I've just undone the changes you, probably inadvertently, made to the Infobox/Character template - which is used by every character page on the wiki. Almost all data, for every character, was displaying incorrectly, and no infobox images were being displayed.
Don't get me wrong please, you really are welcome here. Your edits have been good and you clearly enjoy the series and the wiki.
Let me know if you want to learn how to do the slightly more technical things and I'm happy to set you up so that you can learn without problems.
Just please don't edit Templates.
See you on the wiki.
P.S. Mistakes happen, apart from anything else they are the best way to learn. If you do make one, and we all do, just let me or another active admin know.
Oh gosh, I'm so sorry about that. I was just confused about how to use the template, and I didn't realize that my finagling with it would mess it up for everyone. I think I might have figured it out since then, but would you be able to link me to instructions on how people usually use it, just in case I'm wrong?
Anyway, thank you for being patient. Huge \W/ fan and I love the wiki, so I appreciate you letting me know about this and not just banning me.
Thanks for getting back to me, and no worries, it was obviously just a mistake. I'm good at spotting those because I've made a few myself...
You can safely make changes to templates like Infoboxs by creating a sandbox area to work in, somewhere you can change and test things before you copy those changes into the "live" templates. I'll dig out some instructions for you later today.
Thanks for your change to Delos Incorporated, splitting employees into current and past.
Please don't take this the wrong way, your edit is very welcome, as are you - but are you sure that splitting the list is the right thing to do? Because of the multiple timelines or non-linear narrative theory I mean.
In a story where our point of view in time is obvious, I think it's sensible to split members of an organization into past or present. Where the story is being told in a non-linear way, as I suspect WW is, it's less obvious what "Now" is.