Template talk:Infobox US State

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Box not working right

This info box doesn't appear to be working right. At least it's got issues on the Utah page which has one image centered, and the other image right justified. I wanted to add more details in the infobox and a new line to include the adoption template (available to adopt) and later when the page is adopted, change it to the adopter. Also is there a reason why the infobox doesn't have borders? Plus, when editing the Utah page it shows that the page uses both the Infobox US State and Infobox country. Where is the country infobox on that page? -Fran 22:27, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

OK the reason for one image being right justified and the other centred is down to the changes in CSS. I have now amended the infobox templates to fix the styles as wanted, including to add a border. I have also added an adoption_sign parameter which I've set as the basic "page available" but can be changed to the new sign when one is approved. The {{Infobox US State}} is built using {{Infobox country}}, so that is why both are listed. --Steve 13:32, 3 September 2010 (UTC)

Placement of adoption sign

Somewhere in the forums there was a discussion about the preferred placement of the adoption sign. I thought the consensus was to place the sign at the bottom of the page. If that is truly the case, should this template be adjusted accordingly? If the adoption sign remains within the infobox, I've seen other infoboxes on state pages that had the sign inside the info box, not outside the box itself. Can the template be adjusted to include the adoption sign inside the infobox by default? Thanks, -Fran 19:59, 17 March 2011 (UTC)

Done --Steve 23:23, 18 March 2011 (UTC)