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Supported shortcodes: dl, wf

Shortcodes are formatted as [shortcode option="text"]

dl has 5 options: adv, d, wp, w, e. Names are lowercase underscored, i.e. g_elisanne or dear_diary. They get replaced anywhere in the main container currently, including the title. One caveat: syntax highlighting will prevent replacement, which is probably intended behavior unless you wanted icons in your code blocks.

inline [dl adv="chelsea"] text

inline [dl adv="chelsea"] text

wf has 2 options: special and name. special brings up the full gif and shouldn't be inlined. name brings up the small pixel walking animation, which is built for inline text. Unfortunately since names aren't quite localized, you'll need to know the internal name for them, which can be... pretty strange. Submit suggestions for nicknames to me (kev) or chu. Names and nicknames can be found here.

bercetia [wf name="dimension_witch"]
[wf special="dimension_witch"]

bercetia [wf name="dimension_witch"]
[wf special="dimension_witch"]

Role Explanation

Contributors can submit drafts and look at other drafts, but cannot edit any drafts they don't own or publish anything.

Authors can submit and publish their own drafts, but cannot edit other drafts.

Editors can submit and publish all drafts.

Administrators can do like.. anything.

Writing and Editing

Ghost uses a variant of Markdown by default. If you've ever used Discord or Reddit's formatting options, it's the same thing here, which is pretty handy. If you find that there's too much space between lines, that's because each enter creates a new paragraph; you need to shift+enter or use the actual Markdown tab if you don't want that behavior.

Use excerpts especially if you're using shortcodes - they're in the settings option in the top right. That's what shows up in previews when linked in Discord. Shortcodes don't get replaced so your auto-generated excerpts are going to be pretty strange.

Post images are placed in the top right, under the title if need be. Horizontal images work best.

Adding contact form

The first and second forms (contact-name and contact-response) are optional and can be excluded if you don't feel they're important. The thanks message is also up to you (probably just thanks?)




Thanks!

<div id="contact-form">
    <input id="contact-name" type="text" placeholder="name">
    <br>
    <input id="contact-response" type="text" placeholder="discord or email (optional)">
    <br>
    <textarea id="contact-msg" rows="4"></textarea>
    <br>
    <button id="contact-submit" type="button">send</button>
</div>
<div id="thanks">
    <p>Thanks!</p>
</div>