There are two major reasons I'm stepping down as bureaucrat and administrator.
I'm fed up with the nonsense from my own side (Seddie). This includes the irrational Nathan Kress hatred propagated by some of the fans. You can read more about that here.
I defended Jennette a while back, and received support for that. Unfortunately, when I tried to defend Nathan, I did not receive the same support.
Frustrated and rejected by my own side, I created a fake twitter account to troll some of these folks, and I trolled them hard. This blog will give you more info.
There's a popular quote by the late 19th century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche: "Take great care when fighting the dragon, lest you become the monster yourself." I became the dragon.
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In wiki code, the hexidecimal system is used to produce colors for text, backgrounds, etc. It is a 16-point system from 0-9, with A-F representing 10-15. 0 is the absence of color, and F is full intensity. A hash tag (#) is used before the six-digit hex triplet. (Ex: #00BA85).
The primary colors in light are red, green, and blue.
The first two characters in the hex triplet represent red. The second two characters, green. The last two, blue. #000000 is black, #FFFFFF is white.
If you want to create yellow, the first two characters (red) would be FF (full intensity), and the second two (green) would also be FF. Blue would be 00 (absent). Yellow is #FFFF00.
For darker colors, lower the saturation. Red-orange is #FF5500, so cut the values in half …Read more >
I just created a couple of navboxes for the wiki.
We need placed on all major and recurring character pages.
You all are also free to create more navboxes for pairings, locations and stuff. Just copy and modify the code from these templates and paste them on to yours.
I would also like to do the same thing on the Victorious Wiki, so all volunteers are welcome! Thanks :)
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If an article appears to be an unconfirmed episode, character, or rumor, type on the page to be split. It gives you this:
I brought this up a while back, but I feel the admin comments should be all one color. I feel all the neat colors convey a message of "we're cooler than you" and we're no more important than registered editors. Wikia staff use one color for their comments for identification only, and maybe we could do that.
I have another suggestion. The file in the bottom of the comments that reads "Admins" could be changed to a more professional font, and if we could link that file to the list of administrators, I think that would be very helpful (we would have to consult EpicFork about that, though).
I'm not asking for a vote, just some discussion about this. What do you think?Read more >