Define spam message wall posts constantly. I'm new at this. Also what you do mean if the matters are not of this wiki, then please ask him on a different wiki where the topic is more applicable. spamming the wiki?
Firstly, when it comes to replies, I ask that you reply to my original post (here) rather than making a new post on my wall.
Secondly, spam is defined to be repeatedly posting messages in the same area within the same timeframe. It is seen from your contributions (here's a screenshot, for example) that you are repeatedly adding topics to Robergestudios's wall, and repeatedly commenting on that same post. A simple suggestion would be to edit your original post (as seen here) so you are not repeatedly posting messages; instead your original message will be in one message box.
Thirdly, when I mean "matters that are not of this wiki", I'm talking about what you mention on this thread. "Baylene", "Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon and dragon master knight", and "Nitestone, Glowblade, and Evo" are not related to the Sly Cooper series in the slightest, which is the main topic of this wiki. Instead of discussing it with Robergestudios's wall on this wiki, we kindly ask that you discuss it on a more approriate wiki - for example, Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon would be more suitable for a discussion on Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki. Better yet, you could talk to Robergestudios on here about any topic, rather than talking here.
That is all I ask. If you have any more questions, please post them as a reply to this thread. Thank you!
So, I thought about it for a bit, and while the current trophies situation works (with the TrophyBox template) I think that a few changes could definitely benefit the situation. If you take a look at my Sandbox page, you can see my suggestion (you'll have to edit the page, since it is code). Of course, it won't do much until it is implemented as an actual Template, but hopefully you'll be able to get the general gist.
Along with that, I suggest that trophies relating to certain pages be placed in their own section, underneath all other sections, but above any NavBoxes (obviously). This also means that we would put any and all trophies relating to the page under the Trophy heading. For example, on the page A Stealthy Approach, there would be the trophy "Learn the Ropes", as well as "True Thievius Raccoonus", since it is necessary to get the first in order to obtain the second.
Any feedback would be appreciated, and if you do see any errors in my coding, please let me know, so I can (hopefully) fix it.
I've been tinkering with your trophy code and here's what it's looking like so far. I changed everything into lower-case because it's a lot easier to keep track and you don't have to worry about when stuff is uppercase and when it isn't, etc. I still have a little bit to go with the "#ifeq" bits; I don't even think it's applicable in this situation because you're not comparing two things; you're simply inputting a string and expecting it to spit out a value corresponding to that string.
Regarding the bit about listing all trophies, Electric and I decided that it wouldn't be necessary because it would imply that one would have to do A Stealthy Approach and would be able to do no other job, in order to obtain the True Thievius Raccoonus trophy. Plus, it would force us to list that trophy on every single walkthrough page, which didn't seem efficient. Thus, we list trophies that can be obtained only in that specific Job.
Don't want to jump to any conclusions, but I, of course, have noticed her behavior as well, and have looked at her profile on other wikis, just to see if this sort of thing was normal for her. She does the same thing on wikis such as the Ben10 wiki, and after being asked to stop multiple times, she got banned. I'm not saying we should do this, but the past is oftentimes a clear indication of the future.