Since the Category pages for Warframe guides say to direct questions to you I'm here.
Now, the way guides are now there is a section on the Warframe's page with a banner and then a line of text that links to the category page. On the category page is a bunch of instructions on how to make User guides and the actual user guides are linked to by small boxes at the bottom of the Category page.
This makes them rather difficult to find and thus practically useless.
So, unless you have a better idea on how to make them more accessible, can we start putting links to the actual guides in the "Warframe Guides" section on the pages while leaving the banner in place and putting the current bit of text that directs users to the category page below the links?
I get what you're saying. Give me a week or two to design and implement a solution that I think most people would be okay with. It'll involve the category list in such a way that people don't need to manually add a new guide to the Warframe's page every time one gets created.
i made this armor calculator for the wiki User:Kselia/testpage. This should be enough to replace most of the current Armor Chart thingy you created two years ago (time flies! :D). The current table with all the tabber completely breaks the layout in mobile. On PC it just takes a lot of space, w/o using the available width in any way. So i would like to remove everything but the first table (and add the calculator in their stead) and rework that table so that all frames with the same armor show up in the same row.
Any opinion on that or should i just knock myself out?
Yeah, the Armor Chart was never meant to be the ideal way of comparing armor; it was actually originally for the Damage 2.0/Corrosive Damage page, and I decided it might as well go onto the Armor page. While there, it grew and grew with the different sources of armor and the increasing number of Warframes that were released.
So yes, if you've got something more flexible and scalable, please make the attempt to replace it. Every time I looked at it, I thought to myself, "Wow, that's ugly, yet people like it for some reason". As for mobile, 2 years ago I think on this wiki we generally ignored designing for the platform; at this point, it definitely makes sense to optimize for that.