Yuumi'sFinal Chapter has some important missing information. It states she recoils X units, which is clearly not researched yet. Could you add that single piece of info? It seems like no one is willing to do it because they might've forgotten about it.
Just a quick question. I wanna get this sorted out before I finish listing types on all of the champions, so far I've gotten up to Riven. I started alphabetically. At the end I'll go back and recheck all of my edits to make sure I didn't mess up.
We did have a list of "misclassified on-hit effects" at one point, although I can't find where it is now. (I should clarfiy that I deleted it from its original article, but I was certain that I placed it somewhere else... I must be going senile).
This is the list of "spell damage" on-hit effects, although it may be out-dated for new champions:
I'm an admin on another wiki, I have implemented some basic tooltips (with tooltip.js) and templates on my wiki and they work fine on links so far. I was wondering, how do you trigger tooltips on images on this wiki, like the one on the champion roster? If you have some spare time would it be possible to ask for a small example if it's not too much work?
The image is inside a span-element with the appropriate class required to produce the template. In the case of our champion-tooltip, any element with the 'class' "champion-icon" will produce the champion tooltip. As all our information is stored in data templates, the only paramater required is the champion's name (e.g. data-champion="Bard") - without this you'd just get an empty tooltip.
<span class="champion-icon" data-champion="Bard">[[File:BardSquare.png|80px|link=Bard]]</span>
I want to install Template:Champion_roster on my wiki,What modules or templates should I install on the website?I have some programming experience, but in the face of such a complicated module structure, I am speechless.
Hey! You probably don't remember me but I had a question about the Champion info template from a while back! I'm writing because I noticed that even in mobile, the champion pages load very well despite having these complex templates on them. I was wondering if you could help me understand how you were able to get them to render so nicely on mobile! Are there rules about tables or something that I should be following? Thanks in advance!
Tables are rendered the same on both mobile and desktop, for the most part - all you need to do is design it to be portrait-friendly (e.g. two columns, usually). The mobile draws the tables from top-to-bottom as they appear in the code, irrelevant to their position on the page - so the only thing you can really do is make sure everything's in the right order (which we didn't, to be honest, we have ratings, picture, stats and then the champion's name... but, c'est la vie).