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I thought it would be nice to get to know each other a little better by sharing a little info. This is just for fun :)
- First name
- Location (just the city/province and country)
I'll go first
- St. Louis area, United States
There has been a rash of users creating new episode pages based solely on info from IMDb and Tumblr. There's a couple problems with this.
IMDb is not a reliable source, because it is largely user-generated content, without any fact-checking.
Facebook and Tumblr posts from minor guest stars are very unreliable. Only official social networking sites (i.e. DanWarp, Victorious, and the cast) are considered reliable.
I know new info about new episodes is exciting, especially if you're an avid shipper. But Ciria and I have decided that if we're going to have guidelines and policies, they need to be enforced.
Also, character birthdays need to be deleted from articles – the only confirmed character birthday is Jade West.Read more >
I think she looks much healthier in the first photo. But, then again, I'm partial to curvy females. ;)
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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've noticed that characters have birthdays in their infoboxes. Everything must be referenced with a source from theslap.com, Dan's blog, or Nick, or it will be deleted. If you want to cite something from an episode:
Example:Birthday: May 5, 1994
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