I'm sorry that I've been absent for a while. I've had some things going on outside of the internet and I'm also limiting my online time due to a carpal tunnel problem, but I feel like I've neglected updating the wiki. My apologies for that.
Lemon the Cat mentioned to me that it's very difficult to edit the table the way that I set it up for someone who doesn't know how to do it in the script editor. I have two options for this. I could write up a guide for how to manipulate the table codes, but this would likely be very long and complicated and would probably involve a lot of learning about the script editor, so it would be work-intensive to use. The other option is that I could try to create a table that doesn't require using the script editor to manipulate it, but I'm not even sure if that's possible without making the pages look cluttered and messy. The current template makes the porportions of the cells constant, and I don't know if there's a way to do that using the table creator in the page edit session. I would appreciate it if you could let me know what you would prefer!
Secondly there comes the question of images. At the moment I have a copy of (almost) all of the catisserie pet images saved to my computer in a folder, so that if Pero replaces old images with updated versions I will still have a copy of the old image that can be added to the wiki page under the old images section. However, as the site progresses there are only going to be more cats added, and I'm a bit worried about how much space that will take up on my laptop. I have a macbook pro that actually has a lot of memory, but right now I'm working on installing a windows partition on it so that will likely decrease the amount of memory I have by quite a lot. I'm thinking about uploading the images to google drive, but if people would rather just forgo the image saving alltogether then we can do that. Any opinions about this?
Finally, I'm missing a few images that I would like to add to the old images sections on the wiki. Does anyone have the first images for the adult snow leopard one? These are the images where they are standing and facing to the left instead of walking.