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Storm Crow Discussion
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Guys, Storm Crow is banned in commander due to being so powerful
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Welcome to WiltLeafElves's list of all things Coding related! This list was made to ensure that people will be able to easily find resources to whatever they need to know. If you notice any better organization method, information I'm missing, or have any other concern, please say so in the comments below.
Welcome! Here are a few main points of information. Below each link will be a description in my own words. The top link of each Panel will be the one considered to be the most helpful. If you can't find something, make sure to check the Frequently Asked Questions! I hope this list is actually helpful, starting by telling you what FAQ stands for. ;)
Additionally, check here before you go down, as some basic formatting can be easily done by using TappedOut's own special shortcuts.
Also, learning some Html and Css on w3schools is helpful, so you know what your code does, instead of blindly copy pasting stuff written by other people.
There wasn't a single post on this in the coding forum, so here's my own example. Make sure the buttons are obvious, so you don't get punished for cheating. (for example, turning just about every word into an upvote button, and not even plastering "UPVOTE BUTTON" everywhere).
<a class="vote-link btn btn-success btn-lg" href="/mtg-decks/a-deck-thats-basically-just-an-upvote-button/vote-up/?rc=True"> Upvote[[symbol:loyalty-plus1]] </a>
Feel free to spam that button! The linked deck is not even a deck at all. The only purpose it has is to show that the buttons work.
This deckpage contains information on using an External Stylesheet, including basic css, detailed steps, and how to modify your background.
The linked comment contains the proper code for setting a background image, and inserting a stylesheet. A stylesheet template is included.
This forum post is the best page for a user who's only desire is to make certain panels on their transparent. A comment by multimedia, here, contains valuable information on anyone planning to start their External Stylesheet from scratch. (no pun intended, please do not try to use scratch.)
Another forum post detailing the codes on background art, as well as clear text boxes.
how to put an image on an accordion block
This was a post from a user trying to use the original code for accordion blocks. The linked comment gives the proper code for how to put an image on the panels of an accordion block.
Sorry if these questions are of no help, the ones listed here are merely extra pages I found while scouring the forum.
Q: Where are my apostrophes?
This allows you to use regular commas and apostrophes, and not the ones that are displayed on TappedOut, as well as a menagerie of other symbols.
Q: How do I get the fullart Mana Leak?
Q: Is it possible to display a token such as a Servo?
Q: How do I change the name of a card in a link?
Q: How do I make certain panels in my decklist Transparent?
A: Look above, in the Page Customization option. If you can't find it there, this should work.
Q: How do I put an outline or shadow around certain words?
Q: How do I get card images to hover?
A: All cards on TappedOut that use the syntax card:card_name_here automatically have the image hover. If you want to get the image hover on other sites, check here
Q: How do I get decklists on my descriptions?
Q: How do I set up an altered art for a card on my decklists? (Alters)
Q: How do I get a certain printing to show up when I link a card?
A: here is how you link specific printings of cards. In addition, you are able to add foil ✱F✱, as well as country codes such as ✱JA✱
Q: How do I set up a custom font for my username?
Try to keep everything you do on your own decklists, profile, or username, as those are more easily solved, and can be edited by you. NEVER put any page altering code in a comment. Only upgraded users are able to delete comments, and only on their own decklists / profile, meaning most users won't be able to easily get rid of your comment.
Thanks for viewing this list! Make sure you tell your friends about it, so this page doesn't become another clunky post taking up space in the coding forum.