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Remove empty boxes -- notjusttired (talk) 13:35, June 30, 2019 (EDT)[new][edit source][reply]

Please delete these empty boxes[new][edit source][reply]

  • Things to do (Opentasks)
  • In the news (News)

These will need removing on most other Portals except the People and History and ME ones, which are slightly different. User:Kmdenmark notjusttired (talk) 13:35, June 30, 2019 (EDT)

User talk:Notjusttired I just realized that I can change the protection status to 'unprotected' for an allotted time. So I will change the status to unprotected for 24 hours and you can make whatever changes needed. If you ever need more time, just me know and I'll open the access again. I'm sure it will be safe bec so few of us are editing that I don't anticipate vandals. I'll do the same with all the Portal pages so you can edit any of them. I can likewise open access to any other pages you would like. Kmdenmark (talk) 17:52, July 3, 2019 (EDT)
User:Kmdenmark That's a great idea! I will let you know as I finish 14:36, July 5, 2019 (EDT)
User:Kmdenmark I'm finished on Portal changes now. I also finally figured out how to improve the mobile layout with images extending way beyond the sections too. Can you also add protection to the Contents page? I'm not sure why it is not protected at the moment. 19:15, July 5, 2019 (EDT)

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