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Perhaps a way to Sort columns by their type? For example, clicking 'Ingredient 1' will sort the rows alphabetically based on their first required ingredient. This will be useful in working out how many Jungle Roses you need to make all the Underground Jungle items, or how many Hellstone Bars you require to make a full set of armor etc. (-cardinal ps. can't remember how to link my name in a wiki)

it would help to know what station (table, anvil, etc) you need to make each of these. -- 09:56, 18 May 2011 (UTC)

Feel free to add it as you figure it out :D This is the information that the developers were kind enough to provide for us. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 10:01, 18 May 2011 (UTC)

Recipe Layout

Just kinda toying with recipe layouts, how does this one look? Its a tad cluttered (trying to change the outlines and spacing a bit, but taking some heavy tweaking), I'm new to most of table design on wikis, so any advice would be a great help. - Shadowclaimer 19:00, 18 May 2011 (UTC)

If you are going to add icons give them their own column. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 19:08, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
Toyed with icons in columns, the original icons line up properly if put in a column but as for the separate ingredients, even though its cluttered they look nice next to the text directly as opposed to in columns. I still think with darker borders (if I could figure out how to make dark borders) would help lessen the clutter. - Shadowclaimer 19:13, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
Result Ingredients Workstation
Lesser Healing Potion.png Lesser Healing Potion (2) Mushroom.png Mushroom
Gel.png Gel (2)
Bottle.png Bottle (2)
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Healing Potion.png Healing Potion Lesser Healing Potion.png Lesser Healing Potion (2)
Glowing Mushroom.png Glowing Mushroom
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Lesser Mana Potion.png Lesser Mana Potion (2) Fallen Star.png Fallen Star
Gel.png Gel (2)
Bottle.png Bottle (2)
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Mana Potion.png Mana Potion Lesser Mana Potion.png Lesser Mana Potion (2)
Glowing Mushroom.png Glowing Mushroom
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Lesser Restoration Potion.png Lesser Restoration Potion Lesser Healing Potion.png Lesser Healing Potion
Lesser Mana Potion.png Lesser Mana Potion
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Restoration Potion.png Restoration Potion Healing Potion.png Healing Potion
Mana Potion.png Mana Potion
Wooden Table.png Alchemy Station
Molten Helmet.png Molten Helmet Hellstone Bar.png Hellstone Bar (30) Iron Anvil.png Iron Anvil
Molten Breastplate.png Molten Breastplate Hellstone Bar.png Hellstone Bar (40) Iron Anvil.png Iron Anvil
Molten Greaves.png Molten Greaves Hellstone Bar.png Hellstone Bar (35) Iron Anvil.png Iron Anvil
Result Ingredients Workbench
Lesser Healing Potion.png Lesser Healing Potion 2 Mushroom.png Mushroom Alchemy Station
Gel.png Gel 2
Bottle.png Bottle 2
Healing Potion.png Healing Potion Lesser Healing Potion.png Lesser Healing Potion 2 Alchemy Station
Glowing Mushroom.png Glowing Mushroom
Lesser Mana Potion.png Lesser Mana Potion 2 Fallen Star.png Fallen Star Alchemy Station
Gel.png Gel 2
Bottle.png Bottle 2

I like that design but one question, is it possible to merge the top cells? So that the Ingred Icon/qty/name is without lines down the middle of it, and so is the result? Just to make it easier to tell what's under what header. -Shadowclaimer 19:48, 18 May 2011 (UTC)

