Template talk:World Heritage Sites in India

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Why change the layout?[edit]

Any particular reason to change the layout from vertical to horicantal? I felt to see all the WH sites on the side would be more benefical then to go to the bottom of the page? alren (talk · contribs)15:29, 10 August 2005 (UTC)

The reasoning was that it made article layout a lot more difficult. For example, no images could go on the right where the template was, and with some stub articles the template was bigger than the body text. This looks a lot cleaner, and functions equally well I think, and so I was bold. Do you think it should go back? Wouldn't stand in your way, but I think it would be a mistake. -shuri 15:58, 10 August 2005 (UTC)