Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes VI (Do Not Post Current Politics or Political Figures Here)

With a General Election here!

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The CCTLDs seem off.
Please can someone help me create an infobox, not sure how to do so and get the CSS to work before I upload my screenshot for an ATL political borough on here - a new one in Cambridgeshire!

Anyone got the HTML code, much welcomed! :)
i'd appreciate the help!
Just edit the Wikipedia page and press "Preview changes" when you're done. For bigger projects, it might be better to use a sandbox page so you don't have to worry about accidentally publishing the changes.
At least, that's how I do infoboxes, and it's the process I've seen most other people describe as well. I don't think that HTML or CSS is necessary.
 
Here is another animal infobox for all you good people! This creature is a large ape that lives in the Himalayas and is a cousin to the Sasquatch of North America. Introducing the Yeti!

Cryptids, fictional animals and fearsome critters as real animals series
Jackalope (Lepus tempermentalus)
Unicorn (Equus monoceros)
Chupacabra (Canis vampyrus)
Hodag (Canis hodag)
Hugag (Alces hugag)
Vampire (Homo vampyrus)
Agropelter (Pongo craniofractens)
Elf (Homo eldar)
Drop bear (Phascolarctos kindynos)
Bunyip (Hippopotamus australis)
Leprechaun (Homo luchorpản)
Nandi bear (Ursus africana)
Sasquatch (Gigantopithecus sasquatch)
Skunk ape (Gigantopithecus sasquatch floridensis)
Yeti (Gigantopithecus himalayans) (you are here)

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The Yeti (Gigantopithecus himalayans), also known as the Abominable Snowman, the Meh-Teh in Himalayan folklore and sometimes called the Snow ape and the Himalayan sasquatch, is a rare species of ape that lives in the Himalayan Mountains of Asia. It is likely descended from the extinct Gigantopithecus that died out roughly 300 thousand years ago. It is closely related to the Orangutan of Asia, the Sasquatch of North America and the Yowie of Australia.

Description, weight and height

Adult yetis are typically between 6 and 7 feet (1.8-2.13 meters) tall, though the largest ones on record stood up to about 10 feet (3 meters) tall. In weight, they normally weight 200 and 400 pounds (91 to 181 kilograms). This makes the yeti the second largest living ape and primate on Earth only after its close cousin the sasquatch. Male sasquatches are typically larger than females in both height and weight.

Their footprints are also the second largest of any primate in length, being up to 13 inches (33.02 centimeters) long. However, their width is bigger than that of a sasquatch, reaching up to 9.8 inches (24.89 centimeters) wide.

Much like the sasquatch, the skin color of the yeti is usually with gray or light black, though some have pinkish colored skins. While their hair color is usually either reddish-brown (similar to that on its close relative, the orangutan), brown, gray, or black, the most famous examples have white colored hair.

History and relations with humans

The yeti is though to be a descendent of the extinct ape the Gigantopithecus, which went extinct around 300 thousand years ago. The Gigantopithecus is also the likely ancestor of the Sasquatch of North America and the Yowie of Australia.

Before officially being discovered, various Himalayan people would tell tales about the yeti and some would even worship the creature as a god.

It wouldn't be until In 1975 that the creature would officially be discovered. While on an expedition to the Himalayas, scientist Grover Krantz (who had already discovered the yeti's close cousin, the sasquatch) and his expedition team would capture one alive, tranquilize it, and ship it back to the United States to be studied. After being studied by him and several scientists, it was revealed that it was an undiscovered creature and would be given the name Yeti with its scientific name being Gigantopithecus himalayans.

Yetis tend to be pretty shy of humans and normally avoid them. Males have been known on rare occasions to attack humans during mating season and females will also attack on rare occasions if they have their infants with them and feel like either them or their infant feels threatened.

Diet

The yeti, compared to any other primate barring human beings and vampires, is the most carnivorous primate of all. This is likely due to the scarcity of plants in its habit on the Himalayan Mountains. The yeti will typically feed on non-predator animals such as sheep, goats and deer. They have also been known to scavange from carrion of already dead animals as well as roadkill. There have also been records of it scavenging from human corpses on the mountains, making it one of the few man-eating primates (though there have been no known records of yetis killing human beings for food) other than human beings themselves, chimpanzees and vampires.

