Excuse me, I noticed you have done the most edits to Layton's Mystery Journey: Real World Puzzle Solving and I have a question. I got to the last question and I think I know the answer but for some reason there is no box to put in the answer. What do I do?
The Final Puzzle does not have a word as an answer like all the other puzzles do.
You probably found the word on the question page (the one with 7 letters).
If you connect those letters on the map of the puzzle list, you can imagine the shape that this would make.
The final step is to find that shape somewhere on the layton.world site (not on the map itself, nor on the puzzle X page) and click it 30 times.
On your Variables module, you use the source tag to display Lua highlighting. It also has a box around it, displaying it much like it would on a normal page in the Module namespace. Despite snooping aroung in your CSS, I wasn't able to find the rules that causes it to look like it does. If you don't mind, could you either provide them here or point me towards the file that contains them?
While I like the background image (a lot) I think that the part of the wiki that the content goes on could do with being changed. I was thinking a semi-transparent white like in the [Layton wiki ]. Also, the spoiler alert image should be modified along with it to help the place look a little tidier.
De reden dat ik vroeg het via e-mail te doen is omdat ik de wiki niet wilde vervuilen met off-topic onderwerpen zoals deze.
Ik wilde inderdaad in contact komen vanwege mogelijk werk. Ik werk bij een klein bedrijfje wat op-maat-gemaakte wiki's maakt voor bedrijven. Omdat we hard aan het groeien zijn hebben momenteel meer mensen nodig die verstand hebben van wiki's en mee willen werken aan projecten. Als je ooit alsnog nog in contact wil komen kan je ons altijd nog bereiken via het bovenstaande e-mail adres!
You can have a look at our infobox template and see if it has the things you want. In that case you can just copy that one to the Italian wiki. If not, then tell me the features you need and I will write the Module for you.
If you plan on changing the style of your wiki (colors, background, etc), I suggest doing that first though. Then we can change the infobox colors to match the wiki. Currently your wiki uses the colors and an old background from our wiki. You are free to keep using those, but you can also give your wiki a more unique style. For example, the German, Spanish and French wikis have their own styles.
I wanted change something about design, I was searching for some wallpaper (by the way, can you tell me what are the dimension of the wallpaper?) and for some colours, too. But, at the moment, I have not any good idea...
The background image needs to be fairly large so it won't be stretched too much. For example ours is 1920 by 1080 px (fullHD), but it is re-sized. You probably won't find any images with that size. Something like this should be fine (I just searched google for "professor layton artwork"). As for the colors, you will probably want to match them to the image you choose (like with the above you can go blue/green).
Alternatively you can use a background that splits like the German wiki has.
Thank you. At the end I didn't find nothing so I used the image you show me. For the colors I am choosing, but I have only a question (for now): How can I change the color of the page where there is the text?
Yeah, I know. People from the Layton fandom don't seem to be very interested in maintaining wikis regardless. And for puzzle solutions they probably go elsewhere.
And of course, the series has basically ended now, so...
If you can find a way to get more people active here then feel free to.
Hi, as I've borrowed some of your code on this Wiki (e.g., Module:Navbox) for my own Wiki I thought I'd ask if you know how the sidebar drop-down menus in monobook (e.g., scrolling over 'Characters' under Navigation shows a drop-down menu showing "Curious Village", "Diabolical Box", "Unwound Future", etc.) on this Wiki were created, as I'd love to add something similar to my own Wiki.
Puzzle pages are "tagged" with the Game Code and number of the puzzle. It's used to quickly identify a puzzle with a unique code. You can also link to a puzzle with the code (eg. UF025). It's also for SEO (Improves search ranking in Google etc)