If I understand correctly, you want to add a link to a page that will take somebody to the Minecraft Folder section in Getting Started. To do that, I am pretty sure you can use [ [Getting Started#Mincraft Folder] ] (with no spaces in between the brackets).
If you don't mind me asking, can you email me the HTML code that's used in the wiki's homepage Facebook and Twitter modules? I tried to grab it myself but for some reason the Wikia editor doesn't seem to be working. My work email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
As said on that thread, I personally think Brenwwe deserves to be a admin as he has helped out with the wiki quite a lot.
He is also currently ranked 5th on the wiki, if that is of any importance at all.
The only problem right now would be his total edits, but since he has helped out for a long period of time I believe he would not suddently disappear and go inactive without any reason.
Last decision will still be with you, this is just a reccomendation after all.
I've already considered him. I certainly agree that he deserves admin, but I'd like if he would reach about 300 edits before I do. I want to keep a edit requirement before we promote someone. After he reaches 300 edits, I'll be glad to make him an admin.
Hey there, just here to say I'm sorry for suddently going inactive. Computer died on me and I couldn't get online at all, still have lots more to settle though so I can't really help out with the wikia just yet.
Just kinda a report on why I was inactive for nearly an entire month.
Also, editing using the classic editor seems to delete all categories that the article was in... In the source mode for classic editor you can find the [[Category:] part but it apparently does nothing.
Thank you for contacting us with your report. I believe this may have been due to an error in the wiki's Common.js file, which the new visual editor is rather sensitive to (which is something we plan to investigate further). I have made an edit in http://aether.wikia.com/index.php?title=MediaWiki%3ACommon.js&diff=28724&oldid=28545 to try and help fix the issue - I believe it has worked, but it may take a little while for the update to go through.
If the issue persists, I recommend letting the user who edits the wiki's JS know that there are errors to be checked - browser consoles will list them in their logs. The unusual URL is simply how we trigger the new visual editor, by the way.
I hope this helps, and best regards,
George Marbulcanti (Kirkburn)
Wikia Community Support
After checking out your pages, I'm noticing what other people have noticed. You've got JS code in your MediaWiki:Wikia.css page. Try moving it to MediaWiki:Wikia.js, or even MediaWiki:Common.js. As for adding spacing, that's simple. I've done something similar over at the Helmet Heroes Wikia. Allow me to show you some links of how I've set UserTags up. You can set yours up how I've done mine at the Helmet Heroes Wikia, it should work.
As for adding space (aka padding) between the tags, look for the ".tag" CSS setting in MediaWiki:Wikia.css/usertags.css file. You'll need to add that to your CSS, and set up a "margin-right: #px !important;" variable. This adds spacing to the right of each tag. Keep the margin amount small, for example:
margin-right: 7px !important;
You can also use "padding" variables to pad out the space between the tag text, and the edges of the tags, as I've done in my MediaWiki:Wikia.css/usertags.css.
Hopefully I've answered your question about adding spacing between the tags, and given you some ideas as to how to customize the style of the tags (I've done mine with border radius, an outset border and different colors).
Any other CSS-related questions you may have, feel free to reply here, or contact me over on the Helmet Heroes Wikia!
The way you have it right now, any tags with links will have padding to the right, such as your custom Aether Team tags. Tags like the Administrator tag however won't have padding because they aren't linked.
"a.tag" controls tags that have hyperlinks in them. ".tag" controls normal tags, so you want to put the padding in the normal tag section, like I did for you in the code above.