I really hate the x's would prefer to keep the header, and on the page this kind of layout is going to bloat the coding to the point where people with slower machines are potentially going to have trouble with it. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 19:53, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
I can understand the hatred of the x's lol I just thought they helped direct what goes where, but yea I can see the issue with it taking too much on the page for older machines. What if we divided the recipes by toolbench in pages to help alleviate that? So the Alchemy Station gets one, Forge gets one, etc. Also couldn't we do away with the quantity columns? Having the quantities next to the names doesn't seem that bad (Either "2 Lesser Healing Potions" or such) would also lower how many columns the page needs. -Shadowclaimer 19:55, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
I personally think the icons make it too busy... I was really liking the clean look, but it's not just up to me. I am not so into getting rid of the quantity column. I think it makes it easier for people to understand. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 20:02, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
I'm a sucker for pictures, they just make it look so much nicer, dammit where's a third opinion when you need one.. -Shadowclaimer 20:03, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
In most instances where I have high quality images available, I agree. I think these however just make it look cluttered. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 20:05, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
Well I completely disregard your opinion and am preparing a revolutionary army to overthrow your leadership of this wiki solely so I can have icons on the recipe page. Slow computers be damned. <3 -Shadowclaimer 20:16, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
Just want to add that I love the pictures, but too hate the xs.. however, without them, it's a lot less obvious what the random floating 2s mean. Hmm :/ --FungusTrooper 15:56, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
Hence the dilemma, how about (2) instead of x2? -Shadowclaimer 15:59, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
I think that looks pretty good, much better than using x. --FungusTrooper 16:09, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
Thought the same thing, can I get the go-ahead to start implementing this layout on the recipe page? -Shadowclaimer 16:10, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
Note: Removed second table (as it made navigating to edit the first table annoying after awhile). I'm also intending to take a shorter screenshot for the alchemy station icon for this page instead of the current one (Which is very tall and skews the table and looks bad) for now just leaving the table one as a placeholder. -Shadowclaimer 16:14, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
The ingredients column would look a lot cleaner if the icons were smaller (maybe 15px?) and on one line. Or, just the icons on one line, linked directly to their associated pages instead of having the text beside them. Same for the Workstation column. Khalija 16:28, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
As much as I like the idea of only icons, I almost think the text is necessary. Smaller icons however I do agree with and I'll look into shrinking them and trying them out. Correction, I can't do it on my work computer because there's a lack of transparency preservation software. -Shadowclaimer 16:31, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
First... point of wiki etiquette.. you don't just remove stuff from talk pages.... secondly, yes text is necessary if anything the icons aren't. This page is already pretty huge... adding all the icons alone is going to bloat the code... let me see if I can come up with something else, though I really think the icons unecessarily clutter it up. -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 16:40, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
My apologies then, wasn't intending to cause any issues by removing it and figured I'd get yelled at, but the code was getting in the way >< I'm still very adamant for this layout as I think it brings a lot of very nicely organized flair to the page and when in full bloom is a massive improvement over the wall we have now. As previously stated, maybe we should split up the crafting recipe lists into multiple pages anyway to help keep it more organized. -Shadowclaimer 16:46, 19 May 2011 (UTC)

THANK. GOD. The current page is awful. We need this format more than anything. Also, please keep the icons. It looks so much better. The last thing we need is a gray, featureless crafting page. The best kind of recipe page is one that has icons and a nice table. Look at the Terraria wikia wiki. Theirs is superior to ours in every way, people on Reddit have said how much they prefer it. Ours is pretty useless. People don't know what they're crafting. --Tylerburrito 03:29, 26 May 2011 (UTC)

Result Ingredients Workbench
Lesser Healing PotionLesser Healing Potion (2) MushroomMushroom Alchemy Station
GelGel (2)
BottleBottle (2)

What about something like that... the alignment has to stay left for the results and the ingredients and it's still going to be super heavy codewise, but better anyway.... -- Wynthyst File:Curseicon.png talk 16:58, 19 May 2011 (UTC)

Actually I really do like that, I'm making a subpage on my user to toy with the design on a large scale to give a proper example I'll implement that and notify you when its ready if you'd like. -Shadowclaimer 17:02, 19 May 2011 (UTC)
Are we going with that? I'm trying to make small recipe tables for each individual item (i.e. a recipe list just for Copper Bar), but I'd rather not really get into it if the template will be changed. EDIT: Also, I'm an utter noob at Wikiediting. How can I make the third column stretch among several result items? To me, it'd be more aesthetically pleasant to group crafting items by their workbench and share that column among the items it can make. (See the Copper Bar page to see what I mean). MarekkPie 23:35, 22 May 2011 (UTC)
Just take that code and edit to your liking. Bobb1118 03:33, 26 May 2011 (UTC)
I just wanted to thank you guys for the code you already had up for everything. Got all the new potions and ingredients up in no time. Alaska<3

Recipe Update

Not sure how all this works, but I just wanted to let you guys know that the workbench table stills shows silk on it. I'd remove it myself, but I don't know how.

I see it listed as an ingredient but not as a craftable item. Equazcion (talk) 14:50, 18 Aug 2011 (UTC)

Any specific ordering?

