• How do I get rid of all this space??? Scroll down to see the prize :)
  • It's the widths. It can't fit the table at width=100% because of the ads on the side, so it resorts to moving everything below the ads. If this gets placed on a page without ads, we can probably keep the widths at 100%. I think the other thing are the tables in the templates. I think the table code should be here, and only the text is placed in the template - like the Featured Page template.--Jennifer (JBS66) 06:24, 5 February 2009 (EST)
  • I did a bit more tweaking over here - I really didn't want to mess this page up!! What I did was contained everything in one table rather than multiple tables.

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