Not sure if this goes to you or not, but when you click on the Episodes tab and mouse over Season 1, there are a few of episodes missing from the list: Murphy's Law, Twilight's Last Gleaming, Day Trip, and I Am Become Death are all missing from the list. Season 2 is also missing the last 6 episodes.
I am no quite sure where you are referring to exactly. However, I believe you are referring to the drop lists for season 1 and season 2 on the navigation bar.
Unfortunately, the navigation bar only allows 10 links per drop down. Because of this, the top 10 highest ranking episodes from Season 1 are displayed. Season 2 we went until mid-season. Eventually, this list will be updated with the top 10 highest ranking episodes from Season 2.
You will also notice under characters, it is the same thing. We only display a max of 9 per drop down and then a link to all the rest of the characters for that category.
Hi, I was directed to you by TotallyTinkerbell with some CSS questions
I was just wondering if you knew what kind of coding is used to get things like (Bureaucrat • Admin) next to someone's name and how to change the design of the section headlines on articles. I'm a bureaucrat on the Grimm Wiki and I have been looking around different wikis trying to figure out how to get these features. Also do you know how to make an "inactive" badge appear on inactive users profiles? I saw I had one and it went away when I edited
You're an admin, then you know I can't just go ahead and say 'sure, admin yo are' without talking to you. There's people on here who have made more edits in the past week then you have all-time. They're up for consideration, and they didn't even ask me to be an admin. That's what I meant with not editing ; not in the way an aspiring admin would edit frequently and with quality not quantity.
Just for the record, being an admin of 10 other wikis isn't an advantage in this conversation. I'm sorry, but you will not be an admin. You can always edit and next time you can apply like all users do, but for this time it's not going to happen.
Hi! I wouldn't want to impose so I thought to ask you first: would you guys like the spaces that appear at the top of pages (above the introductory paragraph, sometimes below or above templates placed at the top) to be removed? An example would be for the Rubicon page. There's a lot of space at the top; this is just unnecessary space pushing down on the page that's caused by templates. We've had similar problems with our templates on other wikis, too, but it's an easy fix. If you're interested, just say the word and I'll just tell you what needs to be removed on the template page and whatnot. :D
THE GHOST IN YOU — Clarke (Eliza Taylor) strikes a deal with Lexa (guest star Alycia Debnam Carey) and Indra (guest star Adina Porter). Abby (Paige Turco) and Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) begin to realize that decision making powers are out of their hands. A seething Raven (Lindsey Morgan) is unable to control her emotions. A bold move threatens to destroy the newly formed alliance between the sky people and the Grounders, and a familiar face haunts Clarke. Meanwhile, back at Mount Weather, Monty (Christopher Larkin) comes up with a risky plan. Isaiah Washington, Bob Morley, Marie Avgeropoulos, Devon Bostick and Ricky Whittle also star. Omar Madha directed the episode written by Dorothy Fortenberry (#209). Original air date 1/21/2014.
That link says a little more about episode 14. It's supposedly really exciting, and says: Will The 100 dish out another shocking demise like Finn's (Thomas McDonell), or will Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Co. bid farewell to a more minor character?
I hope that doesn't mean another character is leaving the show. Since it said "a more minor character" it could be Murphy.
I would mind if they killed off anyone except for Indra and Bellamy.
I'm pretty sure it was Indra who poisoned the Commander, and I like Lexa's character so I'd rather have Indra get killed off rather than Lexa. However, I hope it really wasn't Indra (and it was another Grounder/Sky Person instead) because I did start off liking Indra's character and I don't want her to have to end up dead but Lexa > Indra
As for Bellamy, I just don't like him. I don't like him because for EVERY crime he committed he got a "walk out of jail free card", whereas everyone else had to suffer for their crimes (Abby, Murphy, Finn, etc...)
I agree. I mean, he killed people, however, I understand why he would want them dead. The two people participated in hanging him for a crime he didn't do. In my opinion, it's Bellamy's fault that Connor and Myles had to die. Bellamy was the one too cowardly to stop them, as well as the others, from trying to kill Murphy. But, yeah, Murphy is defiantly earning his redemption. At least Murphy was pardoned of his crimes.
the only time I see it as murphy truly being evil was going to kill jasper simply because he couldn't stand his screaming anymore and trying to kill wells and the little girl charlotte but the other ones were revenge, the exact thing they did to murphy for no good reason IMO.
Well, Murphy only tried to kill Wells because Bellamy encouraged a knife fight between them. Before, Murphy just threatened to kill him. During the knife fight, if Murphy had killed Wells, it would have been self-defense because Wells may have killed him if Clarke didn't step in. Now, Wells could have just been scaring Murphy but I could see him killing him for real if Clarke hadn't stepped in and if Bellamy encouraged the fight further.
Trying to kill Charlotte was evil, though. She was just a little girl and it wasn't really her fault that he got almost killed for a crime he didn't do. It was Clarke's because she accused him publicly, despite her being told not to do that.
^Never said I was going to make a page. I just said who I thought Caspian was going to be. Anyway, I do agree with you about the episode title being odd. What does Rubicon mean, anyway? I don't think skipping all the other episodes is that odd, though. They did state the episode title for 2x09. So, they really only skipped two.
TheOmegaWerewolf wrote: ^Never said I was going to make a page. I just said who I thought Caspian was going to be. Anyway, I do agree with you about the episode title being odd. What does Rubicon mean, anyway? I don't think skipping all the other episodes is that odd, though. They did state the episode title for 2x09. So, they really only skipped two.
Rubicon actually is an old game (i'm talkig 60's) here in the region where I live.
& I know, but i'm just calling it ahead, because there have been a lot of pages made lately
Well, if it's a game then it may symbolize something that happens in the episode. How is it played?
In an episode for another TV show, "The Divine Move" was the title and it was a move a player could make in the game "Go". And "Go" itself played an important part in the episode's plot. So, the game Rubicon may have something to do with the plot.
& I was misstaken. I understood it wrong, it's Rubiks Code, the game :p [I haven't had much sleep today]
But what I do know is that there is an expression 'crossing the rubicon' , which means coming to a point of no return. Now that seems likely. If I recall correctly from my history lessons it was the start of ceasar's civil war
Rubicon: A limit that when passed or exceeded permits no return and typically results in irrevocable commitment.
@TotallyTinkerbell: You're spot on. A stream in N Italy. In ancient times the boundary between Italy and Cisalpine Gaul. By leading his army across it and marching on Rome in 49 bc, Julius Caesar broke the law that a general might not lead an army out of the province to which he was posted and so committed himself to civil war with the senatorial party