As far as I can tell, the tables are listed randomly. The only feasible ordering I can think of is what order the items are listed in on the crafting bar. iLiaWneK • T • C 18:20, 26 August 2011 (UTC)

This has been on my mind as well for quite a while now. I'd like to pin down both the order of items in the table and the order of ingredients in the recipes. Is it according to in-game menus? If so, is this ideal or should we consider another option? I see no pressing reason to follow the game when it serves the interests of the wiki better to use a more intuitive form of organization.
I suggest alphabetical for items in the table. For ingredients, list them first by quantity needed then break any ties alphabetically. For example, in the Lesser Healing Potion recipe, Mushroom should be last, since fewer of those are needed than any other. Bottle is then on top because it ties with Gel for quantity, but comes fist in the alphabet. This arrangement would act to highlight the ingriedient that you'd need to collect more of. -- Rhombus (TC) 01:09, 17 September 2011 (UTC)
(Actually, it's not nearly that simple, what with groups of related objects and the like. Anyone with a workable idea?) -- Rhombus (TC) 01:15, 17 September 2011 (UTC)
My personal preference would be to sort each crafting station alphabetically, then each output item alphabetically, then finally the ingredients by quantity. Items required of the same quantity would then be sorted alphabetcially. Does any of that make sense at all :/? [[iLiaWneK|talk|contributions]] 15:19, 17 September 2011 (UTC)
That makes perfect sense to me. The one virtue of the current system (?) is that similar items, like all of the various coins, are found right next to each other. I'm torn on whether to maintain that in part or go with your suggestion. -- Rhombus (TC) 01:17, 18 September 2011 (UTC)
We can't really establish a proper "standard" if we go with what you suggested, because people will argue over which item belongs next to which item etc. If we go with what I said, There'll be one basic rule to go by, and nothing else. [[iLiaWneK|talk|contributions]] 09:57, 18 September 2011 (UTC)
Yes, you're perfectly right. No one else seems to have an objection (yet), so I guess we're clear to go ahead with it. -- Rhombus (TC) 06:58, 19 September 2011 (UTC)
Page is looking good. Good work! [[iLiaWneK|talk|contributions]] 07:37, 20 September 2011 (UTC)
I know this was made a long time ago, but with everything alphabetized, it looks (to me at least) horribly disorganized. Random armour pieces strewn about the lists when before they would have been together, and weapons and tools and stuff messed up. This is sort of just an opinion, but I'm sure people would agree with me when they say that it would make more sense to organize it as per the game's crafting list, or at least put groups of related items together.--TheFinalBiscuit 11:18, 11 December 2011 (UTC)
You're right actually. Sorting by the in-game crafting menu will be easy to follow, and it'll group similar items as well. — iLiaWneK (talk) 11:32, 11 December 2011 (UTC)
I understand that having armor pieces scattered is inconvenient, but how feasible is going by the in-game crafting menu? It doesn't sort things by crafting station and only somewhat by materials. (If you have both Iron and Gold Bars, for instance, it doesn't mix their products together.) We might instead sort items that are grouped, like the armors, according to how their articles group them? -- TechpriestMagos 00:57, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
I see your point, but using iron and gold as an example is not a very wise choice as we don't even group those together anyway. We have the Iron and Mythril Anvil recipes split up into sections (and btw, no one has added the Cobalt recipes yet). The items can still be sorted by crafting station or even by type in the case of the anvils, but sorting them by the in-game crafting menu makes a lot more sense and prevents horrible disorganisation like this: Active Stone Block, Blue Torch, Copper Coin, Cursed Torch, Flaming Arrow, Gold Coin, Inactive Stone Block, Mana Crystal, Platinum Coin, Poisoned Knife, Purple Torch, Red Torch, and so on. The games crafting bar automatically puts these in a set list, meaning the torch recipes would appear grouped together, and so would the coin recipes. In my opinion, that looks a lot better than what we have now. --TheFinalBiscuit 19:24, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
Basically, what I'm saying is, recipes still grouped by crafting station and type for the anvils, but within those categories they are sorted by in-game crafting bar. --TheFinalBiscuit 19:28, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
Your suggestion is not unreasonable. I do wonder though how we'll go about discovering the in-game order... Just off hand, it seems like someone would need every material item on hand at once or look into the code. It seems like it might be challenging, that's all. -- TechpriestMagos 23:58, 14 December 2011 (UTC)
