Vermintide 2 Wiki

To anyone with administrative access, the Wiki main page could use some small edits.[]

Directly under the "Heroes & Careers" section of the Main Page Top section, here are a couple of changes I would make if I could (I'll delete this Talk entry once something is done, whether it's edits on my behalf or relinquishing the protection status.):

  • The icons/links for the Bretonnian Longsword and Bretonnian Sword and Shield are missing. For your convenience, I believe copying/pasting these would suffice: Bretonnian Longsword.png BretonnianSwordAndShield.png
    (Also, it kind of bugs me that there's an inconsistency with the existing icons, in that someone went out of their way to delete the spaces between them for Kruber only, but all other weapon icons have spaces between them. Maybe either add the spaces back in for Kruber's icons or remove them from everyone else's?)
  • The link to Sister of the Thorn is wrapped to the right half, placed above Victor Saltzpyre rather than below Shade. If possible, please find a way to prevent the link from being forced over due to, I assume, too many lines on the left side. I'm not an expert at this, but perhaps it's as simple as adding more line breaks after the Quotes link, just before the end of the "Heroes box" which reads, "The following line breaks are to prevent splitting grouped content between two columns." If this is truly how to fix the alignment issue shifting things over to the wrong side, then I would assume the line breaks may also need to be removed in the future when the last two careers are added for Victor and Sienna. For now, however, it looks awkward as-is, so I would suggest more line breaks to force Sister of the Thorn back to the bottom of the left side, and Victor Saltzpyre to the top of the right side.

Thank you,
--Sir Duckyweather (talk) 21:58, 17 July 2021 (UTC)

It looks like Ogkspaz7754 is the active admin here, so try asking them directly. If you don't get a response in a few days, leave me a message. —Moviesign (talk) 02:38, 18 July 2021 (UTC)