at the US) because I can't wake up :P
5. Anyways, I'll try my hardest to chat with you. I really want to.
ok, thanks! I I'll try my best to be there, but this thursday is thanksgiving and that's 5-6:30 my time so I'm not sure if I'll be avalible ^^ if not I'll probably be on Saturday/Sunday and next Thursday ^^
Alright! Here's a basic gradient and how to do it. It's called a linear gradient, which is different from a radial gradient, which we can get to later.
This is a pink gradient with black text.
There are many variables to consider, but that's a basic gradient. You can change and add things, but that's the basic starting point. This is the code. [div style="background:linear-gradient(to right, #FFB6C1 0%, #FF82AB 100%);color:black;"]This is a pink gradient with black text.[/div] You just have to replace the brackets with greater than/less than signs, like doing italics on the blog. You can change the colours with hex codes, which you can find on a number of websites. To add coding to a page/blogpost, you have to go into source mode and add the code. To add it in a thread message, like this, you have to click that little eye in the corner, where you can add italics and all that fun stuff.
This might have been confusing. :P If you don't understand anything, let me know and I'll try to sort it out!
If it did, this is a radial gradient. This is the code. Replace the brackets with greater than/less than signs, like usual. [div style="background:radial-gradient(#20B2AA 30%, #FFC0CB 90%, #BDFCC9 10%);font-family:Kitten Swash;font-size:18px;"]Text[/div]
EDIT: Yep, it works. The more text you have, the more you can see the difference between radial gradients and linear gradients.
This is Bright Young Things, but there are many other fonts, such as Kitten Slant, Kitten Swash, Infinity, Lato, Indie Flower, and still more.
The code is [span style="font:family:Bright Young Things (or whatever you want your font to be);font-size:24px(or whatever size you want it to be);"]Text blah blah blah[/span] Replace the brackets with greater than/less that signs, like usual.
I figured I'd put this here anyway, since I'm leaving in a minute. :P
Here we go! The code is [div style="background:radial-gradient(#BCD2EE 30%, #FFC0CB 90%) 0 6px;background-size:22px 4px;border:6px outset black; box-shadow:0 4px 6px rgba(5,5,5,0.5), inset 0 4px rgba(250,255,255,0.3), inset 0 10px rgba(255,255,255,0.2), inset 0 10px 20px rgba(255,255,255,0.25), inset 0 -15px 30px rgba(0,0,0,0.3);border-radius:20px;font-family:Comfortaa;font-size:18px;"]Text[/div] Replace the brackets with greater than/less than signs, like usual. Basically, you just mess around with the values and colours and stuff. At least, that's what I do. :P You can get rid of the border, too.
This is what it looks like.
Blah. :P It's striped, but you can do spots and different types of things. ^-^
Hey there, Misty! I'm Willowlight, senior warrior of BlogClan, but call me Wollow. Welcome to the wiki! We've got a lot of cool features that aren't on the blog. For example, we have pages for your fursona or fanfiction, roleplays, 24/7 chat, and much more! Here's what you need to know...
First of all, read the rules before anything. It makes it easier for everyone. If you want to go on chat, you should read the chat rules. There's already a message when you join chat but I want to make this thing longer.
After that, you might want to make a fursona page. These are pages about you, and you can make one here. You might be confused on what to do, and if you are, check here. You can also make a page for your fanfiction, which is kinda self-explanatory.
If your page is not a fursona page or fanfiction, you'll need to watch out for nearby Flos or make it a blog post, which can be anything. Except for notrulefollowing stuff. But yeah. You can make blog posts as trashy as you want, which is proven by my blogs. If you want to make a blog post, go here.
Then there's the roleplay, which can be found here. That roleplay is the "main roleplay," created by Flame, but it's also run by Icy and Embix. There's also smaller roleplays, which, speaking from experience, are less confusing to join in the middle of. You can find those here.