I've noticed an issue lately. The infoboxes on my articles (and not just mine, but others' as well) sometimes expand into the text of the introduction. It doesn't seem to be all the infoboxes; for example, the Sith character infoboxes used here and here extend into the text, as does the Criminal infobox here and the Character infobox here. However, the planet infobox (e.g. here) and my own Centurion infobox (e.g. here), among others, don't. On my screen, not only do they extend into the text, but they also extend beyond the "Source" tab at the bottom of the infobox; the "Source" tab is sized appropriately, and everything else extends too far left.
Does it appear this way on your screen? Do you have any idea how to fix this? I glanced at the coding for some of the infoboxes; nothing appeared off, but I admit it wasn't a truly thorough examination.
Hey you two. I'm going to interject a couple of things here. First of all, let's just take a minute to look at the Star Wars Fanon: Participation Guidelines. Let's try and work a little harder at assuming good faith, being civil, and not participating in edit wars. Neither one of you is out to get the other, and comments like "don't play with me" and "is that so hard to grasp" are both clearly aggressive and not working to defuse the situation.
Now, personally, I agree with Firedance. The page is meant to be a list of the various fanon CIS groups. You can absolutely make your own CIS page where they are the clear heroes of the Clone Wars, but that doesn't belong on the disambiguation page. In Goodwood's original summary, they are described as the antagonists of the Clone Wars. Antagonist is defined by Google as "a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or something; an adversary." Using that definition, the CIS is certainly the antagonist of the Clone Wars. Does that make them 100% evil, no. That said, calling them heroes is a huge stretch for me.
But that's my opinion. I'm willing to wait for Brandon's opinion also, to give you guys another outside opinion. Either way, in the future let's try to deal with these situations more calmly.
Yes, I agree with Savage and Firedance. I've reverted the change. This is a simple disambiguation page meant to link to other CIS pages, and the fact that this issue happened is very petty.
Vulture Droid, as Savage said, you are welcome to create your own CIS pages that say they were the good guys. That's definitely not canon (there were good people in the CIS but the organization, as a Sith front, was rotten) but you are welcome to create your own version of the story with that bent. That's an interesting bent as well - I would have liked to have seen more of the good people of the CIS, like Mina Bonteri, in canon. I hope Star Wars Rebels shows that one of the rebel cells out there is made up of former Separatist idealists who would be in a position to say "See? Told you so."
Additionally, this is the second time you've had to be warned about edit warring. If it happens again, you will be blocked in accordance with our guidelines. No one wants that to happen, so please don't continue to edit war. Thanks.
Well, I've read the rules and I know what planets and species are not allowed, (I think you should add original Yuuzhan'tar to non-allowed planets; it was destroyed during the Cremlevian war.) I also read about factions and all, although I'm not sure I understand how that works. That, and I'm not entirely sure how to start with a character.
The entire site is one big timeline. So the whole thing is set in the same era, with one continuity. So the main factions stay the same. The only time the factions change is if we change eras, which happens every few years.
My bad, I was under the impression that RPs are cleared every year. But I'll consider joining, it seems interesting. How does the actual Roleplaying happen, though? Are we to create a page for that? That's what I gathered from what I read, atleast.