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Hi, How do you add images to the bottom of the game's page ?
I have put up Scooby-Doo! Night of a 100 Frights, but it's not showing up in the "Playable" list. Just wondering if, where it shows "Status" when editing a page, I put Playable instead of a number, which I see you used a number when I viewed your Drakan page.
DKTronics 11:55, September 20, 2009 (UTC)
- Yep! Put '2' there to make it playable (maybe I should mention it somewhere?). To put (screenshot?) pictures to the bottom you'll have to add this codes:
<gallery> Image:<Put you image name here>|<any comment (may be ommited)> </gallery>
Try it out! :) --Ngng 12:05, September 20, 2009 (UTC)