Matt - WOW. Thanks!!! - gdw But where's the kitchen...? ;)
- Thanks Greg. I'm thinking of doing a similiar treatment on the Castle Wyvern page, in which case I would include the kitchen, the laboratory, the great hall, the dining room, etc. And if anyone can help me find pics of the helipad, kitchen and lab that'd be great. --Matt 7 November 2007
- Don't forget the TV room...
FYI - The laboratory where Coldstone was "born" was once the tower belonging first to the Archmage and later to the Magus.
- Thanks for letting us know that. The bizarre thing about you saying that is after I finished up working on the page last night and was brushing my teeth I was trying to think of other Castle locations and I thought about the "sorceror's room" and decided it didn't have anything to do with the modernization of Castle Wyvern. But then I thought how cool it would be if the magic room had been converted into the laboratory, and I was actually gonna ask you about it cuz I thought the idea was so neat. Anyway, maybe for a brief moment I tapped into the Gargoyles Universe Reality that you can see into. I'll add the information. --Matt 9 November 2007
Um... can I ask why there are giant spaces of more than five lines after each picture? It really doesn't look nice at all. -- Vaevictis Asmadi 14:27, 10 November 2007 (CST)
- They are there so that the text talking about stuff in the picture are next to each other. To not have them there would mean that the text would finish high up in the page and the pictures would continue on. It would look chaotic, disorganized and unprofessional. The way it is looks much cleaner and nice. You saying it doesn't look nice at all is your opinion. I think most people would agree this is much nicer looking than the alternative. I think so. --Matt 10 November 2007
- Each user will see something different depending on screen resolution, which browser they use, etc. On my own computer, all of the gaps appeared to be different sizes below the pictures. For this reason I have swapped out the line breaks and replaced them with
- which clears out the line after the picture before the next section can begin. I hope this is an equitable solution. -- Supermorff 07:42, 11 November 2007 (CST)
- Thanks Supermorff. I was hoping there was a code like that we could use. Vaevictis, sorry if I got irritable. I didn't realize you might be seeing something different. My bad. --Matt 11 November 2007
- What I saw looked sloppy and unprofessional. Each section was headed by a picture and text correctly next to each other below the section heading, but followed by a huge random blank space with NOTHING in it, before the next section started. I still don't understand why you want giant empty spaces in the page, but I'm glad that Supermorff got rid of them. It looked like nobody had bothered to check the page to see what it looked like. And I've seen this exact same thing on two different browsers, and on both Macintosh and IBM computers with different monitors. It wasn't my computer. -- Vaevictis Asmadi 12:25, 11 November 2007 (CST)
- Also, it ought to have been clear after I edited the page multiple times, obviously so I could check the appearance after each edit, that I was being "careful." Your post seemed close to accusing me of a careless hack job. -- Vaevictis Asmadi 12:28, 11 November 2007 (CST)
- Well, spilled milk. I am aware of what the problem was and now we are aware of the solution. It's all cool. --Matt 11 November 2007
- Yup. -- Vaevictis Asmadi 21:23, 11 November 2007 (CST)