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Since I guess (and it seems that) the new styles are spread over the whole wiki, I really cant and wont imagine to adapt all this one-by-one manually; and even less under the still very annoying login problems. Cee (talk) , 3 February 2013 (UTC) I'm still chasing people to get those *very* annoying issues resolved. You've been a huge help on this site, so I hope you'll come back when it's all resolved. Transformed the new table structure to de* today and it seems that most of the new templates etc again are not accessable cross-language (noticed with the new 'header' template, which first worked not at all, and then (copied) did not get the background colour).Iamacyborg (talk) , 3 February 2013 (UTC) Now for the details: (Of course,) the change only affects the general style of the site (the look), and not the coded formatting, like the header template. Cee (talk) , 4 February 2013 (UTC) Yep, the change was a CSS skin only, there was no change to the underlying HTML structure of the website itself.

--Splinturr (talk) , 4 February 2013 (UTC) The category system in wiki software doesn't actually work in the way you are thinking.

There are ways to use wiki templates to store data which can then be output in various ways by formatting templates, but it's quite complicated and requires careful planning.

For now, we should just focus on putting up all the static information we can since the wiki is far from complete.

This can be done in one of two ways, either changing Mediawiki: or actually changing the files that are in the /skins folder.

Iamacyborg (talk) , 4 February 2013 (UTC) I've been working on a template for the Quest Rewards (Template: Quest Rewards Row and Template: Quest Rewards Top.

They work as intended, from your page you can call upon the template with a variable and you get the table row on your page, but all the information is currently implemented in the template.I was thinking about using wiki categories to make it automatically generate the info like a database, but I'm not sure if that could work. (50 points)The textarea shown to the left is named ta in a form named f1.It contains the top 10,000 passwords in order of frequency of use -- each followed by a comma (except the last one).When the "Execute p1" button is clicked the javascript function p1 is executed.This function: add one to the value of cnumb for the length of the password (e.g., if the password is 7 bytes long AND contains only digits, add 1 to cnumb[7])(Hint: if is NAN(password string) is true, the password contains at least one byte that is NOT a digit; if false the password is composed of digits only).