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Infobox:Character
Template Placeholder person
Character Information
Template documentation (for the above template, sometimes hidden or invisible)
Purpose
This information box is used particularly for character pages. It describes the character in question in a variety of ways, and can be hand-edited by anyone at relative ease.
This same infobox can be used on your own user page!
Important info
This infobox has a really high number of fields that can be accessed and filled up by any user of both basic and advanced understanding in wikia editing. Feeling a bit overwhelemed? Do not fret! Every single one of the fields is optional. If you think that a certain field is too advanced for you (such as color schemes), or you really just don't know what to write, don't be afraid to leave it blank.
Feeling a bit adventurous, but don't want to hurt the pages? Feel free to go to one of our users' own sandbox or even make one of your own!
For a list of hexcodes, click here. If you want to take the hexcode of a source image, you will need to get an image editing program for that.
Usage
Like any other template, to execute the infobox type {{Infobox:Character|<nameoffield>=<whatyouwanttofillup>|...}}. There is no right or wrong order of writing the fields as they will automatically do it themselves upon execution.
If you would like to leave comments within the template, or use a pseudo-separator, use <!--<yourtexthere>-->. This is rarely wanted, but there is, and might be, some cases where it will be essential.
List of fields:
name (default: Pagename)
-> The large revealing name of the infobox.
align (default: right) - DO NOT TOUCH
-> Changes the direction the infobox will most likely stick to.
curve (default: 10px) - DO NOT TOUCH
-> It basically changes the radius of the corners of the infobox similar to that of a fillet. Most of the time this is only touched for user pages. Anywhere else? It wouldn't do well.
image (default: [[File:Placeholder_person.png]])
-> Displays an image to portray the character. It is recommended to use a high quality image with a transparent background. Other variants are fine as long as there are no other better substitutes. Please remember to use file tags - [[File:<iconnamewithfiletype>]]
gender
-> May either be Male ♂, Female ♀, or Genderless.
aka
-> Other known aliases of the character as mentioned in the show.
species
-> The type of organism the character is. It may be or may not be stated on the show. If, at ever, the show does say in what race a character is part of, it will be given priority.
age
-> How many years the character has spent life since birth.
friends
-> Other characters this character is comfortable with. May be one-sided (e.g. Gumball and Mr. Robinson). Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofcharacter>]].
enemies
-> Other characters which this character despises. May be one-sided (e.g. Gumball and Mr. Robinson). Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofcharacter>]].
relatives
-> Other characters this character is related with. Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofcharacter>]].
occupation
-> Job of the character. May be single or various. If ever a location of work is stated, please remember to use link tags - [[<nameoflocation>]].
first appearance
-> Episode of which this character debuted. Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofepisode>]].
latest appearance
-> Latest episode this character appeared in. Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofepisode.
voice
-> Real life counterpart and person who voices the character for the show. Please remember to use link tags - [[<nameofactor>]].
colorscheme - ADVANCED
-> Filling this up with anything will allow the color scheme table to appear. Do not touch if you have not a single clue what it does. Before you continue, you must understand hexcodes as it is strictly crucial for anything under colorscheme.
coat / cloth / other
-> Changes the title of the respective column
coatcolors / clothcolors / othercolors
-> State how many rows of colors the respective column contains. Though can accept any number, it will only do a minimum of 1, and a maximum of 7 colors.
coatcode# / clothcode# / othercode# (# = 1 - 7)
-> Hexcode of the color of the specified row. After the first color, the order is inverted. Example, if one has 4 coatcolors, the first coatcode will be revealed at the topmost. The second in the order, however, will be the fourth code, followed by the third code, then the second.
coatgradient#a / clothgradient#a / othergradient#a (# = 1 - 7)
-> Hexcode of the top end of a gradient (if needed). It's b counterpart should be stated as well for the gradient to work properly. Not all browsers support gradients, and as such, <column>code# is still a requirement.
coatgradient#b / clothgradient#b / othergradient#b (# = 1 - 7)
-> Hexcode of the bottom end of a gradient (if needed). It's a counterpart should be stated as well for the gradient to work properly. Not all browsers support gradients, and as such, <column>code# is still a requirement.
coatgradient#c / clothgradient#c / othergradient#c (# = 1 - 7)
-> Hexcode of the middle of a gradient (if needed). This is very optional, and would only be used if the use of only a and b does not give a desirable effect.



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