Help talk:Watercooler

Is there a way we can edit a long post where the paragraph is just beyond what any of us will read on a web page? I found one tonight that was a great resource and was posted from a historical document. What we see in hard print as far as readiability does not translate on web sites. How can we break such documents into readable chunks and yet preserve the original documents structure? --Idogenealogy 19:53, 9 April 2007 (MDT)

Can you cite the specific example, and tell us what you would like to have been able to do?--Kittydoc 06:29, 10 April 2007 (MDT)

Yes -- this is the one that inspired the post:

Thanks Kitty -- will try to help also. One other question -- how does one find this if you don't have the email message with the full URL. I can't find it anywhere on Watercooler. Had to dig up my email. Is this a problem to be addressed or am I just wiki-newbie?

I don't understand what you're referring to when you say "find this" -- this Help:Watercooler page, or or the Person:John_Sevier_(1) page? Can you explain?--Dallan 23:32, 13 April 2007 (MDT)
That's because Kitty already cleaned up the page.

Dallan, I also emailed Idogenealogy through the system to further explain the variety of methods of communication available on WeRelate. Furthermore, I edited the page in question to demonstrate how it could be reformatted to make it more readable. It's all taken care of.