In the warmer parts of its habitat range, yetis have been known to eat plant matter, including, grass, leaves, fruit and bamboo.

Range and habitat

Yetis are known to live on and near the Himalayans Mountains of Asia, with there range being in the counties of Nepal, Bhutan, Northern India and Southwestern China. They are regionally extinct in other parts of China, Mongolia and Siberian Russia.

The yeti was already a rare creature at the time of its official discovery, but over the years its population has gone down quite a lot due to poachers and trophy hunters killing the animal for sport. As of 2021, the primate is listed as "critically endangered" with its numbers likely in the lower thousands.

Notes

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I am well aware of the crosses next to the genus and species names on the infobox (meaning that animal is extinct). However, the Yeti is still alive. I just couldn't figure out how to remove the crosses.
[2]: I got inspired to make this infobox after seeing @TwiliAlchemist 's yeti infobox on their abandoned Animal Infoboxes page they created a few years back. Go check it an the other infoboxes that TwiliAlchemist and a few other users made.
 
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Lyndon Johnson was a man dedicated to seizing opportunity when it could be found. So when the former president woke up to find himself a good 9 years younger at his 1964 victory party, he resolved that he would do it right this time. He wasn't going to let things go to Hell again, that's for sure. He was going to keep things going even if it killed him.
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What if the French Monarchy Restoration that nearly happened in 1871 with the Comte d'Chambord did take place?
The Line of the House of Bourbons-Orleans have ruled France since 1871, seeing the country through to its Colonial Empiredom, World War 1, World War 2, the Cold War and to the Modern Era. The French Monarchy retains a high positive polling among the populace (78%) and the French Monarchy will endure.


Kings of France from 1871
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What if the French Monarchy Restoration that nearly happened in 1871 with the Comte d'Chambord did take place?
The Line of the House of Bourbons-Orleans have ruled France since 1871, seeing the country through to its Colonial Empiredom, World War 1, World War 2, the Cold War and to the Modern Era. The French Monarchy retains a high positive polling among the populace (78%) and the French Monarchy will endure.


Kings of France from 1871
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I do wonder how will this royal france handle the algeria crisis
 
What if the French Monarchy Restoration that nearly happened in 1871 with the Comte d'Chambord did take place?
The Line of the House of Bourbons-Orleans have ruled France since 1871, seeing the country through to its Colonial Empiredom, World War 1, World War 2, the Cold War and to the Modern Era. The French Monarchy retains a high positive polling among the populace (78%) and the French Monarchy will endure.


Kings of France from 1871
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Good job, if I can admise you something you can give the classic Bourbon coat of arms to Henry V. The coat of arms with fleurs-de-lis crossed with dolphins is the one that was traditionally given to all heirs to the throne of France (the heir was even formally called Le Dauphin "The Dolphin"), Henry kept it all his life as he never ascended the throne (well not at that time in his life). A third restauration King Henry V would therefore have a coat of arms similar to those of Louis XVIII or Charles X
 