Or just write a program to do that for you :) (Feel free to remove the block below if you keep the order like it is/finished sorting it.) --Icke 17:41, 15 December 2011 (UTC)
Bowl of Soup
Bottled Water
Holy Water
Unholy Water
Lesser Healing Potion
Healing Potion
Greater Healing Potion
Lesser Mana Potion
Mana Potion
Lesser Restoration Potion
Restoration Potion
Obsidian Skin Potion
Regeneration Potion
Swiftness Potion
Gills Potion
Ironskin Potion
Mana Regeneration Potion
Magic Power Potion
Featherfall Potion
Spelunker Potion
Invisibility Potion
Shine Potion
Night Owl Potion
Battle Potion
Thorns Potion
Water Walking Potion
Archery Potion
Hunter Potion
Gravitation Potion
Wooden Arrow
Flaming Arrow
Unholy Arrow
Hellfire Arrow
Cursed Arrow
Holy Arrow
Meteor Shot
Crystal Bullet
Cursed Bullet
Green Dye
Vile Powder
Poisoned Knife
Cursed Torch
Blue Torch
Red Torch
Green Torch
Yellow Torch
Purple Torch
White Torch
Chinese Lantern
Tiki Torch
Lamp Post
Skull Lantern
Sticky Bomb
Sticky Glowstick
Glass Wall
Clay Pot
Pink Vase
Gray Brick
Gray Brick Wall
Red Brick
Red Brick Wall
Copper Brick
Copper Brick Wall
Silver Brick Wall
Silver Brick
Gold Brick Wall
Gold Brick
Hellstone Brick
Obsidian Brick
Obsidian Brick Wall
Snow Brick
Snow Brick Wall
Candy Cane Wall
Green Candy Cane Wall
Pearlstone Brick
Pearlstone Brick Wall
Iridescent Brick
Iridescent Brick Wall
Mudstone Block
Mudstone Brick Wall
Cobalt Brick
Cobalt Brick Wall
Mythril Brick
Mythril Brick Wall
Demonite Brick
Mud Block
Dirt Wall
Stone Wall
Wood Wall
Wood Platform
Wooden Door
Wooden Chair
Wooden Table
Work Bench
Planked Wall
Wooden Beam
Grandfather Clock
Wooden Sword
Wooden Hammer
Wooden Bow
Goblin Battle Standard
Red Banner
Green Banner
Blue Banner
Yellow Banner
Hero's Hat
Hero's Shirt
Hero's Pants
Tuxedo Shirt
Tuxedo Pants
Archaeologist's Jacket
Archaeologist's Pants
Fish Bowl
Armor Statue
Copper Bar
Copper Pickaxe
Copper Axe
Copper Hammer
Copper Broadsword
Copper Shortsword
Copper Bow
Copper Helmet
Copper Chainmail
Copper Greaves
Copper Watch
Copper Chandelier
Iron Bar
Iron Anvil
Empty Bucket
Trash Can
Cooking Pot
Iron Pickaxe
Iron Axe
Iron Hammer
Iron Broadsword
Iron Shortsword
Iron Bow
Iron Helmet
Iron Chainmail
Iron Greaves
Iron Chain
Silver Bar
Silver Pickaxe
Silver Axe
Silver Hammer
Silver Broadsword
Silver Shortsword
Silver Bow
Silver Helmet
Silver Chainmail
Silver Greaves
Silver Watch
Silver Chandelier
Gold Bar
Gold Pickaxe
Gold Axe
Gold Hammer
Gold Broadsword
Gold Shortsword
Gold Bow
Gold Helmet
Gold Chainmail
Gold Greaves
Gold Watch
Gold Crown
Gold Chandelier
Demonite Bar
Demon Bow
War Axe of the Night
Light's Bane
Shadow Helmet
Shadow Scalemail
Shadow Greaves
Nightmare Pickaxe
The Breaker
Grappling Hook
Meteorite Bar
Blue Phaseblade
Red Phaseblade
Green Phaseblade
Purple Phaseblade
White Phaseblade
Yellow Phaseblade
Blue Phasesaber
Red Phasesaber
Green Phasesaber
Purple Phasesaber
White Phasesaber
Yellow Phasesaber
Meteor Hamaxe
Space Gun
Star Cannon
Meteor Helmet
Meteor Suit
Meteor Leggings
Necro Helmet
Necro Breastplate
Necro Greaves
Blade of Grass
Thorn Chakram
Ivy Whip
Jungle Hat
Jungle Shirt
Jungle Pants
Hellstone Bar
Molten Fury
Fiery Greatsword
Molten Pickaxe
Molten Hamaxe
Phoenix Blaster
Molten Helmet
Molten Breastplate
Molten Greaves
Night's Edge
Dao of Pow
Cobalt Bar
Cobalt Helmet
Cobalt Mask
Cobalt Hat
Cobalt Breastplate
Cobalt Leggings
Cobalt Drill
Cobalt Chainsaw
Cobalt Repeater
Cobalt Sword
Cobalt Naginata
Mythril Bar
Mythril Helmet
Mythril Hat
Mythril Hood
Mythril Chainmail
Mythril Greaves
Mythril Drill
Mythril Chainsaw
Mythril Repeater
Mythril Sword
Mythril Halberd
Mythril Anvil
Adamantite Bar
Adamantite Helmet
Adamantite Mask
Adamantite Headgear
Adamantite Breastplate
Adamantite Leggings
Adamantite Drill
Adamantite Chainsaw
Adamantite Repeater
Adamantite Sword
Adamantite Glaive
Adamantite Forge
Hallowed Mask
Hallowed Headgear
Hallowed Helmet
Hallowed Plate Mail
Hallowed Greaves
Hallowed Repeater
Light Disc
Magical Harp
Fairy Bell
Neptune's Shell
Rainbow Rod
Angel Wings
Demon Wings
Diving Gear
Obsidian Horseshoe
Obsidian Shield
Cloud in a Balloon
Spectre Boots
Mana Flower
Active Stone Block
Inactive Stone Block
Inlet Pump
Outlet Pump
1 Second Timer
3 Second Timer
5 Second Timer
Music Box (Title)
Depth Meter
Obsidian Skull
Crystal Storm
Cursed Flames
Mana Crystal
Suspicious Looking Eye
Worm Food
Slime Crown
Mechanical Eye
Mechanical Worm
Mechanical Skull
Copper Coin (from silver coin)
Silver Coin (from copper coins)
Silver Coin (from gold coin)
Gold Coin (from silver coins)
Gold Coin (from platinum coin)
Platinum Coin (from gold coins)
You sir, are officially awesome. I guess we'll start cranking out the edits, if Magos hasn't already finished it.--TheFinalBiscuit 21:08, 20 December 2011 (UTC)
I'll get to editing. -- TechpriestMagos 23:24, 15 December 2011 (UTC)

