Additionally, I've set up a new navigation tree (via Gilead Guide|Narrative Themes|Relationships ...) to reach topic-related pages of that sort, and started referencing those pages from the "Notes" and "Trivia" sections of the episode articles (viatemplates, see e.g. Witness).
Let's hope some readers get the idea (and mood) and button in to work up story content...populating the Community section with some easy-to-read instructions will be the next task for me, I suppose. And finding a spot on the front page to blog-post the progressing state-of-the-art.
Still the new theme pages look a bit "naked" - maybe I can ask you to find me some pictures to illustrate them? That would be awesome.
Oh yes, the season finale was emotional indeed. And, you know, by decorating a plot depiction by appropriate screenshots you can save a lot of the "magic" of these moments for the readers (Imagecaption: Rebecca and her father's emotional reunion (Reunions) / (Literary techniques/Reunions)...). One of the reasons I contacted you.
For a start, just populate the infoboxes with screenshots somewhat related to the page topic or to one of the summarized plots. Say, a photo with June and Ofmatthew (Natalie) together on the "June and Natalie" page, Eden's (or another) bible on the "scripture" page.... and no hurry .
All infobox types should have "image" and "imagecaption" attributes, let me know where not.
Does this answer your question? Hope you share some of my thoughts.
PS: I activated the "Watercooler" forum in the Community area (Gilead Guide/Community). Maybe a good place to share some quick thoughts about technical stuff like, say, poorly decorated pages, mazy navigation, template issues ...
ooh ok I see, gotcha! I will try to find some time to help out with filling those pages with images. The next few weeks are a bit crazy with work but I will try to check in and report back when I get some free moments :)!
Ooh the Watercooler forum is new to me actually- I will have to check that out! sounds like a good place to post technical concerns.