From the "Beyond the Ice Wall" setting, a pretty insane setting about land beyond Antarctica, the Earth being flat (but not really), magic being a thing since 1522 and liberal usage of alternate history to get weird results. If interested here's a discord where we work on the setting, everyone's welcome to contribute. https://discord.gg/tuUtnuaY
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After the Mexican-American War, Mexico accepts the California Purchase, making the Rio Grande and the 37th parallel the official borders of Mexico and the United States. However, Mexico is still unable to properly secure its northern regions, leaving them with sparser settlement than its northern neighbor and largely neglected, areas like Arizona become largely lawless, with Hispanic settlers, Anglo-American immigrants and Indigenous tribes trading amongst eachother and living off of raids across the border into both the United States and other Mexican states. Despite the small economic respite given by the purchase, Mexico was still unable to pay off its debts to the French Empire (Napoleon won the Napoleonic Wars, then got shanked by the Reasoncultists, it's a long story) resulting in a French intervention and the formation of the Mexican Empire under Emperor Oréile Antoine I. Despite his best efforts, Oréile never gains much support for his rule other than from the urban elites in Mexico City, and tensions, small skirmishes and assassinations become a common ocurrence throught the 1860s, 70s and 80s. By 1889, emboldened by French defeats in Europe against the United Kingdom and the Prussian Worker's Republic, US-backed Mexican republicans in Ciudad Juárez under Venustiano Carranza rose up against the Imperial Government and quickly began taking control of several northeastern states. Almost like a house of cards, the Mexican state began collapsing, with local governors, warlords, bandidos, peasant movements and indigenous communities began rising up and taking land for themselves. In the Northwest of Mexico, four main warlord states established themselves in the largely neglected territory: The US-backed Republic of Alta California, with its capital in Los Ángeles, led by Álvaro Obregón, the republic of Baja California, the republic of Sonora, and the loose alliance of settlers, migrants and Indians called Gran Arizona (though many just referred to it as Apachería, in reference to its majority population). By 1901, the conflict between the warlord states intensified as a young José Doroteo Arango Arámbula, most commonly known as Pancho Villa, took control of the state of Sonora, pushed back on Apache raids and peacefully united with Baja California. The Sonoran troops pushed north towards the sparsely populated Alta California, whose meager garrison stood no chance against the more numerous and experienced militias, used to fighting off Indian raids and Imperial forces. As such, president Obregón requested for US help, offering the annexation of all of Alta California (adding it to the US state of California, centered around San Francisco) in exchange for repelling the bandit army. For that purpouse, the United States sent in two small army detachments towards California. 17.000 men marched in from American California, joining the beleaguered Californio forces, while another 10.000 marched from Texas through the so-called "Indian territory of Arizona", occupying the western half of Albuquerque without any resistance and expecting little to no resistance as they marched to occupy Maricopa, the largest city in the region.
They were wrong.
Led by an Apache medicine man named Jerome (Gerónimo in Spanish), Apache and Hopi forces ambushed and harassed the Americans all the way from Albuquerque to Maricopa. Years of experience raiding their neighbors, combined with knowledge of the rough, dry landscape and the refinement of Indigenous magicks ever since the Year of the Black Moon (with native clairvoyants being able to see American forces from miles away, shamans being able to lure detachments away from the main army and into traps with mirages, and the invocation of adverse weather against the invaders) made every step of the way to Maricopa hell for the Americans.
Their arrival in Maricopa wouldn't spell the end of their troubles however, as the city's locals, a combination of Hispanic settlers, American outlaws and native traders, put up stiff resistance to the American force while native guerrillas closed in from the rear. Thanks to the leadership of Joseph Wheeler, American forces were able to take Maricopa and avoid disaster, but that only meant they were now stuck inside Maricopa, besieged by a now much less loose alliance of settlers and Indians. The American invasion ended up forging an uneasy alliance between Sonora and Arizona, and Navajo raiders began moving into Alta California to assist the Sonoran forces.
With the war in California bogged down into a stalemate, Wheeler decided to risk a fighting retreat back to Texas, as help would not arrive from the west. The force was able to return, but it was hounded every step of the way by Arizonan forces, Wheeler himself being captured in an ambush, his scalp being displayed by Geronimo at the demoralized American forces as they crossed the Rio Grande.
With the Texan troops routed, the war was effectively over, the belligerants eventually signing the Treaty of Las Vegas, where the United States accepted the sovreignty of Sonora and Arizona in exchange for the concession of the ports of Los Angeles and San Diego from the Sonorans and three million dollars in compensation from past raids from the Arizonans.
One year after the signing of the treaty, the Mexican Civil War would be considered officially over, save for ocassional skirmishes between the rump Mexican Empire, the southern Democratic Federation of Mexico under one Emilio Zapata, and DFM-backed Cristero guerrillas, opposed to Emperor Oréile's Reasoncultist religion and his laicité policies.
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North America in 1905
 
