Talk:Severe and very severe ME

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I think it would be best to aim for a clean layout on this page - larger images and less of them. Possibly with some charts / infographics and bullet points for key info at the top for those less able to read.

Linda Crowhurst's YouTube video is helpful I think.

Photos of those with severe M.E. may be best in a scrollable gallery - see NHS for example.

Recovery section seems worthwhile - a small number do recover.

Unrest would be a good resource to add.

Njt notjusttired (talk) 09:16, 20 October 2018 (EDT)

I did do a scrollable gallery (I hate creating them, they are a pain) but not certain it is necessary on this page. I did it on the Ehlers-Danlos syndrome page because I had to fit the different types into a section. But, if you feel it would be better as a scrollable gallery you can copy the "template" from the EDS page. Careful placing the caption information into the template, that is the biggest pain of all.
All other information would be added easily, you may have done so already, didn't look close enough yet.
Yes, chronological order is earlier to the latest. I thought that was odd when I first started editing but it is, in fact, the way it is done. Kmdenmark? did a lot of correcting on many pages and I helped a little because most pages were entered latest to earlies. --MEcfsFMS (talk) 10:24, 20 October 2018 (EDT)
Images should not be put along side bullets because this causes issues with the layout on small screens ~Njt (talk) 20:20, March 3, 2020 (EST)

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These are now in the Notable studies but not included in the page content:

~Njt (talk) 20:20, March 3, 2020 (EST)