This thread's purpose is to serve as a general list for things that need to be HTMLized. One of the biggest issues with the transition from an article being completed to it being HTMLized is that there's no communication between the authors and the coders as to what
even needs to be HTMLized in the first place. This thread is for author's to post when they have finished an article and for HTML coders to claim works and divide them up fairly and efficiently. To post that something needs to be HTMLized, there's no format, just link to the article's thread and provide any extra details as you see necessary.
The list below links to articles that need to be HTMLized and, if claimed, will include the claimant's name in parenthesis next to it. When the claimant posts a thread with a WIP of the HTML, it will be provided in brackets between the article hyperlink and the HTMLer's name. When finished and uploaded to the site, articles on the list will be moved to the archives list in a hidden tag below. Furthermore, when things are finished, this thread gives me a handy list of what I need to look over for correctness and uploading.
The directory where the images for in-game articles are uploaded to is this: /media/ingame/images/
and the HTMLer should make sure that all of his or her image tags point to that and point to the correct filename. What this means is that when you get the file AxtOpx767.png from Photobucket (or wherever the author uploaded it) it is going to be up to you to do the following:
1. Download the image and rename it. Use the format articlename_description.jpg/png. No spaces, underscore between article name and description, and don't forget to add the extension at the end. Here's an example: /media/ingame/images/ingame_index_brendan.pngHTML:
2. Put the IMG tag into your HTML pointing at this new image with the correct new name.
3. Rehost it in a ZIP file to preserve the image name. Link to this file in the same post as the HTML. If you have at least one badge, you may also want to look into using Smogon attachments. Keep in mind, though, that for each image extension there's a size limit attached to it, so if your file exceeds that limit it will be converted automatically into another format and that'll cause a quality drop. You can read more about attachments' specifics when attempting to upload one. Furthermore, if you have more than one image, you may zip them all into one file. But do not use rar / 7zip or some other format. Use ZIP. I will then get this file and have your images uploaded.