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This page is here to help you customise your userpage!

What to put on your userpage

Well, pretty much anything you want! There are a few things you aren't allowed:

  • Personal images. Per the images and media policy, All images hosted on the wiki must be used in the main article namespace at least once. You cannot upload an image solely for use on your userpage.
    • You also shouldn't upload an image, add it to one article and your userpage, unless it complies with all the points of the policy and is superior to any existing image of the subject.
    • You're allowed to use images already on the wiki on your userpage as much as you want.
    • Personal images of your character can be hosted externally, but more on that later.
  • Flaming and personal attacks. Your userpage shouldn't be used to flame or personally attack any user per the user treatment policy. Consistently adding such material can result in a block. Additionally, formatting done to the userpage must not make it difficult to access system links found in the side bar, the header, or the footer.

Anything else is fair game!

Some userpage code

All of the following assumes you are not using the Rich text editor. You can disable it by visiting your preferences, and unchecking Enable Rich Text Editing in the Editing tab (make sure you bypass your cache by following the instructions at the bottom of the page, or here).

Backgrounds and borders

Backgrounds and borders are created in two main ways:

  1. Using the HTML tag <div>.
  2. Using tables.

We will cover both here.

Using the HTML tag <div>

Div tags follow the basic format as follows:

<div style="background:colour; border:width style colour; color:c; width:w; height:h;">

----page content here----

</div>

Explanation:

code result/why
<div The opening of the div tag. Without it nothing happens!
style=" Most of the userpage quantities (background, border, text size, etc.) are styles, so a style attribute is opened. Note the quote mark, this is required to open the style.
background:colour; This defines the background colour. Colour can take many values: a name, a hexadecimal code, or a RGB (red green blue) code. More later. Note that the semicolon trailing the colour is required to separate different quantities (in this case background from border).
border:width style colour; This defines the border. Width is the width of the border, usually given in pixels (e.g. 4px). Style is what the border is, e.g. solid, dashed, double, triple, etc. See also Help:Customising your signature - although its uses span the method is the same. Colour can take the same values as background above.
color:c; This define the text colour. Note the spelling of color. Colours can take the same values as background above. Be aware that link formatting overrides the text colour. You will need to use [[internal link location|<span style="color:preferred colour;">link name</span>]] or [external url <span style="color:preferred colour;">link name</span>].
width:w; This defines how wide this border/background/attributes stretches across the page. W takes a value of a percentage (e.g. 80%), or length in pixels (300px). A common usage is 100% - to span the entire width of the page.
height:h; This defines the height the attributes span down the page. H can be a percentage or a length, like width. Note again the semicolon - its not strictly required in this case (being the last quantity in the style) but should be used.
" This quote mark closes the style so it is required.
> This greater-than sign closes the opening div - it marks where the attributes end and the rest of your page begins. It is required.
----page content here---- This is the rest of the content of your userpage.
</div> This is the closing div tag. It marks where you no longer want the styles defined in the opening tag to no longer apply.
Some examples

Note that the results are a little crushed due to the table; copy the code to your userpage or the sandbox and preview to see it properly.

Example request Code Result
green background, red solid border 2 pixels wide, 100% wide and 500 pixels high <div style="background:green; border:2px solid red; width:100%; height:500px;"> Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. </div>

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

orange background, blue outset border 5px wide, green text <div style="background:orange; border:5px outset blue; color:green;"> Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. </div>

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

more example to come...

Using tables

Most of the time you can accomplish what you want with div. However sometimes you might want to use a table.

Advantages of tables to div:

  • Each cell can have a different style
  • Can make positioning easier with use of colspan and rowspan

Disadvantages

  • Can be unwieldy to some
  • Can get complex with lots of colspans and rowspans

Basic code is as follows:

{| style="background:colour; border:width style colour; color:c; width:w; height:h;"
| --content--
|style="background:colour; border:width style colour; color:c; width:w; height:h;"| --more content--
|-
|colspan="2"| --some more--
|- style="background:colour; border:width style colour; color:c; width:w; height:h;"
| --more--
| --and more--
|}


Explanation:

code result/why
{| This opens the table. Without it nothing happens!
style="..." All this is exactly the same as above.
| This defines a cell.
--content-- This is the content of that cell
|style="..."| --more content-- This defines the next cell (to the right of the one before), and also gives it a certain style (following all the normal rules). This can be used to make the cell have a different background, or its own border, etc.
|- This defines a new row.
|colspan="2"| --some more-- This defines a cell which spans two columns. The number can be increased.
|- style="..." This defines a row with a style (normal rules). The style applies to the cells following it, not preceding it.
|} This defines the end of the table. It is required.
See also
Some examples

Note that the results are a little crushed due to the table; copy the code to your userpage or the sandbox and preview to see it properly.

