How To Edit Pages - Quickstart

If you are allowed to edit pages in this Site, simply click on edit button at the bottom of the page. This will open an editor with a toolbar pallette with options.

To create a link to a new page, use syntax: [[[new page name]]] or [[[new page name | text to display]]]. Follow the link (which should have a different color if page does not exist) and create a new page and edit it!

Although creating and editing pages is easy, there are a lot more options that allows creating powerful sites. Please visit Documentation pages to learn more.

Preparing to add pages: getting the converter

The converter I have ready runs in Word. To use it (these instructions are for Word 2003):

  1. open word
  2. press alt-F11 to open the VBA editor
  3. enter the module in the normal section on the left side
    1. If there is no module in the open section, right click on normal and go to insert>module
  4. copy the text in the code block on the code converter page
  5. paste into the open module in the VBA editor
  6. select save in the editor, then close the window

in word:

  1. go to the tools menu and select customize
  2. select the Toolbars tab
  3. press New…
  4. give it a name, like Color Converter or something
  5. make the toolbar available to normal
  6. an empty toolbar will pop up somewhere on your screen
  7. now select the Commands tab
  8. find macros in the categories list
  9. drag the colorcodetowiki macro onto the new toolbar
  10. right click on the macro in the toolbar, the default style is icon only
  11. choose how you want it displayed/edit the icon
  12. drag the toolbar where you can easily access it
  13. close the toolbar popup
  14. close word

Adding items

These following steps show how to add an item for the main places to get items, if a step is not needed, skip it:

  1. Add the appropriate zone level/shop area to the respective All Zones or All Shops list
  2. Add the zone according to the Zone template or shopkeeper according to the shopkeeper template
  3. Add the boss according to the Boss template
  4. Create a page using the name of the item and paste the code output from my converter for the item's full lore
    1. Using the converter
    2. open word
    3. access color-code-list or use your own color codes (which should be added to the color code list page)
    4. the converter is designed for one item/string at a time
      1. but you can do multiple if you want, just move the first [[/span]] tag to the end of the item
    5. paste the item into a blank word document
    6. press the button you made for the converter macro
    7. create a page with the name of the item
    8. paste the output of the converter into the page you just created
    9. save the page
  5. Click on "+options" in the bottom right corner of your screen, then parent, and put in the name of the boss/shopkeeper
  6. Follow the breadcrumbs at the top of the page until you reach the respective All Zones or All Shops page.
  7. Include the item on the correct page and location using the [[include the-item-name-]] format
  8. Make sure you can reach the page the item is included on from the All Zones/All Shops page


  • Remove unneeded template patterns, these can be added back in later
  • If an item's location is unknown, add it to the Unknown Location page
  • You can add new organizations of items, like a list of rare items, all weapons, or cloth equipment, whatever. Just make sure you have a plan for the organization of the page, like by worn location/then level/then alphabetized.
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