Original Suggestion & Discussion
Copied from the Watercooler
The editing link that appears with each new section is, in my opinion, a bit cumbersome. WeRelate uses a rather large type face, and the link is written out completely as "edit section." Furthermore, it floats to the right, and with pictures, template tables, etc. it ends up floating all over the page, making the page look a bit messy. The English Wikipedia simply uses "edit", and it's rather small (Example). Even better, I've always preferred the edit link on the other Wikipedias, such as the German (Example) and French (Example), where it appears immediately after the section title. It's much cleaner looking, and it never has a problem floating all over the place. — Parsa 21:12, 7 May 2011 (EDT)
Now I feel thick, deservedly so. /cheers. --Goldenoldie 06:20, 5 July 2016 (UTC)
Admin Follow Up
We are currently trying to work on this backlog. It appears that this suggestion is as resolved as it can be for now. Could you let us know if you wish for it to remain as an active suggestion? Thank you.
This Suggestion will be moved to the archive if no response or objection is received within 10 days. --cos1776 20:49, 27 October 2016 (UTC)