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Site style

452 April 9, 2013 User blog:452

As you can see, or will see as soon as your browser cache updates, I've updated the site style with a little more pizzazz.

I'd like some general feedback, do you like it, was it better the old way, have I completely wasted my time, did you even notice the difference?

If something doesn't look right, please let me know. Here, in the comments section of this blog post.
I've been testing it over the past few weeks and haven't run into any issues personally, but if you're finding something difficult to read, or just think something looks out of place, please leave a comment with your browser version and I'll look into it. (A screenshot of the problem would definitely help me understand and fix any issues you may have.)

Additionally, if you see anything which you think looks a little plain and I've forgotten to style, please let me know, and also feel free to make any additional suggestions of any way you think the general look can be improved

I've also updated the monobook style a little.

If any monobook users would like to further tweak the CSS, you can use your Special:Mypage/common.css to draft something, and I will add it to the site CSS.

If anyone who uses the site with a mobile device notices any problems, you should also let me know.

If anyone using the Game Guides app would like to update the categories or images, I'd be happy to give you access to Special:GameGuidesContent so you can work on it.

For those new to the wiki and wondering what it would look like without the custom stylesheet:

You can click Toggle CSS to toggle the site style on and off. (This change is not permanent and will only affect this page.)

If you would like to try this on other pages, go to Special:MyPage/wikia.js or Special:MyPage/monobook.js and add this:

$("#WikiaMainContent").prepend("<a href='javascript:toggleCSS()'>Toggle CSS</a>");

This will add a "Toggle CSS" link to the top of every page.

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