FamilySearch Wiki talk:Welcoming committee/members

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There's a problem with the page because the navigation boxes on the right were pushed to the bottom of the window. Fran 15:37, 19 November 2009 (UTC)

When you added your name to the list a little bit of code was removed from the page, a </div> (see this diff). This is needed to end the code in the navigation template, which encloses the text in the bigger box. I have now added this back. --Steve 09:02, 20 November 2009 (UTC)

The right side navigation has moved to the bottom of the page again. I removed my name from the list, but didn't remove any /div code. I don't remember seeing where the nav boxes were at before I removed my name from the list. --Fran 22:02, 26 October 2010 (UTC)

I think the rich text editor removes the closing div tag as the opening div tag is within the FamilySearch Wiki:Welcoming committee/Navigation page that is transcluded. I have added it back in. --Steve 22:17, 26 October 2010 (UTC)

Once again, when editing the list of committee members and trying to add my name back on the list, the </div> gets messed up. I've tried it in wiki text mode (disable the rich editor), and also in the rich editor mode. I get the same results both ways. I've also tried editing the whole page and also just the section. Again, both ways I get the same results, except when in rich editor, the preview shows the nave bar remains in place. However, when the page is saved, the nav bar drops down. I really need to figure this one out. --Fran 23:45, 8 February 2011 (UTC)