New Proposal Notification - Replacement of common main-space header templateEdit

Announcing the listing of a new formal proposal recently added to the Scriptorium community-discussion page, Proposals section, titled:

Switch header template foundation from table-based to division-based

The proposal entails the replacement of the current Header template familiar to most with a structurally redesigned new Header template. Replacement is a needed first step in series of steps needed to properly address the long time deficiencies behind several issues as well as enhance our mobile device presence.

There should be no significant operational or visual differences between the existing and proposed Header templates under normal usage (i.e. Desktop view). The change is entirely structural -- moving away from the existing HTML all Table make-up to an all Div[ision] based one.

Please examine the testcases where the current template is compared to the proposed replacement. Don't forget to also check Mobile Mode from the testcases page -- which is where the differences between current header template & proposed header template will be hard to miss.

For those who are concerned over the possible impact replacement might have on specific works, you can test the replacement on your own by entering edit mode, substituting the header tag {{header with {{header/sandbox and then previewing the work with the change in place. Saving the page with the change in place should not be needed but if you opt to save the page instead of just previewing it, please remember to revert the change soon after your done inspecting the results.

Your questions or comments are welcomed. At the same time I personally urge participants to support this proposed change. -- George Orwell III (talk) 02:04, 13 January 2015 (UTC)

Index:Condor6(1).djvu and othersEdit

Can you PLEASE check the page numbering on these? I've found at least 4 with possible numbering anomalies. ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 13:59, 6 March 2015 (UTC)

What kind of problem are you talking about? If you're talking about numbering pages on the index, I never even started doing that for more volumes than the first. What do you want me to do? —innotata 01:46, 17 March 2015 (UTC)
I'm finding a gap in the numbering of about 2 pages between the last non cover page of one issue and the first non-cover page of the subsequent issue, I'm not sure if this is because what I am thinking is a cover (and un-numbered) is in fact a numbered page, and I am getting confused. ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 22:07, 17 March 2015 (UTC)