Bio To all the friends of Aphrodite, we do not normally know much about our daughter's online life but we happen to encounter this account of hers thus we wish to send this message to you. Thank you all for the support and help you've given for our daughter who you know as Aphrodite online. We thank Edison for attending our daughter's funeral. She has always been battling against depression and anxiety since young. To the point where she had to go for counselling. Our daughter has been facing verbal bullying in school from a young age, though lessened, we were unaware of how the same had occured to her online as well. As stated in her will, such examples are on Instagram, Discord and Whatsapp. Although we would not use the term cyberbullying to describe her situation online, she has on a few occasions confide to us how she had been affected by some insensitive remarks about her by some people online. Which was either said to her directly or behind her back. Please forgive our daughter for saying, implying, or doing anything that might have caused those insensitive remarks targetted towards her, socialising and interacting with her peers had always been an issue for her. Some words or actions she had done is not actually meant to offend or annoy the person or a group of people at all, she just can't express what she wish to say properly. Once again, my daughter's relatives and I are eternally grateful for Edison's friendship with her. As well as Theresa, Li Wei, Eunice and a few other people who are willing to be her friend and lend her a listening ear. Lastly, we hope that whoever who had contributed to giving our daughter the intentions to commit suicide to be more mature and considerate, as well as to know how some words can hurt others even though those words do not seem so in their eyes. Hence should be more sensitive with what they say to others in future.
Once again, thank you all, particularly her friends that were mentioned, for the support you have given to our daughter.
The news of your passing came as a huge shock. Not only to me but to the whole TPN community on here as well. I was lost for words when I found out what happened to you. Honestly, it made me really sad because I've known you for a long time. We started this together after the first admin quit and we made the first steps in making this wiki better.
Bullying is never the answer, people should look twice what bullying can do to someone. You should know that you had even more friends, on here. Me for example and if you told me about your problems I would help you out the best way I could. Sadly, I can't help you anymore but I will remember you, I will stay your friend and your legacy will live on here. I'll make sure to always think of you when I start working on a (new) wiki, so, even if you cannot see it, hopefully in one way or another, you won't feel alone anymore.
I'm sorry that I was to late, but I am your friend for over two years now and that is something that will never change. I hope that you have finally found peace and that you hopefully saw, at the end, what a wonderful, hardworking, kind, sweet and funny person you were, thank you for everything. On behalf of the entire TPN community, thank you and take care, we will remember you.
I know that this message is too late but I would like to wholeheartedly express my gratitude in one way or another for everything that you've done for the community. I'll never forget your strong personality and your creative mind during the times when we're still both available to discuss anything under the sun.
I'm so sorry for not noticing little signs, I should have double read our conversations.
Hey, I don't you that well. But I know you've worked hard for this community and fandom. I haven't been active lately, and have only seen this now. I do not know why people would bully such a helpful and lovely lady, but I hope they think about their future actions from now on.
Thank you for everything, and I hope you have a good rest.
Wow I was happily exploring several pages here and stumbled across this userpage...😱
Regardless of me actually not knowing you, or if the bio is genuine or not, may you be happier up in the afterlife. I sympathize with people who are bullied as it had happened to me before as well in the past. Bullying, both online and offline, is never the right thing to do. Rest in peace.🌹
Aphrodite, thank you for everything you have done for this wiki, as well as for me. It was an honor to not only work with you, but also getting to know you. We talked about school and TPN, and I used to help you with your chemistry homework since you were terrible at it and since I'm a year older haha. And I came to realize that you were a really funny, sarcastic, hardworking, and wonderful girl. I wish I could've gotten to know you better and work with you more.
You'll be missed. We lost a beautiful soul, and I hope you'll rest well. Thank you Aphrodite. ❤
Hello, apologizes for bothering. If you don't mind me asking and answering, can I ask for the spoiler code used on the wiki as well as to your method on how to implement a custom rail code? I would like to add it to a wiki I manage. I hope you have a nice day/night/afternoon!
For custom rail, can you please elaborate what you mean exactly? The rail contains stuff like customized Discord server, blog posts and discussions and these requires complex coding, the glowing orange borders which decorate the rail are much harder to add, I can tell you how to add these if you want. But if you just wanna a simple rail below Recent Wiki Activity add the following code onto your wiki's ImportJS page:
Ah, apologies for the misunderstanding in what I was asking. I was asking for whats the JS page is (like to add the spoilerblur code you have to go to MediaWiki:Common.css or in order to add dev:AddRailModule/code.js to a wiki you have to add it to the MediaWiki:ImportJS page) and where to add the CSS for that. I don't want to bother you more than I have- but if you really don't mind, I appreciate the offer!
