I have noticed a problem with articles that have both images aligned to the left and images/infoboxes aligned to the right. If the left aligned image is not positioned above all other right-aligned elements then it will be forced to position directly across from a right-aligned element.
I guess this description is vague. For an example, see this page: http://bioshock.wikia.com/index.php?title=Sander_Cohen&oldid=83138
You should notice that the first left aligned image (File:Sander Cohen Portrait.png) is forced to align with the Enemybox template despite the fact that it should show at the top of the article. This in itself is not a very big problem, but it is annoying. The same problem happens with the current version of the page and the File:BioShock2 2010-02-27 17-38-29-84.png - it should display just below the "BioShock" heading, but it is forced to align with the Enemybox. (This may only be visible for people with wide screens.)
My questions are...
- Has anyone noticed this before?
- Is this a glitch or is it something intentional on Wikia's part?
- Is there a code/workaround for this?
- I think it's only for people with widescreens. Because it fits perfectly for me. Let me check my mac, it has a much wider screen. HaloTalk 04:45, July 13, 2010 (UTC)
- So I stuck it on my mac, and I can confirm this is only a problem for people with really wide screens. As to how to fix it...I'm probably not the best person to ask *sorry* =( HaloTalk 04:54, July 13, 2010 (UTC)