Example request Code Result
green background, red solid border 2 pixels wide, 100% wide and 500 pixels high
{| style="background:green; border:2px solid red; width:100%; height:500px;"
|Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.
|}
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.
black background, gold 5px inset border, purple text, second cell is red with white border, third cell on new row is blue, white text with 2 colspan
{| style="background:black; border:5px inset gold; color:purple;"
|Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.
|style="background:red; border:2px solid white;"|Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.
|-
|colspan="2" style="background:blue; color:white;"|Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.
|}
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.
Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.
more examples to come...

Other useful HTML

The following tags can be used on your userpage for the following effects:

Tag Description Example
<big>text</big> Increases the font size. Can be nested. text large text
<small>text</small> Decreases the font size. can be nested. text small text
<sup>text</sup> Superscripts text. Can be nested. textsuperscript
<sub>text</sub> Subscripts text. Can be nested. textsubscript
<div align="alignment">content</div> Aligns content to the left, right or center.
centered text

See also W3Schools HTML reference and W3Schools CSS reference

Colours

Colours can be defined by name (red), by hexadecimal (#FF0000) or RGB number (rgb(255,0,0). Note that the # for hex and the rgb, ( and , for RGB should be included.

A list of colours can be found here. See also W3Schools web colours list.

Userboxes

Userboxes are special templates designed specifically for use on userpages. They can be used to show many things, from your 2007scape username, guild membership, clans, skills, editing habits, and so on.

There are many premade ones, and you can also make your own personalised ones.

Premade userboxes

A list of premade userboxes can be found here.

Using premade userboxes

Simply include the userbox's name between a set of curly brackets (AKA braces). For example, if you are a free player, you could use Template:Userbox/free player:

{{Userbox/free player}}
Which gives you...
Quest start icon This user is a free player.

Some userboxes require an additional input, for example Template:Userbox/RS name, which displays your username:

{{Userbox/RS name|name}}
Which gives you...
Lumbridge logo
This user plays RuneScape
as name.

or Template:Userbox/highest skill:

{{Userbox/highest skill|attack|5}}
Which gives you....
Attack icon This user's highest skill is Attack, with a level of 5.
Positioning

Userboxes by default jump to the left of the page; you may not like that. You can align them more regularly using Template:Userboxes and Template:Userboxesend. To use these template, place {{userboxes}} before your userboxes, and {{userboxesend}} after them. This is better explained by example:

{{userboxes}}
{{Userbox/free player}}
{{Userbox/RS name|name}}
{{Userbox/highest skill|attack|5}}
{{userboxesend}}

gives

Quest start icon This user is a free player.
Lumbridge logo
This user plays RuneScape
as name.
Attack icon This user's highest skill is Attack, with a level of 5.

Notice the list of boxes on the right of the page →

The userboxes header template can be customised further, instructions are on the page.

Goals

Goals can be used to show what you want to get, and how close you are to that. There are two main types:

Skill goals

These goals show how close you are to a specified level, based on your current level or experience.

The base code is as follows:

{{Goal
|Skill     = name of skill
|Label     = optional label (replaces skill image)
|Goal      = target level
|Level     = current level
|Xp        = current experience points (alternative to Level)
|BarColor1 = colour of achieved part of progress bar (default green)
|BarColor2 = colour of remaining part of progress bar (default blue)
}}

These are better explained by example:

description code goal
train attack from 1 to 99
{{Goal
|Skill=attack
|Goal=99
|Level=1
}}
Attack icon
1 99
0% 98 13,034,431 xp
train level 89 mining (5,000,000 experience) to level 92
{{Goal
|Skill=mining
|Goal=92
|Xp=5000000
}}
Mining icon
89 92
76% 3 1,517,253 xp
Train crafting from 40 to 60, changing bar colours to the cape colours
{{Goal
|Skill     = crafting
|Goal      = 60
|Level     = 40
|BarColor1 = #997755
|BarColor2 = #FFCC00
}}
Crafting icon
40 60
13% 20 236,518 xp


Non-skill goals

Non-skill goals work in much the same way as skill goals. Here's the base code:

{{SimpleGoal
|Label     = optional label (replaces image of coins)
|Goal      = target number
|Have      = current number
|Units     = units to display after the amount to go (e.g "gp")
|BarColor1 = color of achieved part of progress bar (default gold)
|BarColor2 = color of remaining part of progress bar (default dark red)
}}

Again, some examples:

description code goal
get 5,000,000 coins from 50,000 coins
{{SimpleGoal
|Goal      = 5000000
|Have      = 50000
|Units     = coins
}}
Coins 10000
50,000
1% 4,950,000 coins
get 270 quest points from 200
{{SimpleGoal
|Label     = [[File:Quest point icon.png]]
|Goal      = 270
|Have      = 200
|Units     = Quest Points
|BarColor1 = steelblue
|BarColor2 = aqua
}}
Quest point icon
200  
74% 70 Quest Points
get 1,000 edits from 538
{{SimpleGoal
|Label     = [[File:RW logo.png|30px]]
|Goal      = 1000
|Have      = 538
|Units     = edits
|BarColor1 = darkslateblue
|BarColor2 = maroon
}}
RW logo
538  
53% 462 edits

Other user templates

There are many other templates you can use on your userpage to enhance it; a full list is here (not that some pages here belong to certain users). Here will be coverage of some of these templates.

Template:Achieve

This template adds a large table to your page with ticks or crosses to signify you've completed a milestone.

Base code is:

{{Achieve
| skill99      = Obtained a level 99
| skill200m    = Obtained 200 million experience in a skill
| music500     = Obtained 500 music tracks
| musicAll     = Obtained all music tracks
| questFree    = Completed all free quests
| questMem     = Completed all members quests
| questCape    = Obtained the quest point cape
| miniquest    = Completed all miniquests
| minigame     = Played all minigames
| champ1       = Completed 1 champion's challenge
| champAll     = Completed all champion's challenges
| diaryKaramja = Completed the Karamja diary
| guildFree    = Member of all free guilds
| guildMem     = Member of all members guilds
| guildAll     = Member of all guilds
| emoteUnlock  = Unlocked all emotes
| emoteHoliday = Unlocked all holiday emotes
| edit100      = 100 edits
| edit500      = 500 edits
| edit1000     = 1,000 edits
| edit5000     = 5,000 edits
| edit10000    = 10,000 edits
}}

All inputs are either Yes or No.

Example:

{{Achieve
| skill99      = Yes
| skill200m    = No
| music500     = Yes
| musicAll     = No
| questFree    = Yes
| questMem     = No
| questCape    = Yes	
| miniquest    = No
| minigame     = No
| champ1       = No
| champAll     = No
| diaryKaramja = Yes
| guildFree    = Yes
| guildMem     = Yes
| guildAll     = Yes
| emoteUnlock  = Yes
| emoteHoliday = Yes
| edit100      = Yes
| edit500      = Yes
| edit1000     = No
| edit5000     = No
| edit10000    = No
}}

Statistics

Many users like to show their stats on their userpage. There are many ways to do this, here are some examples.

Template:User stats

One of the more popular options. The code is as follows:

{{User stats
|Name          = Player name
|Attack        = Attack level
|Hitpoints     = Hitpoints level
|Mining        = Mining level
|Strength      = Strength level
|Agility       = Agility level
|Smithing      = Smithing level
|Defence       = Defence level
|Herblore      = Herblore level
|Fishing       = Fishing level
|Ranged        = Ranged level
|Thieving      = Thieving level
|Cooking       = Cooking level
|Prayer        = Prayer level
|Crafting      = Crafting level
|Firemaking    = Firemaking level
|Magic         = Magic level
|Fletching     = Fletching level
|Woodcutting   = Woodcutting level
|Runecrafting  = Runecrafting level
|Slayer        = Slayer level
|Farming       = Farming level
|Construction  = Construction level
|Hunter        = Hunter level
|Quest         = Quest Points
|Combat        = Combat level
|Task          = Tasks completed
|Music         = Number of music tracks unlocked as shown on Music Player
|Total         = Optional - The template automatically sets your total level, but this can set it manually.
|Date          = "As of" date
|extra-css     = Additional CSS style code. Optional.
|align         = Defines the template's placement. Defaults to right. Optional.
}}

Example:

