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Multi-platform, future-ready infoboxes
Currently developed by: Isaac / FishTank - originally developed by: various community members
Developer(s) notes: Many templates available in Draft form for review / testing.
Status last updated: 2017-03-13

Page location: User:FishTank/sandbox
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Hello! I'm Isaac, and I'm representing Fandom's Vanguard team and Community Technical Staff. We help communities adopt new technologies and features, like content portability. We've identified Mass Effect Wiki as a high priority for introducing the Portable Infobox tool, which has a lot of benefits for your community. Rather than get into all of the metrics and numbers (though I can present some of those if you're interested), I'll keep it simple. I'd like to reproduce as much as possible the look and feel of your desktop infoboxes in global CSS, and work to update the Infobox templates themselves so that they can be accessible on any current and future platform. Maintaining them if you want to make changes should be very simple.

I've done this for some of your most commonly used Infoboxes; can you test and potentially approve the drafts? We'd really like to get these approved on your community, and we would appreciate your go-ahead. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks!

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