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Okay, apparently somebody did some unique editing and I have no idea what just happened. Isn't questart exactly the same as fanart? Weren't the codes merged? And what's with the Line Plus lines? Are those special wiki versions of "This is a proper linebreak"? --Tokoshoran 01:52, 29 June 2014 (CEST)

Yes, the questart / fanart templates are identical. One literally redirects to the other. It doesn't really matter which you use, except for editing conventions.

The other stuff you're describing is table formatting. The {| and |} Mark the beginning and end of the table, each | a new column, and each |- starts a new row. Looks like LionsPhil provided you with table formatting to line up the text and images in columns, like you were asking after in meep. -Dakdo 03:07, 29 June 2014 (CEST)

Ah, I see. That certainly is helpful. I've gone and made a unified copy of it for the sake of /icons/ images, since they're never larger than 64 pixels. This way, I don't need to worry about messing up the cell size just because of a longer name. --Tokoshoran 05:38, 29 June 2014 (CEST)

Yeah, sorry, I thought I made it clear enough in meep that that was me trying something for you; I replied with a link to the table markup docs too. The main reason for the questart/fanart split is so that we can change them independently in the future if there is some reason to, and very weakly so that we preserve better semantics if one day we want to scrape wiki pages for stuff.--LionsPhil 12:08, 29 June 2014 (CEST)