All pages need to use the css templates so the page works on both desktop and mobile resolutions. If you need a more complicated layout and don't know how to make it, simply PM me the page name and I'll see if I can do it. XyloziXylozi

For single pages generally do this:

@[[include general-page-css]]
[[div class="flex-container"]]
[[div class="flex-content"]] stuff...

For split pages, do this:

@[[include general-page-split-css]]
[[div class="flex-container"]]
[[div class="flex-left"]] left stuff...
[[div class="flex-right"]] right stuff...

Remove the @ in the code, that is just to prevent wikidot from loading the page here.


The following content needs to be worked on:

  • Walkthroughs
  • Enemy HP/Souls, and drops
  • Bosses HP/Souls, and strategies
  • Upgrade data for every weapon/shield/spell tool

Depending on the weapon, add the follow templates under the upgrade heading:

New armor pages should use the formatting found in example-armor-page to keep the style consistant.

If you want to add an image to a page with the Image Code field (currently only locations), use the following for each image:

[[div class="flex-loc-tile"]]
[[image url width="75%" link="url"]]

"url" being your actual image link. The images will tile up to five per row, and then wrap around. For the actual link, I recommend uploading to the page and copying the file link so the file is stored on wikidot, rather than imgur or anything else.


Container pages for different sets of images, used for linking images via url.

Pages used to set the css for most pages:

Dataform templates:

Remember editing these will modify every page using them.

Infobox template pages:

The css setup for the default elements can be found here.

Any css files can be found here.


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