I just had a thought about creating a navbox for all of the characters' flashback relations. It would be quite large but I am willing to make it. My vision of it would be the character's name appears at a row beginning and then the flashback character appears alongside it. i.e:
Poussey Washington: Jurgen Mertensakcer Aliyah Jones Franziska Mertensacker
Norma Romano: Kirsa Rain, Silver Tree, Mack Romano
Mei Chang: Sun Zhang, Deng Shi, Ling Fu, Lin Chang
Frieda Berlin: Lloyd Berlin, (the two girls who are rude to her)
Dayanara Diaz: Cesar Velasquez, Claire etc.
It would be quite tricky I understand but I dunno just thought it would organize a bit more
Hi Meyerliane! Yep, currently for some reason the new Discussions module I put on the main page is not resolving properly. This is a bit of pain considering it worked fine in testing on my sandbox! I am currently working on trying to fix it.
May I ask what browser you are using? For me, it refuses to fit into the column using Chrome, but works perfectly in Firefox.
I will also take a look at the Featured Media template while I am at it.
Okay, the module should be all fixed now! It wasn't a problem with Chrome, but with some of the styling I had. I also managed to get the Featured Media template displaying properly. Just as a heads up, I am also going to shift the News module from the right hand column to the main one to even out the layout.
What do you think about changing the permissions of the bulk of pages back to "anyone can edit"? I realise it might lead to higher levels of vandalism, but I think it goes against the spirit of wikia to have them indefinitely protected from new and unregistered users. Do you have strong feelings either way? :)
I've put all pages apart from the main pages, etc as anyone can edit, with the exception of Sophia's, because that page always gets a lot of transphobic crap. I've already had to block and rollback some vandalism from Piper and Larry's page, so keep an eye out - we might have to protect those again if it gets too much...
That's a really good idea, actually. Admin/mod protect or unregistered users protect? The former would give more protection but I know Queen of the Andals and the First Men has been doing some good work on them, so we wouldn't want to stop them doing that (they're not going to add any episode/spoiler info).
What do you think about locking the most traffic pages and allowing anonymous users to comment, and also edit the least traffic pages? I currently have the whole entire wikia protected against anonymous users since the traffic was unbelievable. But let me know!