Hey! I just noticed that in your mentor request you asked why gender matters—it doesn't matter a lot, we just want to make sure people are paired with someone they're comfortable with, same reason as age. Pairing an adult male with a teen girl may make the girl uncomfortable, so we do our best to avoid things like that.
Sorry to butt in, but I was also wondering that, and it does make sense that some teen girls might feel uncomfortable to be paired with an adult male. I'm assuming it went the same way for age (I think I would feel a bit strange being paired with a 30-year-old)?
Hi Gracie! I'm Avocado and I am now your mentor! You can ask me questions about coding, editing the wiki and just general things! I hope I can get to know you. Tell me what you want to be mentored on first.
So the code that I used for that color is:
<div style="background:lightblue; border:15px; border color:white; padding:15px">
But if you want one where you could customize the color is:
<div style="background:YOUR COLOR HERE; border:15px; border color:white; padding:15px">
YOUR TEXT HERE
The gradient code is a bit more complicated.
<div style="background: linear-gradient(to YOUR DIRECTION HERE, YOUR 1ST COLOR HERE, YOUR SECOND COLOR HERE, YOUR 3RD COLOR HERE)"><div style="border: 5px solid YOUR BORDER COLOR HERE; padding:10px; padding-bottom:15px;">YOUR TEXT HERE</div>
It is very confusing, but it'll make sense after a while. A cool tip is that I used <nowiki> tags to show the code instead of it becoming the actual thing. The </div> means that you are closing the first div tag. A repeat of the first tag with a slash infront of the words in the tag means that you are closing the code.
sorry if that is confusing, but i hope it helps xd
To do that you just use a font tag under the div tag that looks like this: <font color=YOUR COLOR HERE> and another one that looks like this <font size=FONT SIZE HERE px> </font></font>
<font color=YOUR COLOR HERE><font size=FONT SIZE HERE px>Since you used 2 font tags you need to close two of them like this:</font></font>
lol that's a bummer! I hate it when movies are sooo bad and/or different from the books. So far I've read two books where the movies were VERY unfortunate. 1. Coraline, and 2. The Waterhorse. Both movies were so inacurate and ugggggggghhhhh just soooooo annoying.
Welcome to the wiki! I hope that you have a FANTABULOUS time here! You can ask me any questions that you want, but I may not know the answers to all of them. Sorry!
Anyway, have a great time! I’d love to get to know you! Who’s your favorite Keeper character? My personal favorite is Linh, with Tam and Sophie tied following closely behind! Also, who all do you ship? I ship way too many things to write down, but most of them are on my profile to look at!