On major characters category
Hi, Justiceforall17. This is Prince of Erebor. - Darkchylde and I had been discussing on that! I will temporarily remove this category first! So please don't fix the pages first until the result is announced. Why don't you join our discussion? ---- Prince of Erebor’’’-(Reply Press Here)
- You are welcome!
But originally I didn't not know that there is a category named "Main Characters". So I am going to update the major character. I will ask - Darlchylde first. ---- Prince of Erebor’’’-(Reply Press Here)
No, listen to me, my friend. We will now deleted the Main character category and move all the pages to Major characters. I clearly know what I am doing as I am also fulfilling your request! So please do not urge me anymore! ---- Prince of Erebor’’’-(Reply Press Here)
RE: Editing images
Hi. Well, it depends. If you're using the Visual Editor, you just have to go on the picture, click on it, select "Advanced Settings" and you can set its size.
If you're using the Source Editor, you just need a bit of code like this:
Or if you're trying to make it a thumbnail:
Just insert the size you want instead of 150x200px.
Your recent category-edits have created an issue.
Are Ents, for example, "creatures" and not a race of Middle-earth? Or are they a race of Middle-earth, and not a type of "creature"? Of course they are both. Likewise are Great Eagles, who are large sapient Eagles who can talk, both a creature, since they were created, and a race of Middle-earth. If the ability to talk doesn't make them a race, are CS Lewis' Minotaurs not a race of Narnia? They're merely bull-men who too can talk.
What about Orcs, who in their person are more like beasts than Great Eagles? Can they not be referred to as creatures? Their article has the "Races" category, so tell me why that is.
This "either a creature or a race" logic does not work everywhere in the context of fantasy.
Add the Races category back to Great Eagles please, or, as shown above, those two categories Races and Creatures will be inconsistent in their application.