On Fandom, advertisements are now becoming a problem, and don't make the experience user-friendly anymore. Corey from Klei has offered us help in migrating to a new platform if needed, and a discussion is now running. I'm gathering the main contributors on the Wiki to participate. Please share your suggestions and opinions in this thread. Thanks!
Thank you for telling me about this. Sadly, I will not be able to communicate much for the next few days. My computer's charger has malfunctioned and my computer is out of power. It will not be until this weekend that I will have the time to purchase a new charger. The only way I can communicate about this is through my Tablet, and it is very difficult to use.
Contact me if you need my help or more input on the situation.
I see. Well, here's something to help: when on a page, scroll all the way down and tap "View full site". This will bring up the desktop site and hopefully ease things a little. The mobile site is currently a nightmare to use.
Edit: nevermind, it seems they changed it. Well, if you're using an Android device, check the "Request desktop site" checkbox. This will yield the same result.
On the subject... I have seen many links (like this: Rabbits) where in a word that links to page. I have minor OCD, and seeing that last letter unlinked gets on my nerves. The source code is dispayed like this: Rabbits when you could select the whole word and have it route to the same page.Sometimes I go over it and replace it with this: rabbits which highlights the whole word (Rabbits). Sometimes I notice people undoing that when I replace it. Is it improper to do it the way that I do it?
Not really, it's just simpler and that's it. Due to the way the site works, linking only a piece of the word still links the whole word, for example, [[Rabbit]]s produces Rabbits, and [[Rabbit|Rabbits]] produces Rabbits - the exact same thing.
We exploit this to not have to make a link and different text to display when linking a plural version of an article's name, because it makes things simpler in the source editor. Other than that, it has no benefits nor harms when not editing the source.
However, the other way around (an article's name is plural, but the text being linked is singular), cannot be done this way. Example: [[Boats|Boat]].
Man, a while ago you were worse than me and now NOW? That is some fast progress right there ( or just compete boredom). Congrats. And also I forgot to thank you on the quote thing so thanks (I dont have DS or DST so I could not úz it).
Oh, thanks very much! But yeah, when I joined the wiki, it was the middle of summer, and I didn't have much to do. And also you're welcome. Ever since I joined, my typing speed and grammar have gotten a lot better, so I am happy to help out on the wiki.
My plan was the EXACT SAME THING! Funny eh? We started edting quotes, We started because we wanted to practise and had nothing to do AND I wanted to help out this community... We are also almost the same age (14).Hell are you michael? Like IRL? Me too! Only thing that stopped me from editing was the fact that I dont have the game... So I cant do testing & stuff and hunting vandals aint my thing.
Well I guess I will buy it... I am not sure money is not a problem but im afraid that I will not like this game however it looks pretty neat from what I have seen. I guess I will buy DST and play with people from this wiki. Yeah
If you are unsure, you can wait for a sale. The autumn sale could save you quite some money. Or, if you'd like to get both DS and DST without paying $30, you can buy both DS and DST as a bundle for just $20.
Or you can just buy one of them now, it's your choice.
And, if you're skeptical about the game, there are tons of people who play it on YouTube, so you can see some gameplay for yourself (If you haven't already).In fact, Mr. KisE plays it on his channel. Also, I reccomend the bundle simply because it is two 15 dollar games for 20 dollars.
Also remember you can refund the game should you not like it if you have played for less than 2 hours (15 in-game days, if you want to keep track of it while in-game), so if you didn't like it, well you gave it a try, you can go ahead and return it to get your money back.
Maybe I'm totally wrong, but the tone of the page seems out of place compared to other articles. Using phrases like "it seems" and lots of adjectives, that which I don't see on most pages. I think the most proper-toned part of the page is the Origin article, and the other parts, especially the first paragraph on the page, feel very diferent to read. Again, sorry if I am wrong, but that is just what I think about that page.
I'm not sure if you've noticed, but your edits broke the format of the Wildbore page (since then has been fixed). If you didn't notice, please check how your edits look with previews before publishing them. If you don't already know, we have a sandbox page for people to be able to test their changes, so that they can see the effects without affecting real article pages, you should use that. Another tool available is being able to revert changes. If you made a mistake, or see a vandalism, you can revert those changes. These tools should make it easier to make sure all the pages look neat.
Thank you for your contribution.
Please Read the Don't Starve Wiki:Rules and Don't Starve Wiki:Manual of Style. You are contributing a good deal, which is great, but you need to follow the wiki style and rules, since otherwise you are creating as much work for others as you accomplish yourself.