Example
Attack icon 1
Hitpoints icon 10
Mining icon 1
Strength icon 1
Agility icon 1
Smithing icon 1
Defence icon 1
Herblore icon 1
Fishing icon 1
Ranged icon 1
Thieving icon 1
Cooking icon 1
Prayer icon 1
Crafting icon 1
Firemaking icon 1
Magic icon 1
Fletching icon 1
Woodcutting icon 1
Runecrafting icon 1
Slayer icon 1
Farming icon 1
Construction icon 1
Hunter icon 1
Quest point icon 1
Combat icon 3
Stats icon 32
As of 17 November 2019
{{User stats
|Name=Example
|Attack=1
|Hitpoints=10
|Mining=1
|Strength=1
|Agility=1
|Smithing=1
|Defence=1
|Herblore=1
|Fishing=1
|Ranged=1
|Thieving=1
|Cooking=1
|Prayer=1
|Crafting=1
|Firemaking=1
|Magic=1
|Fletching=1
|Woodcutting=1
|Runecrafting=1
|Slayer=1
|Farming=1
|Construction=1
|Hunter=1
|Quest=1
|Combat=3
|Task=52
|Music=21
|Date={{LOCALDAY}} {{LOCALMONTHNAME}} [[{{LOCALYEAR}}]]
}}

An alternative to this is Template:User stats (f2p), which is the same input, but omits the members-only skills.

Template:Skillbar

The same syntax as User stats, but a different display - a horizontal bar. Code input is the same as above.

Example:

{{Skillbar
|Name=Example
|Attack=1
|Hitpoints=10
|Mining=1
|Strength=1
|Agility=1
|Smithing=1
|Defence=1
|Herblore=1
|Fishing=1
|Ranged=1
|Thieving=1
|Cooking=1
|Prayer=1
|Crafting=1
|Firemaking=1
|Magic=1
|Fletching=1
|Woodcutting=1
|Runecrafting=1
|Slayer=1
|Farming=1
|Construction=1
|Hunter=1
|Quest=1
|Combat=3
|Music=21
|Date=[[{{LOCALDAY}} {{LOCALMONTHNAME}}]] [[{{LOCALYEAR}}]]
}}

result:

Skills
Attack icon Strength icon Defence icon Ranged icon Prayer icon Magic icon Runecrafting icon Construction icon Hitpoints icon Agility icon Herblore icon Thieving icon Crafting icon Fletching icon Slayer icon Hunter icon Mining icon Smithing icon Fishing icon Cooking icon Firemaking icon Woodcutting icon Farming icon Quest point icon Combat icon
(Hover over icons for levels.)

There are methods to automate the process of updating your stats; see below.

Personal images

As was discussed above, personal images purely for use on your userpage are not allowed to be uploaded to the wiki. However, this does not mean you can't show off your character on your userpage!

To do this you can upload the image to an external image hosting site.

External hosting

You are free to upload images outside of the wiki by taking, editing and uploading your own images to an external hosting site.

The two main hosting sites supported by this wiki are PhotoBucket and ImageShack. Uploading images is free to both - you can also create accounts to organise and keep track of your images for free, with generous upload limits.

Once you upload an image, on the image description page there will be a Direct link to image - copy this and place it on your userpage where desired (do not link it), just like the Photo Booth images.

You can also use these external images in userboxes and other templates; you aren't limited to just your 2007scape character.

Subpages

Sometimes, you want something in your userspace but not on your main userpage. This is where making subpages comes in.

There are three ways to make a subpage:

  • Edit a page and create a link to a non-existent page and press preview (e.g. put in [[User:Example/Quests]] for a Quests subpage (remember, its case sensitive), then click the link (it should take you straight to an edit box).
  • Type in the subpage you want into the search box to the left (e.g. type in User:Example/Quests), then click the Create this page link.
  • Go to Special:CreatePage and put your subpage as the title (e.g. User:Example/Cheese) and your content in the edit box.

Usage of subpages

You can use subpages for whatever you like, just like your base userpage. Some popular examples:

Updating your stats

Now you have stats on your page, but you do not want to update them? Here's some methods to make updating them easier.

Note: You have to have at least one skill in the hiscores to do this; having all skills ranked is preferable.

Manual

  1. Visit the hiscores lite for your character, at this URL:
    http://services.runescape.com/m=hiscore_oldschool/index_lite.ws?player=example
    where example is your display name (not username).
  2. Copy the string of seemingly random numbers there on to a subpage of your userpage (e.g. User:Example/hsdata), and save the page.
  3. To update the page, just visit the hiscores lite page again, copy and paste the string to your subpage and save.

