Last modified: 2006-10-18 05:03:07 UTC
Besides the bug in MZ as described in the URL, there seems another bug in the common.css style
sheet used for the Classic and Nostalgia skins.
Each right aligned image is wrapped into a <div class="thumb tright">
The css file shows:
A clear:right statement is missing.
The effect: Multiple images are right aligned in a column for e.g. monobook.css (which does have a
clear:right statement), but appear in a row (or multiple rows, depending on width of window) in
Classic and Nostalgia skins.
describes bug:1583 the same like this one here?
i added a slightly clearer example at
i've been fixing this in multiple articles, when spotted, just by dispersing the
images to throughout the page. This doesnt work if the page is already dense
with images, or the images belong stacked in one place.
eg the lead section often has 3 stacked infoboxes/images, creating this exact
problem. Can often be more easily seen if you "hide" the ToC.
we need a proper code fix please :)
oh, and this affects firefox and opera 6, 8, and 9b; but not IE5.01. (thats all
i have handy to test)
Meanwhile, see the help page at
*** Bug 1583 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Fixed in r16987.
Please note that the issue of consecutive floated images placed before a heading
(and therefore screwing up the section edit link) is unrelated to this, see bug
*** Bug 1494 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This patch works only if images are thumbed. For smaller images without
"|thumb|" parameter the error exists furthermore:
w/o thumb: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:Raymond/skintests?useskin=standard
Fixed (again) in r17073.