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How to start from zero to include CSS in my page? I cannot find the files of the page. Any recommendation of a CSS online DB?
Can I make a Wikia's wordmark redirect to somewhere outside the wiki? I run a Wikia for an artist, and our wordmark is the logo for his latest release, and wanted it to send a user to the Bandcamp page for this release. Is this possible?
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This wiki is pretty neat. I came across this when I was reading this thread on Community Central. This place is pretty neat. I may consider using this and even helping out here, too.
hi there! I checked out the custom cursor website, and I copied and pasted the exact same code into my wikia's CSS editor, and at first both pointer and cursor was the (one when hovered on links). Now it returned to normal, but I still don't know how to change the image! Help!
/* Custom cursor */
cursor: url() CENTER TOP, auto;
Suppose we want to link to Mediawiki:Wikia.css but we want to link to the version on the user's wiki. The problem is, we don't know the user's wiki's URL. What do we do?
I recently wrote a blog post about infoboxes on Central, and the best way to go about it that I could think of was to say as follows: "Go to Mediawiki:Wikia.css on your wiki[footnotes 1]"
... and then have a footnote...
A number of times, this page refers to pages on your wiki, such as "Template:Infobox on your wiki". I don't know what your wiki is, so I can't directly link to it.
If you're having trouble finding the correct page, just go to <yourwiki>.wikia.com/wiki<page> by typing it in your browser's address bar.