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Gaps between list items
Hello, please do not introduce gaps between list items, as you did at Transport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They greatly impair accessibility for screen reader users. Thanks. Graham87 10:44, 10 February 2014 (UTC)
- I've reviewed a couple more of your edits (great work overall!), but I've undone your conversion of the "People, language and background" section of Culture of the Democratic Republic of the Congo from list to subheading format, per this edit summary. I don't really have the time to review more of your edits in great detail at the moment. Graham87 11:24, 10 February 2014 (UTC)
Solution for edit war
The soln for the edit war is to not revert the stable version of the Somalia article once you see someone has a problem with your edits. (for what ever reason). So just take it to the talk page and you will get a proper audience, b/c not to do so will make your edits look suspicious. If you are correct just tell us why you think so.--Inayity (talk) 19:13, 19 February 2014 (UTC)
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