From Nookipedia, the Animal Crossing wiki
These are the basics for formatting the text and the articles.
Note: Please do not create articles merely for the sake of filling red links. Remember to put as much effort as you can, even when creating a short article. Otherwise, the article will be deleted.
To create an article, you can do a few things.
Once you create an article, keep in mind of the basic criteria for each article.
Articles benefit from the following:
These tags are basic HTML tags. You can wrap a begin tag with <tag> and the end tag with </tag> around the desired text to produce the effects below. For instance, using <b>Text></b> makes Text bold. Logical tags are an alternate way to format the text, so <strong> still makes Text bold.
Note: You can also use double apostrophes ( ' ) around text to italicize it, from ''Animal Crossing'' to Animal Crossing. Triple apostrophes (''') are used the same way, but they are used to bold the text.
You can change the color of the text with the following:
Make sure you remove the parentheses while you are filling in the parameters.
An alternate way is to use
Note: For additional colors, you can visit the list of web supporting colors to change the text into any color. You can use the hex code or the color's name to change the text into any color from that list. If you are using the hex code, make sure it has the # mark and that there are no spaces between the number.
For instance, if you want to use magenta, use
For instance, this format
results in this:
You can add sections to an article with two ==. Adding three === creates subsections, and adding four ==== creates subsections within subsections and so on. Obviously, you need to create sections to organize the article. Usually, however, smaller articles do not need to be divided into sections.
To clear sections so images and infoboxes do not interfere with the next section, you can add
The basic method to place images and similar files to an article is to use double brackets [[ ]]. A common additional parameter include |thumb, which reduces the image to a thumbnail and allows a caption to be displayed below. Images can be resized with the |xpx paramter such as |109px.