I don't understand what 3 & 4 mean
You're using the class "fadeout" to change the opacity from what I can see, so you if you change the the mouse-leave event for "FADE-IN FADE-OUT EFFECT FOR IMAGES" to 1 instead of 0.5 I think it should work
I just looked at the infobox template you linked to, and you have placed this template below your infobox, which clears both sides of the infobox. If you remove that or place it inside the <noinclude> tags, the text should float up to the top :)
What do you mean by using the arrow keys?
If you want to track if the up and/or down key is pressed, I don't think that is possible using only CSS.
If you mean to jump from link to link using the tab key, then the pseudoclass :active might be what you're looking for.
I'm quite (99.9%) sure it's per page basis. I don't really understand why you would want it on a global basis?
Add a name to the ref tag the first time you use it, like this:
The next time you want to add a reference to the same source, just add an empty ref tag with the same name, like this:
@Regi-Nit, the search buttons are placed correct when I look. Is your screen zoomed out on the wiki? --> Press Ctrl + 0 to reset and see if it fixes it.
IWantCoffee wrote: @Rappy 4187, when you zoom the screen out, the search button will float beneath the search bar. At least mine does (and I'm guessing thats what Regi-Nit is seeing).
Well i don't know it can probably be usefull for something ;) But it would be nice if it could be fixed.
For the post above, I think "Pesquisar em Iris Stefanelli Wiki" means "Search the Iris Stefanelli Wiki" in portugese.
@Rappy 4187, when you zoom the screen out, the search button will float beneath the search bar. At least mine does (and I'm guessing thats what Regi-Nit is seeing).
Yes, I see it too.
Remove rowspan="2" ?
It looks very good, but the top image is too wide, i think. Make it a little smaller so the content will move up to the top of the page, and it will be perfect :)