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Our RPG guides are written by roleplayers with other roleplayers in mind. Learn from others roleplay experience and provide others with your own
  • Morrigan

    Determining your look

    By Morrigan, in Coding,

    This guide is to help you figure out how you want your site to look. It's an important step when theming a site to know where you want bits and bobs before you put your fingers to keyboard to start developing it. You'll find while coding them it will still evolve but this is to get you thinking about where you want things.

    Type: Look & Feel Software: Jcink, Invision Power Services (IPS), Journals (Tumblr, Wordpress, Livejournal, Insanejournal), MyBB, Nova, phpBB, Proboards (Freeforums), SMF, XenForo, Other

  • Morrigan

    This is the first true guide in theming for Jcink. As with anything you have to start somewhere and in this instance we need to create a theme and the things that make up a theme.

    Type: Look & Feel Software: Jcink

  • isoldehn

    Importance Of Box-Sizing CSS

    By isoldehn, in Coding,

    Here to save the day for those troubling with padding and border causing additional pixels to your widths.

    Type: Look & Feel Software: Jcink, Invision Power Services (IPS), Journals (Tumblr, Wordpress, Livejournal, Insanejournal), MyBB, Nova, phpBB, Proboards (Freeforums), SMF, XenForo, Other

  • isoldehn

    A lot of boards like to use census totals for characters of specific sex, group (like factions, clans and so on), posts in specific boards and so on so forth. Here I will explain a base script to allow such counting and a few tips on pointers on where to go to further your abilities with what I have given you here. I will also do my best to explain what I have done while keeping it simplified and avoiding an overly defined/long guide.

    Software: MyBB

  • Arceus

    Social Anxiety and You

    By Arceus, in Being a Member,

    Do you find yourself terrified at the mere idea of taking part in a community you're unfamiliar with? Even if you, yourself, do not have outright social anxiety disorder (a disorder in which social engagement and interaction with sometimes even familiar parties is highly terrifying), you might find some useful tips and tricks for getting yourself into a larger community. Joining role-plays and resource communities can be scary, but hopefully we can chase away some of the scary. This does also contain some tips for admins dealing with a shy/anxious player!


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