Wikipedia:Don't leave giant breaks between sections
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|This page in a nutshell: Avoid whitespace and fix it if spotted.|
On Wikipedia, thousands of editors make tens of thousands of edits a day. Unfortunately, an editor can come along and write an article with an infobox and leave an image on the right. Depending on where the image is, this can be a problem. If the image is located a few paragraphs down, then this isn't a problem. If it is located on the top of the page, there is often a massive break between sections. In this concept, the area is known as whitespace.
Of course the easiest way to fix this is to move the image to the left, but most editors don't do this and they walk away. Please discourage this and help the editors who do this so that they don't do this anymore. This way, the project will be a better place.