Last modified: 2005-07-05 23:44:14 UTC
and this happens:
but it also affects the log in, etc buttons at the top right that jump across the page to the left
hand side of the screen sometimes.
And the thing at the top is now jumping around too.
sorry, more info. It sits at the top of the page when initially downloaded and then when i move
my mouse over it it jumps to the left hand side of the screen.
More of the same: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Bug_speech_wikipedia.PNG
Both look fine with firefox 1.04, screenshots seems to be taken
from an Internet Explorer browser.
As both "bugs" are due to user content, please either:
_ fix them by editing the template
_ ask the templates creators to fix their template for Internet Explorer
Closing as 'invalid', cause there is nothing we can do
in MediaWiki source code for this :(
Well obviously *everyone* doesn't use bleeding Firefox, and this has nothing
to do with a template because it doesn't involve templates.
The el cajon article includes:
[[template:Cities of San Diego County, California]]
The table is correctly placed above the category link but for
an unknown reason the image is moved out of the html table.
Might be because of the "margin:0" style applied to the table.
The other article uses:
In that one a link is put with a "top:3.2em;" style that's incorrectly
handled by internet explorer. The style should be fixed to works with
In conclusion, this as nothing to do with mediawiki code but is a
HTML / internet explorer trouble and there is nothing we can do to
patch this issue.