My KTF user page is currently a work in progress. For the "Joined MFI" line, I'm using the month in which I started my duties as a KTF Reservist.
FCOL Azetbur (Anne)
I'm still working on my KTF page, but the LCARS alignment isn't quite right. I may need some help with it, which would be appreciated.
Hello Anne, I think this is what you wanted. You still need to post a picture to be used here and elsewhere...LOL. If you don't have something Trekish, If you find a good head shot Gary Davis or Rob could probably photoshop you into a uniform. Just ask.
If you want to learn what was wrong with the formatting, just click on history for that page and compare my changes to your last edit. It gets easy to see what was changed. In particular, the nowiki command is used to disable wiki format commands so people can see the commands themselves. That was part of the problem. Another was with the nested table commands--that can get tricky if you get things out of sequence.
Thanks, Steve. The photo for KTF use is at: http://wiki.maquis.com/w/Image:AnneZecca1.jpg
FCOL Azetbur (Anne)
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Okay... For the picture, Replace "Image:Your Picture.jpg" with "Image:AnneZecca1.jpg"
If you want your picture to ride a bit higher on the page, add a few Line Breaks after "[[Image:Ktf fcol.jpg|50px]]" <br><br><br>
For the alignment issue... It looks good in Google Chrome, but not in FireFox. What's messing this up is the code "width=450" in your "Name" Line. This limits the width of that section to 450 Pixels (not to be confused with 450 Characters) and will "Wrap Around" anything More than 450 Pixels to the next line, throwing everything off. If you lose the "KTF Reserve" part of your "Rank" Line and Once you put in an Actual Place of birth, this would solve the problem.
If you absolutely need the words "KTF Reserve" in there, One thing you could try is in the line with your name.
Change From : |valign="top"; width=450|Azetbur zantai-K'Onor
To : |valign="top"|Azetbur zantai-K'Onor
In short... Lose "; width=450" BUT Be careful NOT to make any line too long, or you'll mess up the Over-All effect.
Hope this helps,
Thanks for your input, Yazdir. It is appreciated.