OK, the very first thing I noticed is that the example on your "PortalBox" page used "Portalbox", and then from there see that right now there exists both Template:PortalBox and Template:Portalbox which are similar but not quite identical. Looks like the second one was only edited once so I'm guessing was a mistake, so I've gone ahead and made Portalbox redirect to PortalBox.
Second thing I notice is that part of the problem with your autograph example is that you've got the order of name and image that it expects flipped around. But even adjusting that, the image still isn't showing...
But I think I see why. For one thing, the Crop template was being sent the image with "image=" and the filename, but it wasn't made to actually interpret being given an image parameter, so I made it accept it. Also, it seems like its sizes use the format with numbers followed by px, and PortalBox wasn't sending those. I added that on, too. NOW... well, the example at Template:PortalBox works, but the sizes aren't quite a perfect fit.
Some partial progress on the other stuff. It looks like the effect it's doing when you hover over is by fading between two similar portal boxes with different color settings. I copied over what seemed to be the relevant part of their Wikia.css which has the stuff about class="spanse" and whatnot. And Template:Portal Fukumura Mizuki does seem to do the fading thing now.
However, the font isn't right. It looks like at the other wiki they have this font file uploaded, but when I try to upload it here it tells me it's not a permitted file type and lists the regular image/audio types it allows. I tried looking at common web-safe font families for an alternative, but none seem very close to that style.
Looking up how fonts are added at Fandom, I read about it being in the Common.css file, so I tried directly copying the relevant section from the loona one, hoping it could just load up the font from what they'd uploaded, but I don't think it's working. Or it could just be one of those things that will take a while to work through the system. At any rate, if it's not working by the time you see this, might want to consider choosing a more boring standard font.
I just joined discord, and couldn't help but notice you had several Idol wo Sagase! DVDs!
I have been trying to find them at a decent price, but have also gone back and forth debating wether to buy them or not, since the only reason for buying them is to check the content and post it here on the wiki :D I have Idol wo Sagase 3, and have created a page for it.
Which leads me to my question; or rather request: do you have the chance upload these to like Jpopsuki?
Hello! I added the Member Infobox template to the Up-Front Group Wiki, and changed it so that it has a Legal Name option. I think it would be useful if the Member Infobox template here also has that. I think this option would be useful for girls like Abe Natsumi who got married and changed their last name (i.e. Aida Shokos birth name is different from her stage name, which is also different from her legal name after marriage).
OK, the problem is that the # character is one of those that can't be in a page name. For all of those links you make above, since they have the same beginning it's going to the same Teichiku DVD Karaoke Super 10 page and trying to go to subsections of the page called 102, 107, or 142--but they don't exist so it just leaves you at the top.
Another page with a similar problem is C BOX for the album C:BOX since a colon also can't be used. The solution is just to make the page names without the objectionable character and leave a notice about the correct name. It looks like C BOX uses a template for this, but is (until now) the only page to need it.
Sure. If you go to the File page for one of the Grouplink images (say, File:Grouplink-juicejuice.jpg), you will see it redirects you to another image. In this case, File:Artist-juice-20190712.jpg. That naming format is what we've been uploading the new images for that section since... probably whenever the Group Link page got split off, so best to continue following that. Anyway, we'll pretend there's a new Artist-juice-20190908.jpg file uploaded to the wiki. Back in File:Grouplink-juicejuice.jpg though it redirects you, it will also show "Redirected from File:Grouplink-juicejuice.jpg". Follow that link and it will take you here. If you then Edit that page it's a simple redirect.
So just update that to instead be
and save, and that's that. It may take a while for the Group Links page to refresh with the new image.
Another part of this is the source of the images. If you go to the helloproject.com Artist page, that's where the images come from--but there is a little trick. This will vary by browser, but if I right-click on the Juice=Juice image I can choose "View Image" and then the browser window will load up just that image, which is at the URL http://cdn.helloproject.com/img/artist/m/b0d0f1fa74c3b8c7aa8261da6aade75322d336df.jpg . Sometime or other I noticed a larger version being used elsewhere on the site, and the only difference was that the /m/ part was an /o/. So for any of the image URLs you get from the artist page, change the /m/ to an /o/ and you'll get something like this, the higher quality version of the Juice=Juice image. Which then gets saved as Artist-juice-YYYYMMDD.jpg.
Check this out. I've made a copy of Portal at Template:PortalTest to try some changes without altering the original one until done. What I've done right now is replace all the hardcoded mentions of 140 pixels with the parameter psquare (which defaults to 140 if not given).
Over at Template:PortalTest/ANGERME I copied Portal/ANGERME but changed all the psquares to 70, making them about half original size. Obviously this throws all the current pictures out of whack, but it helps give an idea of how the size would affect things. It does get a little narrower overall, but the text limits how much smaller it can get.
Earlier I changed Portal/ANGERME so it uses the LSI template for grabbing pictures, much as the MB templates do. This should make things simpler, so just editing LSI affects lots of things.
Something else I just noticed in the Morning Musume one. In the text you have some sections like
to make sure things have the same number of rows and line up properly. That is good, but a slight improvement is instead of using - use & n b s p ; (minus the spaces) which is just the HTML code for a blank space. If you put in a regular blank space it just ignores it, but writing it the long way forces it to actually make the new line.
I am sorry if I am spamming your wall, but I was thinking about the page for H!P All stars. (straight to the point!)
The group was in 2004 seen as a shuffle unit. With the release of the mega best albums, it is clear that H!P All Stars never was a shuffle unit. It was a special unit. Since the song was included on the mega best special unit and not mega best shuffle unit:
It was probably an edit by you before this account was set up, but I remember when a while back the ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL! page was changed for this reason, it seemed sound, and I don't think anybody has tried putting it back.
I'd suggest including something similar to your second paragraph from the above message explaining why it is different. Coming in among the 2001 2002 2003 2005 shuffles it's easy to see it that way, and even Tsunku brings it up in his comments, though Google doesn't do a very clear job of translating here.