Up to you on that; it could be more confusing (after all, even on the High Sea Saga ranges a bunch of people found it confusing what it meant when only middle ones were highlighted). But once you understand the system, it could potentially simplify it so it could be helpful. Let me know if you want a specific color if you do it. (Also, I might create a separate LUA script / template to make it easier, since it's already done in 2 places).
It was mostly just bugging me that the picture was making the top row as tall as the bottom 3. (especially since mobile does weird, dumb things with image padding / sizes).
Hmmm, without the #/Pic header cells, could could (if you want; I'm not sure if it's worth bothering or even a good idea) move the pic to the same level as "name" and let the blue title extend across the top again.
I personally like the later; It keeps the name of the place in focus, and uses the large amount of white space on the right two columns. It also prevents any possible confusion with the "Availability" cell lining up with the name column.
But the former keeps the content cell below the "availability" header cell (which is what I figure most people expect).
So either is good (but my preference is the later).
Meh, your english is fine =p I actually had to double check that the plural had an "s" before I mentioned it; It seems like one of those words that could be plural without it (depending on how you pronounce it =p).
Another random topic from me (so the usual =p): Since you don't seem to mind editing tables in source mode, feel free to add ids (id="") to a table row (especially a numbered one). then if you link to the page from any other page, you can just add "#[num]" to it.
I'm not 100% sure how other mediawikis handle this, but Wikia dis-ables all inline styles, as certain things could break the mobile skin / be unreadable (a "floated" container, some set at 1000px width, etc). Only other html attributes are left, like class or id.
By default Wikia doesn't even support custom CSS styling in mobile even for classes. However, there are some ways to "hack" in mobile support (such as is done with the front page and css classes). One of the hacks is to load MediaWiki:Handheld.css on mobile (while it's not loaded on Wikia wikis without a "hack", it's the official page loaded on normal wikis, so most wikis use that page encase they enable it at a later date without hacks). A list of colors is at the bottom (those colors are intended for the colored boxes on High Sea Sage / Beastie Bay, but most likely won't change.
I suspect Wikia doesn't officially offer mobile CSS styling in handheld.css because they want to promote their mobile apps, and they don't support CSS (I'd strongly assume).
Edit:So the span shows up, just without and inline styles (this is "important" as things like div will still act like "block"s and not "inline-block"s;).
Since we know it means negative now, we should also include a "-" sign (as a fallback for wikia apps). We can also have it only show up on Wikia apps if you'd prefer using the classes "mobile-hide" and "desktop-hide" on the "-".
Do you use mobile at all? I try to make sure everything - at the least - doesn't break horribly in mobile, but sometimes there's things that really should have better mobile support; so I'm curious if you've noticed any.
I just re-worked the ManualBox template, so now it should load a minuscule amount faster on desktop, and also will now work on mobile, which is why it's on my mind.
@FlameyCool: True, but couldn't think of what it "added".
@Bomee: We could probably do the "release date" version like how the update version is currently done.
Alright, I guess I'll leave the update stuff in.
TL;DR: Adding Japanese names, and an "external links" section to each page; thoughts on this / anything else that should be changed on each page (adding a new section, removing a section, etc)?
After reworking the Untranslated games page and adding a whole ton of pages, I've been planning on updating the infobox for the normal games to include Japanese-only mobile release dates, and also include the Japanese names / romanji / literal translations (either in the infobox, or in the article like Wikipedia does (although probably more like how the Harvest Moon Wiki does it, with the "lit" included).
So if anyone has any suggestions on things that should be changed in the infobox / main page, let me know, since it becomes more of a chore every single time since they have so many games, and I'd prefer to get it all done at one.
I'm also thinking of adding links to the app store/android market; I was considering adding it to the template like the untranslated games one does, but I am now thinking I'll instead add an "external links" section below the trivia section, linking to the app stores, as well as the game's page on kairosoft.net (and maybe the Japanese wiki). This adds the "risk" of vandals changing the links location to something devious, but many wikis seem to have an "external links" section, so it's probably fine. If you can think of any other links that should possibly go there for each game, feel free to mention it.
Hey, so I've noticed you have an "Unknown Games" section on your user page; I'm not sure if those are one's you've played, or something else. Anyways, I recently revamped the Untranslated games page giving each game a page (some, including the ones listed, had a page before, but now the "missing" ones do as well, and the page format is more similar to normal game pages), so if you have any info on these, feel free to add it!