Oh, sorry. I'm just used to seeing links as yellow, and not that green g splat. I forgot all about that.
But here's a question though: How would anyone figure out that those splat are links? I didn't up until recently. Shouldn't there be some sort of key or statement at the top that says "click the g splat for further details"?
Also also, the featured article section doesn't really look good when it's not an OG book. I mean, Revenge of the Invisible Boy doesn't use that font, and it just doesn't stand out like it used to. I remember the reason being something along the lines of creating the banner takes time. If that's the case, I'd be happy to create them. I'm not the only one who finds the featured article unappealing.
I'm sorry if this sounds demanding or "mean". I just couldn't find a better way to phrase it.
>Shouldn't there be some sort of key or statement at the top that says "click the g splat for further details"?
Good idea. I added a note at the bottom now.
>I'm not the only one who finds the featured article unappealing.
I'm aware it doesn't look great. If you want you can come up with ideas to make it look better... either text form or banner form. I may bring back the banners, but keep them ultra simple so they don't take too much effort to create.
The funny thing is, my account was basically where I'd Tweet Goosebumps news, reviews, random Goosebumps crap, and I'd occasionally (I'm lying. ALWAYS) insult Stine on there. Once he followed, I had to delete all the insulting Tweets (including the popular ones!!). So there are pluses and minuses.
Speaking of homepages, there's something on this wiki that's been bothering me for a long time.
I mean, like, it's not like these are poular characters or anything. (Who the heck is Horrifico? No one, aside from Susan Lurie, likes Dr. Maniac. Captain Ben? Really?) You get the picture.
Plus, why do they fall under the "Books" tab? I don't think having a characters tab is a good idea, especially since barely any Goosebumps characters are fleshed out enough to be considered 'characters'.
Maybe adding an "Authors and Illustrators" section would be a good alternative. And maybe throw in a video game tab in between "TV & Film" and "Community" with "PC", "Console", and "Mobile" sections. (I think I recommended this about a month back, but no one ever came around to doing it.)
Well, the only ones who are allowed to do that are Goddy, GbA and Thomas. I think it should be called "Games". Splitting it up would seem repetitive, since some games (like Goosebumps: The Game, or the new crap we're getting in about 2 weeks) fit in more than one category.