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My first wikibox for my first timeline, one that's been kicking around in my head so thought I'd make something out of it
The Assassination of Gerald Ford by the Cult Member Squeaky Fromme
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Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, member of the Manson Family, succeeds in her assassination attempt of Gerald Ford, remembering to chamber a bullet before firing.
Nelson Rockefeller is sworn in later that day, the third Vice President to do so in thirteen years and the second after an assassination.
America is shaken and uncertain, and no one wants a third turn over in as many years, leading to the re-election of Nelson Rockefeller.
In 1980, after President Rockefeller - like President Johnson before him - elects not to run for a second term, the election comes down to the Democrat Frank Church and Rockefeller's VP George H.W. Bush, with the Democrat Ticket winning in a close race.
 
From the "Beyond the Ice Wall" setting, a pretty insane setting about land beyond Antarctica, the Earth being flat (but not really), magic being a thing since 1522 and liberal usage of alternate history to get weird results. If interested here's a discord where we work on the setting, everyone's welcome to contribute. https://discord.gg/tuUtnuaY
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After the Mexican-American War, Mexico accepts the California Purchase, making the Rio Grande and the 37th parallel the official borders of Mexico and the United States. However, Mexico is still unable to properly secure its northern regions, leaving them with sparser settlement than its northern neighbor and largely neglected, areas like Arizona become largely lawless, with Hispanic settlers, Anglo-American immigrants and Indigenous tribes trading amongst eachother and living off of raids across the border into both the United States and other Mexican states. Despite the small economic respite given by the purchase, Mexico was still unable to pay off its debts to the French Empire (Napoleon won the Napoleonic Wars, then got shanked by the Reasoncultists, it's a long story) resulting in a French intervention and the formation of the Mexican Empire under Emperor Oréile Antoine I. Despite his best efforts, Oréile never gains much support for his rule other than from the urban elites in Mexico City, and tensions, small skirmishes and assassinations become a common ocurrence throught the 1860s, 70s and 80s. By 1889, emboldened by French defeats in Europe against the United Kingdom and the Prussian Worker's Republic, US-backed Mexican republicans in Ciudad Juárez under Venustiano Carranza rose up against the Imperial Government and quickly began taking control of several northeastern states. Almost like a house of cards, the Mexican state began collapsing, with local governors, warlords, bandidos, peasant movements and indigenous communities began rising up and taking land for themselves. In the Northwest of Mexico, four main warlord states established themselves in the largely neglected territory: The US-backed Republic of Alta California, with its capital in Los Ángeles, led by Álvaro Obregón, the republic of Baja California, the republic of Sonora, and the loose alliance of settlers, migrants and Indians called Gran Arizona (though many just referred to it as Apachería, in reference to its majority population). By 1901, the conflict between the warlord states intensified as a young José Doroteo Arango Arámbula, most commonly known as Pancho Villa, took control of the state of Sonora, pushed back on Apache raids and peacefully united with Baja California. The Sonoran troops pushed north towards the sparsely populated Alta California, whose meager garrison stood no chance against the more numerous and experienced militias, used to fighting off Indian raids and Imperial forces. As such, president Obregón requested for US help, offering the annexation of all of Alta California (adding it to the US state of California, centered around San Francisco) in exchange for repelling the bandit army. For that purpouse, the United States sent in two small army detachments towards California. 17.000 men marched in from American California, joining the beleaguered Californio forces, while another 10.000 marched from Texas through the so-called "Indian territory of Arizona", occupying the western half of Albuquerque without any resistance and expecting little to no resistance as they marched to occupy Maricopa, the largest city in the region.
They were wrong.
Led by an Apache medicine man named Jerome (Gerónimo in Spanish), Apache and Hopi forces ambushed and harassed the Americans all the way from Albuquerque to Maricopa. Years of experience raiding their neighbors, combined with knowledge of the rough, dry landscape and the refinement of Indigenous magicks ever since the Year of the Black Moon (with native clairvoyants being able to see American forces from miles away, shamans being able to lure detachments away from the main army and into traps with mirages, and the invocation of adverse weather against the invaders) made every step of the way to Maricopa hell for the Americans.
Their arrival in Maricopa wouldn't spell the end of their troubles however, as the city's locals, a combination of Hispanic settlers, American outlaws and native traders, put up stiff resistance to the American force while native guerrillas closed in from the rear. Thanks to the leadership of Joseph Wheeler, American forces were able to take Maricopa and avoid disaster, but that only meant they were now stuck inside Maricopa, besieged by a now much less loose alliance of settlers and Indians. The American invasion ended up forging an uneasy alliance between Sonora and Arizona, and Navajo raiders began moving into Alta California to assist the Sonoran forces.
With the war in California bogged down into a stalemate, Wheeler decided to risk a fighting retreat back to Texas, as help would not arrive from the west. The force was able to return, but it was hounded every step of the way by Arizonan forces, Wheeler himself being captured in an ambush, his scalp being displayed by Geronimo at the demoralized American forces as they crossed the Rio Grande.
With the Texan troops routed, the war was effectively over, the belligerants eventually signing the Treaty of Las Vegas, where the United States accepted the sovreignty of Sonora and Arizona in exchange for the concession of the ports of Los Angeles and San Diego from the Sonorans and three million dollars in compensation from past raids from the Arizonans.
One year after the signing of the treaty, the Mexican Civil War would be considered officially over, save for ocassional skirmishes between the rump Mexican Empire, the southern Democratic Federation of Mexico under one Emilo Zapata, and DFM-backed Cristero guerrillas, opposed to Emperor Oréile's Reasoncultist religion and his laicité policies.
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North America in 1805
One of the most unique work's I've seen.
 
