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[edit] Marshie Image

Image on the right.

Hi! I might a slight change to your user page, because it was using incomplete table markup that messed up the layout of the site for your page on some browsers. Normally I wouldn't edit someone elses user page, but on Opera in particular, it was obscuring the main navigation for the site. I noticed that in Firefox and Internet Explorer, it wasn't as bad — but it was still inconsistent because of the incorrect markup. None of them did the same thing. If you wanted the image on the right (the way Firefox interpreted the partial table), you can just add |right at the end of the Image tag.  Green Helmet 01:09, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

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