How about we separate pre and post 1.2 to make it easier for console players?

Sortable page potential?

How much potential do you feel there would be in making the recipe list sortable? Take for example the Armor page and its table. Unfortunately, I'm thinking it would require a significant revamp of the tables and templates used here. On the plus side, if the crafts templates were edited to make it possible, every page using them could benefit. Please share your thoughts. -- Rhombus (TC) 00:52, 7 October 2011 (UTC)

Page length.

I was trying to add additional information from the Mythril Anvil page here and kept running into server errors (501.) If I retry I can eventually get it to accept the changes but really don't think hammering the server is the answer. Is this page still seeing heavy volume? MIMP 18:32, 6 December 2011 (UTC)

I was thinking we could separate all Hallow recipes to a different page. --NullTalk 18:45, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
There were still two other sections from Mythril Anvil that I'd like to bring over. The Ammunition and Other, (which has boss summoning stuff and the fairy bell.) Unfortunately these days I think these are all desirable recipes that people want to know about. I'll try to remove the Hallowed gear and see if I can get the other sections added instead. MIMP 18:56, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
Have you considered making sub-pages for each crafting station and just transcluding them into this page? --JonTheMon 19:15, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
I have not as I'm pretty new to contributing to Wiki's. I'm a gamer, I just figured I'd help out where I could as I saw a lot that was missing. If someone else wants to take lead on breaking the page out and creating the subpages I'll do what I can to help. Oh, changing the main Recipes page wasn't successful as far as I can tell. I still keep getting 501s. MIMP 21:00, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
I've been doing something along those lines just now. The page really doesn't want to accept my final edit though... at the moment it's simply missing 5 crafting stations/combos. I don't like to leave it this way, by any means, but brute force simply isn't working out.
Edit: If you want to see what I'm trying to submit, it's on my user page. -- TechpriestMagos 02:42, 16 December 2011 (UTC)
The page is pretty long right now, so perhaps a change/split is in order. Perhaps instead of having every ingredient for every recipe, we reduce it to a list of each station and item at the station, but leave the ingredients to the individual station pages? --JonTheMon 17:11, 16 December 2011 (UTC)
After a significant delay, I have done just that. The page feels a little skeletal, but at least it has all the craftable items... more or less. I'll double-check it for completeness. -- TechpriestMagos 22:19, 26 December 2011 (UTC)
IMHO without the details of ingredients, this "recipe" page is meaningless. Maybe we could use {{}} to include the individual pages together here. --Fireattack 09:04, 6 January 2012 (UTC)
I tried that personally. It didn't work out. Apparently it was simply too much informative goodness for any one page to contain. As such, this is about the best we can do without making a two-page list - which itself defeats the purpose in a differnt fashion. At least in this form users can serch for "Light Disc", for instance, and figure out where to craft it and where to find the full details. -- TechpriestMagos 22:31, 6 January 2012 (UTC)