My first wikibox for my first timeline, one that's been kicking around in my head so thought I'd make something out of it
The Assassination of Gerald Ford by the Cult Member Squeaky Fromme
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Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, member of the Manson Family, succeeds in her assassination attempt of Gerald Ford, remembering to chamber a bullet before firing.
Nelson Rockefeller is sworn in later that day, the third Vice President to do so in thirteen years and the second after an assassination.
America is shaken and uncertain, and no one wants a third turn over in as many years, leading to the re-election of Nelson Rockefeller.
In 1980, after President Rockefeller - like President Johnson before him - elects not to run for a second term, the election comes down to the Democrat Frank Church and Rockefeller's VP George H.W. Bush, with the Democrat Ticket winning in a close race.
I wonder where rockefeller emergency inaguration will took place
 
What if the French Monarchy Restoration that nearly happened in 1871 with the Comte d'Chambord did take place?
The Line of the House of Bourbons-Orleans have ruled France since 1871, seeing the country through to its Colonial Empiredom, World War 1, World War 2, the Cold War and to the Modern Era. The French Monarchy retains a high positive polling among the populace (78%) and the French Monarchy will endure.


Kings of France from 1871
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A world where Serge Gainsbourg is the father-in-law of the French monarch is probably the most original idea I've seen on site. I can imagine the atmosphere during the family dinners, where Gainsbourg would be sitting next to the dowager queen....
 
A world where Serge Gainsbourg is the father-in-law of the French monarch is probably the most original idea I've seen on site. I can imagine the atmosphere during the family dinners, where Gainsbourg would be sitting next to the dowager queen....
considering his work was seen as scandalous by half of the French country, and presumably ittl, by (most of) the royal family too, yeah the atmosphere would be pretty tense.
 
My first wikibox for my first timeline, one that's been kicking around in my head so thought I'd make something out of it
The Assassination of Gerald Ford by the Cult Member Squeaky Fromme
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Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, member of the Manson Family, succeeds in her assassination attempt of Gerald Ford, remembering to chamber a bullet before firing.
Nelson Rockefeller is sworn in later that day, the third Vice President to do so in thirteen years and the second after an assassination.
America is shaken and uncertain, and no one wants a third turn over in as many years, leading to the re-election of Nelson Rockefeller.
In 1980, after President Rockefeller - like President Johnson before him - elects not to run for a second term, the election comes down to the Democrat Frank Church and Rockefeller's VP George H.W. Bush, with the Democrat Ticket winning in a close race.
Who is Church’s VP?
 
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