A while ago, I remember seeing an article on here saying the 2003 Turtles were 20 years old by the end of Turtles Forever. However, I can no longer find that article and now I'm feeling like that information was incorrect.
What I wanted to ask is: Is there an article on the Wiki that describes the 2003 Turtles' ages? If so, is it factual?
Well, maybe episodes that hint that one year passed can help. On the Christmas episode one year passed. In the future they were one year. So probably they were adults at the end of Turtles Forever. 18-19 years old maybe. Just like the 2007 movie turtles.
Will these do? The black and white background colors are so they contrast well no matter what stylesheet is being used by the wiki or individual wiki users. Let me demonstrate again using a pure grey background:
It's also possible to use Template:color directly, which I also whipped up on the spot and which all these other specific color templates are using. It's possible to have no border color at all:
Also, be a little bit more mindful with accuracy of recalling events in your edits. For instance, Mikey did goof around with Donnie's Retro-Mutagen experiment, but he did not ruin it/mess it up. In fact, in the beginning of "Battle for New York, Part 1", it was Mikey's goofy antics that perfected the Retro-Mutagen.
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This feature includes some really insightful statistics that should allow you guys to inform some wiki decisions, such as:
Top viewed pages
# of page views (daily over the past 30 days)
Most visited files
Desktop vs mobile sessions
So as I mentioned above, this feature is really great as it allows you to see what areas are doing very well and how you can capitalise on them. For example, the tool shows the wiki's current most popular page by some distance is Jennika. You could take a look at that article and see if there is any more content that can be added to it to really flesh it out and give readers more information on this character they're interested in. The more rich (but not irrelevant or repetitive) information you can have on an article, the better its search engine optimisation will be. That's just one way this tool is super useful! :)
Hopefully you like this feature, it's been highly requested for some time and we would really appreciate your feedback on it. For more help with it, please feel free to ask me questions and also refer to these two super useful articles: