Em. To remove a category, go to the page's Classic Editor. Look to the bottom right of the Classic Editor Page where there will be a section called 'Categories'. Find the Category that you want and there will be a 'Dustbin' Icon that pops up. Click on it and the Category is deleted. Proceed to press Publish to save any edits that you have done.
HELLO! I am duke! i have noticed an oncomming barrage of spammers/trollers on the wiki causing trouble heading towards this years halloween week! i try to keep up as much as i can but you know, no one has all the time in the world. But i have seen some vandalism as old as 3 days with no one knowing how to fix/remove it. i mean, it causes no long term damage but it can be shocking. So please if we can get some wiki admin activity for the upcomming events it would be great! As always keep up the good work!
Looking at the Mobile Preview on the edit page, it seems the data tables can't properly render the images of the seed/tree/item, but istead just show the entire spritesheets.
I don't have a mobile device to properly see how it looks, but if those don't work with mobile perhaps they should be removed. Then, I haven't seen anyone complain about it, so maybe it's just a nonissue after all.
Just checked for myself, and you're absolutely right. Seed colours also don't show up. Either way the sprite format causes a lot of confusion for editors, the Wombat database hasn't been updated in almost half a year, and looking up item ID's each time is a pain, so ditching them is probably a good idea.
The problem is that every item page would have to be fixed, and there's kind of a lot of those. Maybe it could be done alongside an overhaul of the infoboxes if we go through with it though.
If we are going to do any sort of major overhaul, I would want to do the major overhaul.
Get a uniform page layout that could accomodate all data for every item (including weird historical funfacts/trivia and all that).
Protect pages after they have all the info you could possibly want. (because "Dirt" doesn't really need to have over 200 edits, many of which are probably just vandalism/anti-vandalism. Nothing changes about it ever, it doesn't need to be editted more)
Go through and systematically update every page, probably in order of item ID to keep things orderly and ensure nothing is missed, then lock the page down. Probably take a while, but sitting down for a while every here and there just slowly knocking out pages I think it could get done within a reasonable timeframe.
That's how I'd want to do it if we did any sort of edit that would affect every page on the site. Might as well do it all up proper at that point, I think.