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  • Hi Ultimate Waterbender, i was wondering if you knew how to create the bluish-grey charts that appear under the official profile picture of a page. For example under an episode's picture it will say its season, its episode number, who directed it, who wrote it and the date the episode aired. I hope to update this wiki, officiate pages and keep it looking nice and keep trollers from vandalizing pages. Thanks!

    -OliverLeekfan

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    • Hi there OliverLeekfan. To add the infobox for the episodes, simply copy and paste this code at the beginning of the article and fill in the appropriate information:

      {{Office episode |Title = |Image = |Season = |Episode = |Code = |Original = |Writer(s) = |Director = |Prev = |Next = }}

      And there you go. =) Good to see that you want to maintain this site. ^^

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    • Alright, thank you! I managed to get the info box but how would i enter information into the info box?

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    • never mind, figured it out!

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    • Alright looks good! Do you know by any chance though how to get the picture to connect to the info box? I notice that most pictures seem to placed inside the info box.

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    • Ah yes; to incorporate the image into the infobox, you would simply type the name of the file into the parameter that says "Image" in the infobox code. It should be displayed properly then. =)

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    • Ah, thanks however the picture thing isn't quite working, rather then the picture appearing just the file name appears.

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    • Hm, yeah, sometimes when you try to add an image to an infobox, the coding comes out weird... It seems, though, that the solution would be to type in [[Image:-insert file name-.-insert file type|-insert the size]]. Most of the infoboxes containing properly-displayed images do have that specific coding. You can try that and if that doesn't work, we can always search for other alternatives. =)

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    • yeah, still not working unforunately. Oh well, one guy somehow did it with the "New Guys" episode so maybe they will do it with the others, i already provided the pictures so i guess all they have to do is add it somehow. Thanks for the help though!

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    • That's odd... It worked for all the other pages. O_o You can always play around with the coding, if you want, maybe remove the brackets, type in "File:" instead of "Image:", etc. Sometimes you end up finding the right coding that way. But ah, sorry that didn't work out... Heh, hopefully the solution will come up soon.

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    • Yeah, thank you though. Also do you know the link to create info boxes for characters? Need to get "New Jim" and "New Dwight" updated.

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    • This is the code for it, although it should be simplified, really, because the way it is now is very complex. On another wiki I go on, it's a whole lot easier. But anyway, here it is:

      {| cellspacing="5" class="infobox" ! colspan="2" style="text-align: center; font-size: 125%; font-weight: bold; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(222, 222, 226); color: rgb(0, 0, 0);"| |- | colspan="2" style="text-align: center;"| |- ! scope="row" style="text-align: left;"|First appearance | style=""| |- ! scope="row" style="text-align: left;"|Created by | style=""| |- ! scope="row" style="text-align: left;"|Portrayed by | style=""| |- ! colspan="2" style="text-align: center; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(222, 222, 226); color: rgb(0, 0, 0);"|Information |- ! scope="row" style="text-align: left;"|Gender | style=""| |- ! scope="row" style="text-align: left;"|Occupation | style=""| |}

      So yeah, as you can see, it's pretty much a cluttered mess. That should be fixed, although how I'm not sure... If you have difficulty with where to put the info, let me know and I'll try to help.

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    • Yeah, that is pretty cluttered. Unfortunately it did not work, rather then come out as an info box it came out as the cluttered mess.

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    • Ah, you know, probably because there needs to be spacing in between the different parameters. When I copy and pasted that code, I tried to add the necessary spaces in between each of the parameters, but it never worked. So that's why it probably comes out a mess, because spaces needed to be added... I can try and fix that, though.

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