You’re very, very welcome! I’m glad you found that helpful, I used to have issues with it when I first started as an admin and I found that this method is much easier and you don’t have to worry about asking everyone for an e-mail.
Thank you for the message, darling!
Ah yes that one’s mine! Okay, do you just want to know where to put your “about” or “biography” information? There should be a piece in the code that says <!——- You can replace the text below with your information. ———-> , under that you can put in the “about” or “biography” stuff, basically the long paragraph(s) of writing.
For the short line of information (Name. Age. Etc.), you want to look for the piece of code that says <!——- put some basic info, no more than a line. ———-> (make sure it’s above the piece that says <div id=”newyork”> )
If you would like to replace the short line for a quote/song lyric, just look for the part that says <!——- Put a quote here or an alternate title or whatever ———-> , then put in the line that you’d like to have there (just make sure you have it before <!——- End of your quote or title thing ———-> )
If you still have questions, please let me know and I would be glad to help you with that. There should be some notes like the ones above that I put in the code to help you out, but if it’s not clear I’d be more than happy to answer any other questions you have. Thank you for using my page, by the way!
Hello sweetheart, I’d be glad to help you with that, but could you please let me know which about page you’re referring to? There are a few linked on this blog that I could help you with as far as coding questions, but not all of them are mine (only those reblogged from rachelboory belong to me).
If you could please let me know which page you’re using and what sort of info you’re trying to add, I can look at the code and help you out.
Hello sweetheart! Thank you for that intro, first of all, you’re a sweetie. I’m not sure what age range you’re looking for, but these options should help you. Here are a few FCs that might work for your character:
Hey there darling! A voice claim is similar to a face claim, but instead of choosing a face to match a character, you choose a singer that matches the voice that a person has in mind. If you’re referring to the voice claim link in my navigation, I’ve done a few of those for a roleplay that used to have a voice claim for each character, I don’t see it very often but sometimes you have a singing voice in mind that’s different from the actual face, I suppose.
I think fashion sense would be something you play out in the characterization of a character rather than the FC, unless you wanted an FC that has gifs that would suggest questionable fashion sense?
Aw, I’m glad it worked on your computer, love.
We all have tiny headcanons about our characters that are sometimes difficult to keep track of, and sometimes we don’t have to remember them all. However, if you want to keep track of even the smallest things, there are a couple of ways of doing them. I would consider compiling the information somewhere that you can easily access it and reference it when you need to. If you have a few characters, it may be a good idea to create an “about” page on each character’s account. You can have their biography on that page, along with any details that you feel are relevant. You can easily add things to the list, and it could be like a fun trivia type page for others to look at as well. If you have several characters and you think it would be too much work to have separate pages on each account, perhaps try making a page with all of your characters, the biography of each character, and the details you would like to remember (you can even do both of these options). Checking your biography often is also important, we all tend to forget what we initially wrote for a character, but the more you refresh yourself on the biography, the more you will remember it. As for a way to remember things in general, that would just be an issue of memory and memorization, I guess. You could possibly do some memory exercises or something along those lines. You probably don’t have a problem with remembering things, it may just be that all of your characters are sometimes hard to keep track of. I’ll give you a few helpful links for general help with remembering things, though, just in case.
Unfortunately, Hollywood roleplays get a bit of a bad rap, and there are quite a few out there that you will likely have to compete with.
I would recommend putting work into your graphics, make them different from the general layout that Hollywood roleplays use. Your plot is also plays a huge role in getting people to apply. Most Hollywood roleplays I see are about scandals, some type of reality show, or are completely ship driven, something along those lines. I would try to stray away from that, or put an interesting spin on the typical plots. I would also invest a lot of time in your biographies, make the characters in-depth personalities. If they are based on real people, you can either stick to reality or create personalities and details about their lives based on what they know. If you are creating new characters, then try to stay away from the usual stereotypes for celebrities in Hollywood.
A headcanon is something regarding your character that has not happened in canon, that is not specified or has not been addressed. As an independent player, you may have headcanons regarding your character, such as the school they attended as a child, an event that happened in their past, etc. It would be something that has not necessarily occurred in gameplay but that you have decided is canon.
I hope this makes sense, if not, I can try to clarify that for you.
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