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On October 3rd Wikia will be updating their skin. You can preview it by pasting ?wikiagrid=1&wikiafullheader=1 on the end of the URL. Our mainpage on the new skin will look like this. If you study the updates for awhile, you'll notice a couple problems. I could only find one of any real importance, and that is the brickibanner. Wikia will be increasing the width of the content container, which the brickibanner spans. Right now, it fits perfectly, it was designed that way. However, when the container widens, it will not go all the way across. You can see what I mean by looking at the banner on the link I posted above. Can whoever took the original photo for the banner take another one and make it the appropriate length, and then put it into effect on October 3rd when the skin's updated? I just wanted to prepare for the updates. :) Drewlzoo

What is the Brickibanner? 08:07, September 20, 2012 (UTC)
The Brickibanner is the background behind the wordmark and navigation. Jag 08:22, September 20, 2012 (UTC)
Oh, I see what you mean Drew. 08:44, September 20, 2012 (UTC)
It'll automatically expand when it's containers do. If you find the <div style="margin-right: 310px;"> div about 4 levels up from the banner, and decrease the margin to about 130px, you'll see the change. - nxt
You're right, I looked at the image and it should. However, in the preview at least, it's not doing it. This may be something we should just wait until Wiki a updates their skin to fix, but it's best to do it now. Drewlzoo
Well it worked for me, so maybe it's a browser issue or something. - nxt
Just saying I have seen this, and am confused in regards to all things on this topic :P I'm guessing you need to be in Wikia to see a change (and yes, I used ?useskin=wikia&wikiagrid=1&wikiafullheader=1 instead of having two ?'s. Secondly, isn't the Brickibanner stuff set to 100% anyway? ie, 100% of 300px = 300px, 100% of 310px = 310px so not problem? (obviously there is a problem though, hence the confusion :S) NightblazeSaber 06:05, September 28, 2012 (UTC)
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