I haven't made a decision yet, but I'm wondering if Ex-spouses should be entered as former love interests and not relatives.
Genetically speaking, a wife or husband is not a biological relation, as they share no DNA.
Are there enough to warrant a Category? Typically my stance is Cats with less than 3-4 items do not need to exist. Along with Default Cats like Sons, Daughters, Humans, Living Characters, etc. Something like "Humans" might have relevance in MLP where the POV and (most) every character is non-human; and not even relevant to Star Wars, where again Human should be the default and anyone not-human should be labeled… but I'm digressing.
Are there enough ex-spouses in the franchise where they need their own Cat?
Also, remember *Sharon* is the Core Viewpoint Character. While her father may be Helen's Ex, he is still related/family to Sharon. And likely she will have the same viewpoint of any of her friends who have divorced parent: her friends' family.
I would say yes. I have(had) an Ex, and as none of us was involved with witness protection or pretending the other did not exist, there is no real way to excise them from your life or that of the children. Even dead, they are still a part of our lives.
I'm actually somewhat amused by Sharon's non-standard living arrangement.
Technically speaking, she has 2 mothers (Helen, Lauren), 1 father (Richard), 3 brothers (Adam, Josh, Griffin) and 2 sisters (Lara and Sara).
And half of those ties aren't biological.
I'm not sure if she counts David as a second father, as she doesn't seem that close to him, it's more an attitude of tolerance then acceptance.
What about in-laws?
Judy would have been his sister-in-law, but not sure if that still counts after a divorce.
I'll use the code from this page to construct the seperate galleries.
There are a couple of images I am uncertain if they are actually screenshots, they're near the end of the page with this text: is this a screenshot or a publicity image?
Can you please confirm if these are screenshots or not?
Some guidelines should be established for users who upload images to these galleries, they should be unedited screenshots, no cropping, no photomanipulation etc.
Exceptions can be made for panning images, which need to be stitched together as they do not fit on one screen.
Here is an example of one:
And here is an example of an image we should not accept:
What that image is for, I have no idea.
I'm sorry. I saw this the other week but an emergency happened and I forgot to get back.
Yes, Images should be Screencapped or Official Artwork based. By based, I mean like your multi-cells and pan-stitches. And I have no idea which those questioned pics fall under. For now, without a TV-watermark, let's consider it "official". I think once and if someone uploads caps from DVDS we will make a Category:DVD capped to apply to pages/galleries which use them.
We could entertain the idea of a Fan Art Gallery so long as there is some measure of quality standards. Definitely that recolor is… just… no.
I wasn't going to add the multicells to the galleries, as I made those for a specific page.
If it's an official promo image, I'm going to leave it out too.
DVD caps I'd accept as long as I knew they were unedited.
As regards Fan material, I'm okay with this site having those uploads.
One of the things I resent with wikis is some admins are psychotic about only having canon info, to the point of not even allowing you to state opinions or make comments about fan based material, even when it's really really obvious.
So because of that opinion, I wouldn't mind if we allowed users to post fan based material, as long as they don't try to mix it into the canon sections.
And I've seen that happen in a few places here, but hopefully I've removed all those by now!
There would have to be limits though, I don't know what wiki's policies are, but as a general rule, keep any submissions G rated, so we don't get complaints for "inappropriate material".
Just realized, that's an Australian rating classification, it means suitable for all ages.
Same for American markets. Of course anything submitted must be suitable for this wiki's topic's target demographic.
As I said, I have no problems with Official Art.
I'd like to keep the *main articles* about canon. There are forums and blogs and other user pages which within wikia-reason fans may discuss away to their hearts' content. Even Talk pages are good for discussing non-canon concepts.
Actually, it refers to any Person, Place, Thing, or Event which has been mentioned but not seen. It is currently Sub to Characters and Locations. I did not Sub it to others as "thing" and "event" have not yet been defined, and may not be by titled that way.
You're doing a great job. Missed you the past few days. Hope you're feeling well.
I am just taking a break before I start up my next big project, the episode galleries.
The Living Braces page is as complete as I can make it.
As I was unable to obtain some specific episodes, I'm uncertain if the page is fully complete.
When this eventually gets released to my country's itunes:
I'll be able to finish the job properly, as the missing episodes are part of this volume.
That'll will be a long term solution, as we don't even have Volume 1 available here.
Could be a few years though, I'm not sure how our country decides on what iTunes content to provide.
It's funny, I would have thought the older shows would be released sooner.
I suppose it could be that they're picking them by popularity and according to whoever/whatever defines that, Braceface isn't on the top of list.
Since nobody has really gone to the effort of screencapping episodes, pretty much all of them require screenshots.
I've earmarked this for a future project once I've finished the Living Braces guide.
But sometimes I will insert images if I feel like it.
Is there a threshold to decide when an episode page has enough screenshots? I assume 1 or 2 means it needs more, but how many more? I am asking because I want to know at what point should I feel free to remove the "Need Images" tag.
Just looking for some clarification, as I'm uncertain if the change you made is a valid statement.
"Out of all Alden's sisters, Violet appears to interact with him the most".
I used the term appearances because her interaction with him is minimal at best. From memory, she's only had one scene with him in The Secret. She's been seen with Sharon, Maria and occassionally Daisy more often then with Alden.
Of course, some episodes are missing from my collection, so I can't say if Violet appeared in them or not.
Check both pages to see the solution. BTW, realize that "arriving links" to anchors near the bottom of the page will of course not be at the upper margin of the page as the page's bottom margin prevents that.
Oh, and span-id "labels" cannot have spaces in them, must use underscores.
I am confused by one thing however. Whenever I enter Source mode to inspect the code for the links on Living Braces, the modifications you made aren't visible. Not sure why that is happening. I hope it doesn't erase the code when I add the next incident.
I'll try this trick for myself sometime if I need to create another reference link. Not sure when that might be though, for some reasons, cartoons rarely refer back to something that happened in a prior episode. And the odds of that being about the braces are probably even lower.
Hum… the code is there, *I* can see it… but then, I know what I'm looking for. It is the first code in each cell.
Oh! Do you mean you don't see anything between the > </ …?? There is nothing there. While you *can* place text in there to anchor to that text, with no text makes it an invisible anchor-point. I've never tried it, but theoretically you can wrap the anchor code around an image file.