Note: Only the manual method works at the moment!

Semi-automatic

  1. Click here.
  2. Set the parameters to what you want:
    • ezHiscoresReminder - A number representing the reminder interval, in hours. If you would like for the reminder box to always appear, use 0.
    • ezHiscoresPlayer - The name of your 2007scape player. This is surrounded in quotation marks.
    • ezHiscoresPage - The Wiki page name of where your hiscore data is stored. This should always be a subpage of your user page (e.g. User:Example/hsdata).
  3. Save the page (do not add a section header/title/summary).
  4. Refresh your cache by following the instructions for your browser listed on the page.
  5. Now, when you want to update your skill data click the update button in the bar when it appears.

Further instructions for this method are here.

Automatic

  1. Add the code on the right to your userpage (anywhere), filling the appropriate values:
  2. Save the page. The bot will update your page within about an hour, then every [interval] days.
{{Hiscore autoupdate
|player=your current display name
|page=subpage of your page where the data is saved (e.g. User:Example/hsdata)
|interval=days between updates - don't go below 1 per Jagex's request
}}

Which is better?

Manual, semi-automatic or automatic?

Style Advantages Disadvantages
Manual
  • Little messing around with code.
  • Allows your subpage to be prettyfied (you can hide the string and still have it work).
  • Updates when you want.
  • Requires you to visit the page and copy-paste the string.
  • Time of last update cannot be output easily; requires extra work to enable this.
Semi-automatic
  • One click to update.
  • Reminders to update if wanted.
  • Update when you want.
  • Time of last update can be output easily.
  • Requires messing around with Javascript.
Automatic
  • Once set up you do nothing!
  • Time of last update can be output easily.
  • Updates continue even if you have not been playing.

So, its entirely up to you which you use.

Using the data

The string of numbers you have as a result of any of these methods is the rank, level and experience in each skill separated from each other by a comma and from the next skill by a space, in the order of the hiscores, followed by your activities ranks and scores. See also RuneScape Game Guide - Fansites - Can I access data from the Hiscores and publish it?

This string isn't exactly pretty as is, so some users have created templates to make it more useful:

  • {{Parse user stats}}, the stats infobox with only a few parameters.
  • {{ParseHiscoreData|string|skill|type}}, the general way to bring up a skill (where string is the hiscores lite string (e.g. {{User:Example/hsdata}} would be the string if your data is saved at User:Example/hsdata), skill is the skill's name (no abbreviations, also a few others for activities, see documentation), and type is the data you want output (0 is rank, 1 is level (default) and 2 is experience). An example of a successful input is {{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|Herblore|1}} if your data is saved at User:Example/hsdata, the skill is Herblore, and you want the output to be the level.

If you are not in the hiscores at all then the script won't work nor will AmauriceBot update; make sure you use your display name. If you are not in the hiscores for everything, then -1 will be output by ParseHiscoreData - you will need to keep that skill up to date manually.

If you use the semi- or fully-automatic methods you can also return the time the data was last updated using {{#time: j F Y|{{User:Example/hsdata|time}}}} (this returns day of month, full month name, fully year, i.e. today's format is 17 November 2019. For other formats see MediaWiki's page on parser functions - #time).

Example usage

Note - No results given as User:Example/hsdata does not exist.

Userbox: highest skill is Attack with current level

{{Userbox/highest skill|attack|{{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|attack|1}}}}

Goal: current experience to level 92 mining.

{{Goal
|Skill=mining
|Goal=92
|Xp={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|mining|2}}
}}

User stats table with Template:Parse user stats, and Template:Combat level to calculate the combat level.

{{Parse user stats
|Data={{User:Example/hsdata}}
|Name=Example
|Combat={{Combat level
|Attack={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|attack|1}}
|Defence={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|defence|1}}
|Strength={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|strength|1}}
|Hitpoints={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|hitpoints|1}}
|Prayer={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|prayer|1}}
|Ranged={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|ranged|1}}
|Magic={{ParseHiscoreData|{{User:Example/hsdata}}|magic|1}}
}}
|Music=100
|Quest=50
}}

RSS

RuneScape feeds

Currently, Jagex offers three RSS feeds for RuneScape on their website:

How to add RSS feeds in a userpage

This wiki has a feature to automatically display RSS feeds. Simply add <rss>the hyperlink to the RSS feed</rss> to a page to display the RSS feed.

Okay, enough code, I want some more examples!

Well, why not check out a random userpage!

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