<---- The problem with "Hammering the server" not the size of the displayed information per se, but rather amount of data the server needs to refresh per edit. By simply creating a sub-page per station, and the transcluding each subpage into this one, we should be able to greatly reduce all of our problems. This way, you edit only a single section at once, so the preview is cheap. I'll be doing this right now. happypal (talk • contribs) 14:31, 12 January 2012 (UTC)

So, here is the situation: Using subpages helps greatly. This is good. However, TechpriestMagos' idea of transcluding from mainpages was also great. Unfortunately, it put too big of a stream to do everything at once. The solution? We can hard transclude the mainpages into the subpages. This way, each subpage will generate individually, and then be transcluded into the big list. To help with the "refresh" of the subpages, I left the "subst" formula as a comment. This allows to easily refresh/copy the subpages when a change occurs.
Two of the things I did:
  • I updated the recipe template to give the option to not show the crafting station.
  • I deployed it in the first few stations.
I only did the first few station. That's all I want to do for now, allow a bit of cool down. That and I am extremely tired for battling on the french wiki all day long. Anyways, thank you TechpriestMagos for your great idea. PS: You can use "onlyinclude": this defines text as being the only text you want to include. Works better in this case :D happypal (talk • contribs) 15:42, 12 January 2012 (UTC)
Wonderful. Thank you for your insight and expertise! -- TechpriestMagos 23:52, 12 January 2012 (UTC)

Impossible to update

I've tried to add the crafting stations that were added in the last update, but the page crashes every time I push the Submit button. I suppose it's due to the length, because this is the only page where this happens. Has somebody else experienced this? -- Morenohijazo 14:22, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Tested, it's crashing for me as well. The article is a monster, even in its current non-updated state it can slow the entire browser. In my opinion it would greatly benefit from having some sort of collapsible function by default, allowing users to view sections on demand rather than have the entire thing load automatically. I'm guessing it'd either have to be AJAX (here is an example on Wowpedia) or collapsible tables, though I'm not sure if Terraria Wiki supports any of them at the moment. NoseOfCthulhu (talk) 13:59, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
AJAX is now available! I've changed the list to use this, also adding the missing recipes. NoseOfCthulhu (talk) 00:58, 18 April 2014 (UTC)


On my save my character's crafting area is smaller than it should be. Is there a problem in my game or what? 05:10, 14 December 2015 (UTC)

I know this is very old, but you probably didn't already eat your legendary bread that once reminded Teddy of home Goodlucksil (talk) 09:42, 28 March 2024 (UTC)

Hardest item to craft

<poll> What is the hardest craftable item to craft? Zenith Cell Phone Ankh shield Terraspark boots Drill containment unit Other </poll> Did that poll work? I’m not sure how polls work in old pre-FANDOM gamepedia. Edit: it didn’t work? Oof. Wikibalance (talk) 17:57, 7 August 2020 (UTC)

Polls are not a thing here (yet) :). I would imagine they will bring them over once the platforms are fully merged. To answer your question though... I'd probably say the Ankh Shield. Way too much grinding. I usually get most of the Cell Phone and Zenith pieces by just playing through the game naturally. --Eraloiz (talk) 02:26, 8 August 2020 (UTC)

Bizarre version info text on some recipes

Why do some recipes, like the Chlorophyte Bullet or the Mythril/Orichalcum Sword under the Mythril/Orichalcum Anvil section have "Terraria has many versions sooooo here are all of them" in their version icons? This seems like a debug statement that got into the main pages somehow. The underlying templates should probably be looked at to remove this, or am I missing something? FrozenEarth (talk) 19:11, 10 December 2020 (UTC)

Hi, thanks for reporting. We are already aware of the problem and are doing our best to fix it as soon as possible. --Dinoxel (talk) 19:53, 10 December 2020 (UTC)