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(Created page with "<span style="background-color:#c0c0c0;border:3px Ridge#2F4F4F;-webkit-border-radius:2em 1em 1em 0em;">[[User:1337rng3r|<span style="color:#4682B4;font-family:Trebuchet MS">'''Den…")
 
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<span style="background-color:#c0c0c0;border:3px Ridge#2F4F4F;-webkit-border-radius:2em 1em 1em 0em;">[[User:1337rng3r|<span style="color:#4682B4;font-family:Trebuchet MS">'''Denko'''</span>]]|[[User talk:1337rng3r|<span style="color:#008080">Talk</span>]]</span>
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First, you need to get a code "BEGGINING OF CODE"<span style="background-color:blue; border:4px ridge gray;">[[User:Example|Example]]</span>"END OF CODE", then you open source editing, and you start customizing it, as a walkthrough, you can see the picture below:
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http://img80.imageshack.us/img80/1378/step1ah.png
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There, that should explain it, to edit your colours, go straight to www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Colors#X11_color_names!
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Scroll abit down, you should see a table, to each colour its "hex" code, e.g:Hex code of the colour MediumSeaGreen is "3C B3 71", you should write it as "3cb371" in the back ground colour, as following code...
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<span style="background-color:#3cb371; border:4px ridge gray;">[[User:Example|Example]]</span>
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So now, we changed background from html code blue to code #3cb371! Now try clicking the source button to get you to regular editing, and you will see the changes! Pretty cool eh?
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Now to add your colours of the outline, change "gray" to lime:00ff00.
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<span style="background-color:#3cb371; border:4px ridge#00ff00;">[[User:Example|Example]]</span>
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Seems we're doing good, now to make it to your username, and change the colour and font of the words.
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<span style="background-color:#3cb371; border:4px ridge#00ff00;">[[User:Example|<span style="color:#ff00ff;font-family:Comic Sans MS">'''Myname'''</span>]]</span>
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I changed [[User:Example|Example]], to [[User:Example|<span style="color:#ff00ff:font-family:Comic Sans MS">'''Myname'''</span>]]! Pretty cool, eh?
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The same goes to the talk page, just do it like that!
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Last and final step of customizing, putting images, you have to only put images from the wikia if you want it to be simple for you, like so, I will put an image of an [[Alpine]]!
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<span style="background-color:#3cb371; border:4px ridge#00ff00;">[[User:Example|<span style="color:#ff00ff;font-family:Comic Sans MS">'''Myname'''</span>]][[File:P220.png|30px]]</span>
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Simply adding the image's link right after your username allows it to be in the signature box! I added [[File:P220.png|30px]] to that, the "|30px]]" you may ask, is how I resize it! So making it "|50px]]" makes it 50 pixels in size, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to resize it, as making it huge will disturb talk pages and blogs, and we don't need that.
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So in this walkthrough you learned how to change "<span style="background-color:blue; border:4px ridge gray;">[[User:Example|Example]]</span> to <span style="background-color:#3cb371; border:4px ridge#00ff00;">[[User:Example|<span style="color:#ff00ff;font-family:Comic Sans MS">'''Myname'''</span>]][[File:P220.png|30px]]</span>! Pretty good job, eh?
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Now to make your own, just customize it to your likeing in your userpage, make the area where you customize and save your signature in [[User:YOURUSERNAME/Signature]], and customize it to your likeing! Then Save it.
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Now one more step is left, and that is to enable your signature (note:this will work on all wikias, if you enable this signature on your userpage)! What you could do is, open your preferences, go to the signature area, enable custom signature, and put {{SUBST:User:USERNAME/Signature}}, rename USERNAME with your real username with case sensitive. And that is that! You have a signature.

Revision as of 12:52, November 29, 2010

First, you need to get a code "BEGGINING OF CODE"Example"END OF CODE", then you open source editing, and you start customizing it, as a walkthrough, you can see the picture below:

http://img80.imageshack.us/img80/1378/step1ah.png

There, that should explain it, to edit your colours, go straight to www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Colors#X11_color_names! Scroll abit down, you should see a table, to each colour its "hex" code, e.g:Hex code of the colour MediumSeaGreen is "3C B3 71", you should write it as "3cb371" in the back ground colour, as following code...

Example

So now, we changed background from html code blue to code #3cb371! Now try clicking the source button to get you to regular editing, and you will see the changes! Pretty cool eh?

Now to add your colours of the outline, change "gray" to lime:00ff00.

Example

Seems we're doing good, now to make it to your username, and change the colour and font of the words.

Myname

I changed Example, to Myname! Pretty cool, eh?

The same goes to the talk page, just do it like that!

Last and final step of customizing, putting images, you have to only put images from the wikia if you want it to be simple for you, like so, I will put an image of an Alpine!

MynameP220

Simply adding the image's link right after your username allows it to be in the signature box! I added P220 to that, the "|30px]]" you may ask, is how I resize it! So making it "|50px]]" makes it 50 pixels in size, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to resize it, as making it huge will disturb talk pages and blogs, and we don't need that.

So in this walkthrough you learned how to change "Example to MynameP220! Pretty good job, eh?

Now to make your own, just customize it to your likeing in your userpage, make the area where you customize and save your signature in User:YOURUSERNAME/Signature, and customize it to your likeing! Then Save it.

Now one more step is left, and that is to enable your signature (note:this will work on all wikias, if you enable this signature on your userpage)! What you could do is, open your preferences, go to the signature area, enable custom signature, and put {{SUBST:User:USERNAME/Signature}}, rename USERNAME with your real username with case sensitive. And that is that! You have a signature.

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