Template talk:Geo-stub

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Please leave the leading <BR>! It makes pages easier to read and more attractive. -- added to the template by Bill Thayer on 11 Oct 2004

I disagree: it makes pages harder to read and less attractive. The stylesheet is there for a reason; the div class specifies the spacing. If you dislike the spacing the stylesheet specifies, that's a reason to suggest changes to the stylesheet, not to avoid using it in one particular plage. --Delirium 02:48, Oct 19, 2004 (UTC)

I wish people would make their minds up, I'm at a loss as to how many lines to leave before the template's position in an article (i.e. I've been adding/removing lines to the same articles as they keep showing up differently!). Personally, I think a good bit of whitespace between encyclopaedia content and a notice is no bad thing. zoney talk 16:00, 19 Oct 2004 (UTC)

This is discussed in general at Template talk:Stub. --Joy [shallot]

As I just wrote at Template talk:Stub a minute ago, I only just now realized — I'm rather absent-minded — that I'd done this (twice, apparently) before! and that there would prolly be an edit history, Talk, etc. Which I should have checked, sorry. No reason for the appropriately named Delirium to be grossly uncivil, though. I'm reverting my edit, but I hope someone will explain to me where these Wikipedia personal stylesheets are. (You don't have the burden of explaining about stylesheets to newbies though, I run a 4000-page website that makes ample use of them: all I need to know is where to get at it.) Thanx in advance. — Bill 23:33, 22 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Word? --Eric Cartman 77 20:36, 21 June 2007 (UTC)