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== Editing the front page ==
 
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Sections of the front page are editable. For those who are lost and confused, you need to go to [[RISC OS/News]], [[RISC OS/Projects]] and [[RISC OS/Articles]] to edit the three sections. I've added the sections mentioned above.
 
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== Front page redesign ==
 
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Not sure if this is the right place for this, but the recent redesign of the front page has caused the page to be really wide in NetSurf. (You can scroll a long way to the right.) The reason is that there is a <td width="1600"> around the "Search RISC OS Sites" bit near the top of the page. This gives the cell a fixed width of 1600 pixels. I haven't looked in any great detail, but I'd have thought a width="100%" on the table cell and maybe on the associated table would work.
 
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(Otherwise, I think it looks much better with the new colours / style.)
 
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-- tlsa
 
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Working now, thanks!  -- tlsa
 
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== MediaWiki extensions ==
 
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Guys, there are loads of [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension_Matrix MediaWiki extensions].  If there's anything you want that would help arrange information, or be a useful interactive feature, let me know - Peter.
 
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== Not fixed ==
 
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Er, careful.  The reason it was made 1600 was to ensure it was the whole width.  In this case, putting 100% doesn't work in Firefox.  So the change you made really isn't satisfactory, although I agree that the 1600 isn't so great either.  I definitely don't want NetSurf-specific fixes :-(
 
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--[[User:Pnaulls|Pnaulls]] 23:07, 26 February 2008 (UTC)
 
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Well, the "fixed" version seems to be the less-bad combination (until a permanent fix is worked out). It works well in NetSurf and looks OK (here anyway) in Firefox and Opera. The old version was very awkward in NetSurf.
 
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<br>[[User:Adamr|Adamr]] 09:36, 27 February 2008 (UTC)
 

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