Hi, thanks Tupka. Actually, I was curious about something. This is literally the first time I have ever edited a wiki page and I am wondering if perhaps I am just ignorant on the way things work, but I have noticed the Missing Characters link added to the JLA Classified Vol 1 50 page and I have reread this issue and I did not see any other character appearances. Like I said, I am relatively new to wikis themselves, especially editing them, so I am still trying to learn the ropes. I plan on writing a synopsis for this issue as well but concerning the missing characters am I perhaps just overlooking something? Thanks for your help and I am excited to be a part of the database.
I don't know the issue myself, but, if I had to guess, it might just be a coding error. If you already reread the issue and every character seems to be listed, then we can always remove the category.
It will take some time to learn the basics of a wiki (especially if this is your first time). My best advice? Look at a bunch of pages, specifically their coding. It helps to better understand what a page is really made of, even if you don't memorize it. It's just good to know what is expected.
Another thing, when you write the synopsis, make sure you use two "enter" taps (I forget what the technical term is) to separate paragraphs. If you don't, the paragraphs don't separate properly, and the whole article looks messy. Just a friendly tip that I messed up my first time here.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask our Administrators. If you do something wrong, the admins will make sure to correct you. As long as you learn from your mistakes, you'll get the hang of the system pretty easy. Nice to have you on the wiki!
Ok, that makes sense, thanks. Like I said I am new to the whole wiki thing but I think I am getting the hang of what is expected and how to prepare the pages. I have another question though. On the JLA Classified Vol 1 52 page that I just updated Flash goes to St. Louis but it is in the late 64th century. Is there a template or someway of identifying that this is not the present day St. Louis?