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Please include the date with your signature.--SWM2448 22:06, 16 July 2007 (UTC) <--Date.

My new Sig

--Mucke->Blameme 21:01, 17 July 2007 (UTC)

Improved --BlameMe ==> Mucke 21:45, 17 July 2007 (UTC)
Even Better --BlameMe Mucke talkTo 05:42, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

Help with Sig

Anyone who happens by help me fix this? Its for my sig

This is how I want it to be.

BlameMe=> Mucke <=talkTo

This is how it is now.

BlameMe ==> Mucke

This is the error I am getting.

"Invalid raw signature; check HTML tags."

--<span style="color:#996600">Blame</span><span style="color:#880000"><sup>Me</sup></span><span style="color:#880000">=></span> <span style="color:#996600">Mucke</span> <span style="color:#880000"><=<sup>talk</sup></span><span style="color:#996600">To</span> 22:23, 17 July 2007 (UTC)

Make sure you use &lt; and &gt; instead of < and >. --Pcj (TC) 00:02, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
Can I ask you to post an example please? I am learning by example as this is my first time doing anything like this. I appreciate any help you can give(no rush) --BlameMe ==> Mucke 03:31, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
<span style="color:#996600">Blame</span><span style="color:#880000"><sup>Me</sup></span><span style="color:#880000">=&gt;</span> <span style="color:#996600">Mucke</span> <span style="color:#880000">&lt;=<sup>talk</sup></span><span style="color:#996600">To</span> --Pcj (TC) 03:37, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

Well, still not sure if I did it the best way but it appears to work now. Thank you very much for all your help. --BlameMe Mucke talkTo 03:49, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

Also, when I click on my talk at the top of each page it takes me here. When I click on the link I made to what I thought was my talk it goes to another page which is now marked for deletion. What is the code to make it go to this page and not the other one?--BlameMe Mucke talkTo 03:58, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
[[User talk:Mucke]] --Pcj (TC) 04:00, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
When I insert the word User it breaks the link like so. talkTo I am using talk as a reference and not seeing a difference except my color changes...argh, back to the sandbox I guess.
K, does it not link if the link is to the page you are currently on? --BlameMe Mucke talkTo 04:22, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
Much better. Thanks again I think its all working now.--BlameMe Mucke talkTo 04:34, 18 July 2007 (UTC)



375 Leatherworking! I noticed on your user page.... How did you get past about 355? All the reputation patterns take about thirty primals and forty-seven-and-a-half thick clefthoof leather! The trainer's no help.... -]squallshaper[talk - contr][- 04:36, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

The trick is patience and rep, lots of rep. I got to about 367 making [Riding Crop] and the Fel Leather/Hevy Clefthoof stuff from Consortium and Mag'har respectively. Then I made a couple [Hood of Primal Life] the pattern cost me 700g on the AH. After that I was stalled until I hit exalted with Keepers of Time then its just a bunch of [Primal Shadow] and [Heavy Knothide Leather] to 375 by making [Drums of Panic]. There is also a pattern for 365 LW at exalted with Sha'tar which is another easy mats list.
Probably the biggest thing that helped me was making items for guildies. I went and farmed mats and they went and farmed other mats and I was able to make them gear and get skill-ups at the same time. Getting people to get mats for you so that you can make stuff is always a win/win scenario. Also I recomend running Black Morass, Shadow Labyrinth, Sethekk Halls, and Old Hillsbrad to try and get the various stylin' hats as they aren't too bad on mats and have a decent skill-up rate (not to mention they look cool).--BlameMe Mucke talkTo 04:58, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
Makes sense.... My hunter is kind of on the back-burner for now, as I level my druid. Sadly, my guild is a small one, but our goal is running heroics with ease and efficiency, so hopefully someday soon I'll not be in need of any reputation. Thanks for the pointers. -]squallshaper[talk - contr][- 05:15, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
Another thing to think about is it doesn't even have to be your guildies that you craft for. Advertise in trade what you can make and see if you get any bites. Just offer things free with mats, or provide some mats but require the more difficult ones to be provided. People jump all over free stuff.--BlameMe Mucke talkTo 06:57, 18 July 2007 (UTC)


Oh ho!

Sir, I stumbled across your page while viewing the Pump. Good stuffs. I'm actually eyeing the banners that you have (for example, this one) and thinking about how I could apply something similar on Esz's page. Something like that could easily replace the banners I've thrown together on each of my girls' articles and they're spiffy to boot! It's a shame you aren't a roleplayer; I originally thought you were because that kind of effort is common of our breed. So, I just wanted to drop by, let you know that I drooled a bit, made myself comfortable reading through your character profile, and toss a quick /salute your way! -- Cynra (T·C) 17:14, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for stopping by, and for the compliments :). The banners are from RPGOutfitter. They require a mod and uploading of your character to their site to make them work properly. You can also click any onf my banners and it will take you to that same site. I've never been much of a roleplayer. I do enjoy playing paper based RPGs but I enjoy the game aspect more than the roleplay aspect, although I do try to get in the spirit of it as much as I can. Again, thanks for stopping by. --BlameMe Mucke talkTo 19:49, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
The code I used for my user page is a bit more complicated than what you removed to make your own table. If you look carefully, it's actually a series of tables within a column in a table. That column is restricted to 250px, which is why I'm able to say that the tables should remain at 100%. Now, since the tables are are in a column to the right, I can put text left - but what you want is for the table to be floating left without being in a table, yes? Check out my sandbox for a quick and dirty solution. I just threw the table into a div tag that restricts it to 250px while aligning it to the right of all text. After reaching the bottom of the table, the text continues the full width of the screen below. I'm actually considering doing this in my own layout, but I'm old-school and prefer tables in most of my layouts (though using Wikicode to do the same result was an experience). Hope this helps! -- Cynra (T·C) 11:26, 25 September 2007 (UTC)
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