Priv: Description: 101 Normal member. No extra features. 100 A crew wannabe. No extra features. 99 Can upload images to wiki-pages. Can invite people. 94 Can upload any file to wiki-pages. 90 Can use iframe tag. 89 Can write news, Mainstreet-pol
ls, edit other members' privs but to 89+ and has access to own badge-slot. 79 Can access all badge-slots 49 Wiki-boss - Can delete wiki-comments, change wiki-passwords and page-owners 29 Can delete in forums, change forumboss and read reports. 14 Can change members' description and write secret service comments on their houses. Can also write alarm messages that are shown on the top of of every page. (Mostly used for "Elftown is going to shut down soon!") 13 Can delete wiki-page versions completely. Can also change owner of wiki-pages without leaving a trace about it. 4 Lieutenant - Can change all privs and read private messages 3 Vice mayor/Programm er 2 Mayor 1 God - Can give more 'titles and orders' in description, make members forum-dictator etc.
2005-12-05 [Paz]: Take the picture you're wanting to upload, as [iippo] said, save it to your hard drive. Then upload it using the form at the bottom of the wiki. It's just like uploading an image to your house** (ack, wrong use of words)
2005-12-05 [iippo]: But if you have uploaded the image to your house, there really is no need to upload it again to /stuff - it already has a URL that you can use to show the image. If on the other hand you have a larger version of it that you'd prefer to show to people, then upload that bigger image from your hard disk. Don't forget to add .jpg or .gif to your image-name.
2005-12-05 [nokaredes]: And you have to make sure someone else hasn't used the /stuff name.
2005-12-06 [iippo]: Which is easy by just punching in random numbers or putting your username in the filename.
2005-12-07 [David the Good]: How do I place this in a wiki:
2005-12-07 [David the Good]: <script language="Java
2005-12-07 [Paz]: You use ET friendly HTML, not normal HTML, you seem to be trying to change your stylesheet or background. If you want to change your background see Elftownstylesheets and to see what HTML is usable on Elftown see: Guide to the Pseudo HTML on Elftown. Which makes things a whole lot easier actually because you don't have to worry about the 'a href' and colour codes. (Note: the style sheet is the whole background for every page on ET)
2006-06-10 [iippo]: Sorry to be all foreign and stuff, but what is UTC? Elftown's time?
2006-06-10 [True, plain and simple]: Universal Coordinated Time, formerly Greenwich Mean Time. And Elftown uses it for the time, jah. It's the "center" time of the world. :)
2006-06-10 [iippo]: Bah, two acronyms for the same thing. -_-
2006-06-10 [True, plain and simple]: Well, Greenwich thought it was all the shiznit and it went to its head, so.. ;)
2006-06-10 [Hedda]: Well, there is a problem with Greenwich and that it's in UK that uses Daylight saving in the summer. So it's a little confusing to use that name. I think UTC is the standard now.
2006-06-10 [True, plain and simple]: Yeah, I thought it was something like that. UTC is more clear in meaning anyway.
2006-06-10 [iippo]: If you know what it means, that is :P
2006-06-10 [True, plain and simple]: Better? :P
2006-06-10 [iippo]: You do realise that Universal Cordinated Time is UCT, not UTC. o.O; (but the linky is a good idea :3)
2006-06-10 [True, plain and simple]: Well, it should actually be something like Universal Time Coordonné, because it's an English-French hybridization. That looks icky though, so the all-English is better. :P
2006-08-28 [Zana]: No one loves me