User talk:Litātiō

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Welcome![edit]

Hello, Litātiō, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few links to pages you might find helpful:

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Hi EG Litātiō (talk) 17:08, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

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Temple at Ephesus[edit]

Please don't change the layout of pictures without checking. NOTE:

  • pictures are often placed right and left alternately
  • The Manual of Style directions are simplistic and don't apply in many cases. But LOOKING to see if the arrangement works well, applies in every case.
  • While left-side mages are not usually placed directly under minor headings, placing them under major headings, where they are separated by a line is common practice and often necessary when there are lots of pics, or a large box at the right.
  • Stacking too many pics on one side forces the lower ones out of the section that they illustrate, and away from the relevant text.
  • When you edit the placement of pictures, It nearly always looks fine on a vertical screen. What you have to take into account is the effect on a wide shallow screen where there are much fewer lines of text to support the image.

07:09, 10 December 2013 (UTC)