Not a problem! When it comes to guild pages, though, I try and leave them as close as possible to the author's intent, since I recognize having someone come in and tweak your stuff can be a little uncomfortable. I'm mainly just touching up the things that other people have edited.
How are you? Hope all is going well I noticed that your last few messages has been to IP only walls, that is, unregistered users.
May I ask what the thinking behind this is? As you aware most people's IPs are dynamically assigned, so even if the same users does log back it they are unlikley to view the messages on the IP's wall. Unless I missed something?
Actually, no, I didn't realize that they might have had randomized IPs. I'm used to coming from a static IP myself, and those of us who are regular editors have in the past made edits without signing in with the same IP address every time, and a bunch of our anonymous forum people have had the same IP as well. And our bans on the site go towards IPs rather than people, so.... it hadn't occurred to me that someone wouldn't be able to get the messages.
Hey I noticed you had name the quest page Icicle Drake Quake to Icicle Drake Queen. Not sure if you got the boss name mixed up with the quest name, however if you check the code, it still Icicle Drake Quake not Icicle Drake Queen as the quest name.
Let me know if you found it somewhere else incorrect.
Neither had I. It's worth noting that anything with a .js extension can't be edited on the spot, since it has to be approved through external people, but we tend not to touch those pages. Maybe it's worth researching what other pages are restricted like that and keeping a list for the editors.
Probably an Additional Admin Access page, or something equally witty and alliterative, perhaps. But yeah, I can start throwing something together with enough bandwidth. I'd be over on the Fandom page picking up interesting things from them.
There's a bunch of nowiki markers in there -- check Source editing mode rather than Visual to see the code behind the page. I prefer to use Source mode as much as possible, but I'm also old school HTML-trained. :)
I blocked them because of their single post that posted that vandalism -- they didn't have anything else on the site (0 edits on Habitica). Have they said something somewhere else asking as to why they were blocked?
Normally whenever we have someone who makes a single post of gibberish, spam, or other vandalism, that's an instant block. Figured that this was more of the same, but if they're claiming that they left their account unlocked for someone else to abuse, that's a different story.
I -think- I fixed it. When I uploaded the file the first time, it was off of a screenshot and I clicked the Photo button, and it didn't give me a copyright notice prompt (it's been awhile since I've uploaded graphics, so I didn't notice it was missing). Can you see the license information on the file now (it doesn't show up for me on the file description), and am I correct in picking Fair Use?