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I'm not sure if it's possible, but feel free to move that article to something like "User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" and then just add "@import User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" - I don't mind burdening the responsibility for maintaining it when new champs come out (saves you the effort; also, any mod would be able to edit it without having access to the rest of the css).
 
I'm not sure if it's possible, but feel free to move that article to something like "User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" and then just add "@import User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" - I don't mind burdening the responsibility for maintaining it when new champs come out (saves you the effort; also, any mod would be able to edit it without having access to the rest of the css).
   
Overall, Javascript would probably be more elegant... especially if you can stick it in a template like {{background|image=Kog'Maw Monarch}} so users can implement backgrounds wherever they please.<ac_metadata title="Champion Backgrounds"> </ac_metadata>
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Overall, Javascript would probably be more elegant... especially if you can stick it in a template like <pre>{{background|image=Kog'Maw Monarch}}</pre> so users can implement backgrounds wherever they please.<ac_metadata title="Champion Backgrounds"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 03:31, April 3, 2014

Creating a godsheet may not be the most elegant solution, but here's the CSS for the background images: User:Emptylord/common.css. (It have it implemented here.)

I'm not sure if it's possible, but feel free to move that article to something like "User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" and then just add "@import User:Emptylord/backdrop.css" - I don't mind burdening the responsibility for maintaining it when new champs come out (saves you the effort; also, any mod would be able to edit it without having access to the rest of the css).

Overall, Javascript would probably be more elegant... especially if you can stick it in a template like
{{background|image=Kog'Maw Monarch}}
so users can implement backgrounds wherever they please.
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