Hi there. I see that you mentioned "Spaces aren't needed between the '=/==/===' and the header text." I agree with you (that spacing isn't needed), but (not to be rude or anything) they kinda are (they're at least "standard").
There are a few reasons why I find it irrelevant to place spaces between header formatting the header text itself. One being that it changes nothing in the final look of the article, the second being that it takes up unnecessary space (no pun intended) in the article itself. See this image for details. Notice that 135 bytes were removed from the page after I removed all the unneeded spaces. It may not seem like much, but if you add up all the unecessary spaces in all the articles, it's quite a substancial number. I'm just trying to keep load times quicker for users with slower internet connections by eliminated unneeed bits of space in said articles. Adding spaces may not have cosmetic effects on the final product, but the DO effect it in other ways. It's also overcomplicates source-code editing. At least in my opinion, having to read source-code with all those spaces is frusterating. It doesn't read "smoothly". But that's just me. :P Hope this helps.
Quick edit, look at the source code for this version of the Tigress page. Up until as early as April, this page has had no of the unnecessary spaces in headers since its conception in 2008! :)
I'm the one that started implementing the extra header spaces, and it was pretty much for aesthetic reasons. I thought the spacing helped make the source code text easier to read because it gave extra padding on the header titles and "helped the eyes rest" (a trick I learned in my document design classes). But I guess it was just me if I'm the only one that thought so. :/
I was also thinking it matched well with the extra spacing I'm trying to put in templates, like the character infobox. I was aiming for a nice, clean layout that was easy to read in source and matched everything else.
I still don't think header spaces add up enough to slow it down significantly (135 bytes in a wiki article, like you said, isn't really that much), but without getting into another discussion on that subject, I suppose it'll be better just to keep things small and get rid of the unnecessary stuff.
While we're on the topic, I should probably also apologize for all of the other unnotified format changes I've been doing lately. I'm still trying to write a Manual of Style so all of this stuff can be finalized and not cause confusing situations like this, but it's getting pretty detailed and I'm still experimenting with it. This was one of those experiments, and we can just cross it off if no one likes it.
On that same note: In the future, if I do some other unnotified change to the wiki (which I'll try not to do anymore, but I'll need to figure out a good, organized way to do it) and if anyone disagrees with it, just let me know about it. Don't keep your thoughts in the dark so I continue doing it to a bunch of articles and in the process confuse other users. :)
I am having problems downloading both Kung Fu Panda scores, I downloaded both to iTunes, but when they were done downloading I clicked on the files and iTunes opens but they are not there so I can't click on them to play them, can you help.
Did you remember to Unzip both the files? When you first download them, they are in 2 zipped files. Unzipping them will bring up two new folders. In those folders are all the songs. Just drag them into iTunes, and it should be fine. ALso make sure you have the latest version of iTunes.
I have a question for you, if you like My Little Pony: Friendship is magic why don't you come and join the wiki. We need as many editors as we can at the wiki and you seem perfect. And I also have a question, Who's your favorite pony?
The answer is simple in that I do not have to time nor motivation to edit. I barely even edit here. Lately it's mostly just been rollbacks and simple format/grammar fixes rather than whole content edits. I'm not very good at that, so I just try to keep things tidy around here wherever I can. I also moderate the chat. My favourite ponies are Twilight Sparkle and Princess Luna/Nightmare Moon.
It is not logical that Tai Lung would return in any sequel-based Kung Fu Panda media. The sheer thought of bringing back the main Antagonist of a story who has already had his run goes against the basic rules of storytelling altogether. However, we can assume that if Tai Lung were to return and meet Peng, Tai Lung would try to convert Peng to the "dark side", Peng would roll with it as is his personality, but would ultimately defy Tai Lung and bring a stop to the evil, as Peng is a good guy deep down. Remind you of anything? *cough* Star Wars *cough* "I'll never join you!"
You're roleplaying Tigress?!! That's awesome!! There's actually only one move I've seen her do more than once (besides the Tahlia leap). That scene where Po frees the five in KFP 2, and Tigress knocks away some of the wolves by punching them while straightening her hands. I'm not really sure how to describe it.
I'm not sure what you're trying to ask. If you're referring to the Furious Five, The Dragon Warrior, and the villains, they do in fact need Kung Fu, because it is essentialy the basis for the premise of the whole franchise. The original story was based on Kung Fu, it surely wouldn't be Kung Fu Panda without Kung Fu. However, Lord Shen is an exception to this. Lord Shen's Kung Fu skills are not exactly par and are quite makeshift, as if he has never really studied the art, but where he lacks in physical strength he makes up for intelligence and devious cunning, balancing for his lack of Kung Fu mastery.