Recently I added a small summary of Pao's tea shop to the Ba Sing Sae article as well as a picture. Now the picture goes a little farther then the article and was moved (by someone else because it belonged there) to the left side. I was just about to start work on the Jasmine Dragon section below it when I noticed the pic was causing the title to be pushed out. I don't even know if this is a problem, but if it is what do I do to fix it?
I believe you can paste this code after the text you added for Pao's tea shop -> <br clear="both" />. If that doesn't work as intended, replace "both" then with "all" and you should be good to go. That will set the formatting right. =)
I see... Hm, interesting that you bring that up - I'm not so sure now. Normally, I would consider the monorail system simply a method of transportation and service system, not an actual area or settlement... For now, I would leave out the monorail system, though.
Well, usually someone will post a blog, saying "Happy Birthday" to the wiki. =) And we also have the annual User Awards - actually the User Awards are going to start tomorrow, I believe, and this will be their second year happening. There, people nominate users for certain categories, they vote for whichever user they feel most deserves the award for that category and awards are given to those who receive the most votes. It's really a lot of fun and brings the community together, plus it pays tribute to users who work hard on here. It was very successful last year and hopefully it will enjoy the same amount of success this year. ;)
Yes, I believe so, although the voting stage won't happen right away. First there are all the nominations for users and then people support the nomination to make it official before the official voting starts.
Of course - everyone is welcome and encouraged to add their input in the war rooms. We want your opinion heard. =) With voting, if a forum does come to that stage, there will be a voting section at the bottom of the forum with three sections - "Support", "Neutral" and "Oppose". And basically you cast your vote on the matter being discussed, also providing a reason as to why you voted a certain way.