Hi, I am trying to contact someone with a bit of knowledge. I have noticed there are no charts for experience levels. Maybe I just missed them. Mostly I am just looking for the crat of the wiki, I guess.
No problem. Some things like formatting take a bit of practice. :)
For the record, the images wouldn't center because of the "thumb" part of the image code. It makes an image left justify regardless of the "text-align" style. There's no real reference for that sort of stuff, it's just things you pick up on as you go.
Stick with it, you'll get a handle on it quickly. Thanks for editing that page. I'm probably going to copy that code, or redirect another page there. It's been on my To Do list.
I'm afraid you're mistaken. One of the best features of the wiki is that it tracks all edits and lists either the user name or the IP address of the person who made the edit. If you check the History of your page (click the down arrow on the "Edit" button), you'll see the various edits to your page. To summarize the edits, you created the page, I fixed some spelling, a person with the IP 188.8.131.52 deleted all the content, and then I reverted the vandalism a few moments ago. The "prev" link beside each edit allows you to see what changed for that edit, if you would like to examine these edits for yourself.
The reason I originally suggested creating a guide page with your own name was so that no one else would have the right to remove the content. We probably wouldn't allow that sort of content on a main article--we might remove such content from the Barbarian page, for instance--but it is perfectly acceptable in the form of a personal guide.
As stated earlier, I have reinstated all the content that the anonymous user removed. I will add your guide to my watch list so I can keep an eye out for any future vandalism. Please continue to build your guide, and thanks again for contributing to the community!