I want your info box! How did you make the border that colour? I want mine to be green. (Verd 13:32, 25 March 2009 (UTC))
Head over to this page. That's the basic template. Open the edit feature and go to 'source' to see the actual code. Now you'll have to study and dissect it a bit to get it made to size. Edit the headings and the values to get the stuff like "Age: 80", "Place of Birth: Mulgore" and that sort of thing going.
For the color, you need a hex code color generator. They're on the net. I used this one. You choose the exact color you want from the palette and the tool will translate it into a six digit code; something like "#1234AB" or any variation on that. Find the "Background color=" part of the code for the two columns with color and stick in your code. Leave the "color=" bit alone; it's for the text color, and #ffffff means white, which is best visible in colored backgrounds. If your color turns out too light for white text, though, change it to #000000, which is black.
Insert the basic template first, change things one at a time so you don't mess up the whole thing with a bunch of changes you can't reverse, and rinse and repeat until done.
Thanks that was really helpful! (Verd 14:45, 26 March 2009 (UTC))