Feel free to message back to me whenever you have the time to! I'll try to get back to you whenever I can, which may be instant if I'm awake or not. Also on a side note, apologies for not adding my signature on my first message? I didn't see that notice until now ><
Terribly sorry I just read the SpoilerBlur article on Dev Wiki yes you should add it onto your wiki's Common.css page or Wikia.css not ImportJS. You can follow the instructions listed on the SpoilerBlur article on Dev Wiki then it should work. Just remember that you must add the code onto the top/first few lines of Common.css or the blur effect won't work.
However, the dev:RailModule/code.js should be added onto ImportJS. More instructions available here. Or refer to my previous message since I explained the basics on how to add and the page I linked have harder instuctions to follow.
For the blog post, add the following code once you created Template:RailModule on your wiki.
For the discussion widget, there are a couple different types, don't be afraid to ask me if you want to add it in I'll list down all of them. I can also give you the CSS code for the glowing orange borders if you ask.
I already had some code ready I wanted to put there- I expected this task to be harder than I expected, like converting all of the code I had ready into JS code hard, but that wasn't the case so I'm a bit surprised! Thank you for telling me about this JS code on the Dev Wiki and for your help, it was really useful!
They are high traffic pages, it was stated in both pages's edit history.
I had planned to unlock Emma's page in June and I had forgotten about that, thanks for reminding me.
For Norman's, I had just locked it a few days ago because of conflicting edits some editors have made. I guess it is ok now.
I had unlocked both pages. Everyone is free to edit now.
Hello, this is gonna come off as a bit rude but when I converted them into portable infoboxes the entire design changed and I really dont like the new design, because the tabber within the infobox is messed up and the overall look looks hideous in phone mode. So I reverted them back.
Also why did you bring this up to me? And why can't it be not portable? I dont see the harm in them being inportable.
Oh it’s not rude, sometimes they don’t come out the way you like without the proper CSS to maintain the integrity of the old design. You already have a universal theme in your site CSS, so when you converted their aesthetics changed to that. If you like, I can add a few themes to your CSS to ensure that that doesn’t happen again, that they keep their current aesthetics after conversion. I can also change the design of your existing Portable Infoboxes, if you don’t like the way they look now.
Regarding looking hideous in mobile, what do you mean by that? Is something not working, perhaps that I could fix? Or do you disapprove of the design / aesthetics?
You were the most active Administrator, so I thought to reach out to you regarding it. As for why they should be Portable, Portable Infoboxes offer a myriad of benefits such as I linked above, but they also avoid some of the erroneous results that non-portable Infoboxes can sometimes produce, have better accessibility for web readers (blind people etc), can potentially enhance SEO, & are simply easier templates to maintain & overhaul due to simplified coding (rather than using tables, inline styles, & a million parser functions).
The bottom line is that Portable Infoboxes can do all the things old Infoboxes did & look the same if implemented properly, & I’d be happy to do all that work for you, requiring no effort on your part & resulting in few noticeable changes; so what’d be the harm in converting? Almost all your current Infoboxes are already there, what’s the harm in two more?
About how it looks like in phone mode, forget that, it's too hard to describe and I already reverted the two infoboxes back already.
If you like, I can add a few themes to your CSS to ensure that that doesn’t happen again, that they keep their current aesthetics after conversion. I can also change the design of your existing Portable Infoboxes, if you don’t like the way they look now.
Oh thanks. I wish for the two infoboxes to retain their current appearance, that is orange for Template:Character and dark gold for Template:Story Arc. The info within should remain the same as well.
Edit: This is my second account, forgot to switch back to my first one. Sorry for any confusion.
I can definitely accommodate your wishes :) I’ll get started when I’m back on computer, & of course if you ever want any special tweaks or are at all dissatisfied with how the converted templates look or function, let me know & chances are excellent that I can make whatever corrections you like!
Hey there, sorry that it took so long, but I was looking for a method to accommodate your use of nested tabbers in Template:Character. At this point, Template:Story Arc/Draft is done & you can see it used here (compare to old version). If you like the way it looks, go to the Draft page & approve the Draft & you’ll be done. If you would like me to tweak anything, let me know & I can do that.
For Template:Character however…Fandom are unwilling to expend resources handling the nested tabber issue of this Infobox, so you’re more than welcome to keep it as it is. If you do want to convert it the Draft is here, but it would require some work on your part to make it work ideally with nested tabbers. I can show you how to get that done if you like, but that’s all, & you are under no obligation to do so. One single non Portable Infobox shouldn’t be too much of a problem 😅
Thank you very much for your time & cooperation, have a great day!
Two (hopefully) last questions, how do I change the width of the widget so it could fit the surrounding orange box nicely? Also, the second CSS you provided for me on Dev Wiki does not seem to change the widget header's color. I only wish to change the header's color not the bottom black part. But it would be nice too if there's a way to change both,.in case I wanna do so in future.