Cutest character: Mary from Dreaming Mary :P Too cute for words.
I can't stop laughing at "Dead: When People Are Killed". Time to brainstorm...
Hahaha yep! He's the son of a very well-revered head priest after all.
Alright, thanks a bunch. :)
Yeah I did. XD It seems that no matter what I write in my CSS box, even just an "a" or something, my text background will turn red.
Hmm nope, still doesn't work. /: The text background still turns red no matter what I put there. It only turns back to normal after I remove everything in the CSS box. Thanks though.
Haha yeah that's what I did, but for some reason no matter what happens, the text background turns red, even if none of the colour codes I put there are red.
Hi, I was just fiddling around with the CSS as a total noob with help from the basic CSS guide, and no matter what I add all it does is to change my text background red, which is not what I want to do. Does anyone know how I can change the background color or something? Thanks a bunch!
author=Ratty524author=KirrohaThe stars listed besides a game is the average based on the reviews themselves. I don't really know how it's all calculated, but I think that one review that gave 5/5 stars is kind of out-weighing everything else for the time being.
Can someone explain why all the reviews say 5 stars but are clearly critical reviews? Also why is the reviews tab gone from the main page? I don't understand.
For your second question, I think the author can remove that tab from his pages, and I really hope it's not for a petty advertising reason as to why...
No, I'm talking about why all the reviews here: http://rpgmaker.net/games/6183/reviews/ look like they're five stars /: Even though this is clearly a 1 or 2 star review, it was listed there as 5 stars.
So it's definitely hacking then? O: Can an admin figure out what is going on? I'm really curious.