Wazeopedia has been launched!

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Re: Wazeopedia has been launched!

Postby dude463 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 11:29 pm

Can we fix the way links work with Wazeopeida? Currently if a link takes you somewhere in the middle of a page it sets you further down the page than you want to be. Several lines. This happens to me on Win7 Firefox and Chrome, Win10 Chrome.
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Re: Wazeopedia has been launched!

Postby jm6087 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:51 am

dude463 wrote:Can we fix the way links work with Wazeopeida? Currently if a link takes you somewhere in the middle of a page it sets you further down the page than you want to be. Several lines. This happens to me on Win7 Firefox and Chrome, Win10 Chrome.


I have also been noticing this lately. The header of the section you clicked the link to is always off screen and you have to scroll up about 2 lines to make sure you are at the correct location.
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Re: Wazeopedia has been launched!

Postby Jamie_Mc » Sun Jan 28, 2018 12:33 pm

Hi everyone.

I'm keen to get Australia's Wazeopedia up and running (yes, we're very late to the party, I know).

Is creating a transfer package still the best way to start?
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