Help on using certain round edged templates and fonts

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Thank you so much Jim for explaining me the basics and reminding me the importance Content rather than form .My problem was that I couldn't retain the round edges once clicked for editing the page which has a round edged template in it.The image will be visible once I make it but last only till I click on that page's edit button for the next edit.I was after these things because of my interest in visuals and their effect on learning and memory .I never knew that it will be difficult for others to use it in other contexts .So I will remind myself about this great advice whenever I feel like adding flashy nature to contents on WE .I appreciate your help and support .I have a lot to learn from you Thanks again Balqis

Balqis Thaahaveettil (talk)11:26, 11 March 2012

From your description it sounds like you are using the rich editor. You can ignore how the page looks in that view. The important thing is how it is rendered in the wiki. (And, as I said, if you move to using the wikitext editor then that confusion won't exist, since you will be editing in a plain text representation of the page.)

JimTittsler (talk)13:14, 11 March 2012

Yes Jim ,I occasionally use wiki text but rich editor is used more often !May be that is the problem why l find the wiki text altered while doing editing worked on round edged templates .This is a good thing to know that I should ignore how it rich text editor.I will try to do as you told me

with sincere thanks


Balqis Thaahaveettil (talk)05:58, 12 March 2012