I see that you have uploaded your Chat Skins. Don't feel pressured to work with the @imports, I can't make them seem to work for me... I only include them on my skins because other people said that it worked for them, so it's experimental at this point.
With my skins, let's use Morrow as an example, I made a page for it under a name of ChatSkin:Skin ChatSkin:Morrow
I put the description and the picture on the page, and put the code in the MediaWiki. If you do not want to go through MediaWiki, you can add a page called User:BarronTheSkyWing/ChatSkin/Skin.css instead, or something similar.
The beauty of the MediaWiki is that only admins can edit it, which is just the four of us for the time being. I will only add users I trust who have their own chat skins or would use this place to test their coding, so it is secure.
The other good thing about having code on a MediaWiki page is that it will provide a css debugger for you, identifying where you need fallback values, and targetting other issues.
alright. the @import statements haven't been working for me, but anytime you see an ampersand in a url, it means that some action is being done to the url. In this case, the raw and text/css is telling the import statement how to convert the web URL so that only the coding is read and to read it as css... or at least that's what I gather from that.
You make a MediaWiki page like you'd make any other page. You can -Type the desired page into your url and then click create page -go to the contribute button and click add a page, making sure to include MediaWiki: in the title -type it out on a link and then follow it.