Not sure tbh, I always use the classic editor mode. I took a look at the visual editor mode and couldn't figure it out either.
It's case sensitive (although I always forget which is correct), so try either "yes" or "Yes", whichever one works, lol.
Yeah, what Aschiffer said. Actually just class="wikitable" is sufficient. "wikitable article-table" is redundant.
Hm... Changing the color of the cells is easy (though maybe tedious). I'm not sure how to change the width/color of the gridlines though.
Do you want the tables to just be like the ones that come with the template (like the phonology charts)? Or do you want to change those too?
Well, for one, I would generally prefer you not. I like it when the wiki has a cohesive appearance from page to page.
But if you must insist, that would depend on what you mean by texture. You can change the color of the tables, if that's what you mean.
"Esoteric language with only vowels" brings this to mind.
Some initial feedback:
If you're aiming for a naturalistic language, then you've already run into some problems. To start with, consonant sounds can broadly be divided into sonorants and obstruents. Sonorants are typically voiced (voiceless sonorants are rare typologically), while obstruents, if a voicing contrast is not present, are usually voiceless by default. So to have a language with only voiced consonants is unusual, if not entirely unheard of.
To not allow word-medial consonants at all is also weird, and I suspect unheard of. If this is the case, it would imply that you either only have monosyllabic words (which is unusual; even Mandarin has polysyllabic words), or you have vowels separated primarily by hiatus, which is something that languages tend not to tolerate for long.
Finally, you kind of contradict yourself. You say purely analytical, no inflection or particles, and includes grammatical case markers. Now, being purely analytical doesn't disallow particles (which are seaparate words by definition, and therefore not inflection). But at the same time, grammatical case markers either are inflectional affixes or particles, so if you have grammatical case marking then you must have one or the other.
Hope that helps. And hope to see you around in the chat!
I'm not sure what Facebook has to do with anything, but you can find the pages you've already created here: Special:Contributions/Hinotema. That page logs every edit you make on this wiki.
We also generally prefer that you keep all of your information about a given conlang on one page, or in subpages of the conlang's main page. That keeps the wiki more organized.
If it doesn't do any of that, tell us what it /does/ do.
If you already have a description of it written, you can just post that.
The only people who can delete the page entirely are the admins (and Wikia staff). Other people could conceivably remove the content from the page, but you could simply undo that if it were to occur.
Let me know if you have any other questions, regarding the wiki or conlanging! I'll be happy to help.
No, there is not. (Not without preventing you from editing it as well, anyway.) However, it is highly unlikely anyone would do so, apart from correcting typos. And on the off chance that someone did, you (or someone else) could simply undo their edits. (You can view any page's history and undo the latest edit, or if they made multiple edits you can ask me and I can undo all of their edits.) You don't really have anything to be concerned about.
In the fields from NounCases to Phonology, you simply enter a percentage, that's up to your discretion. There aren't any criteria established for you to judge them upon, simply how complete you feel they are. For the Words field, it's the actual number of words you've created, or an estimate, and in the TargetLexiconSize field you put how many words you're aiming for. (It used to always be like 1500, but some people found that inconvenient for minimalist langs.)
Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
No idea. I never use the Connect to Facebook option on any site. Try asking on the Community Central wiki, they might be able to help.
Gibberish, it's working fine for me. What exactly is it doing?
His [ɥ] isn't even remotely close. It sounds something like [l] instead. o.O