Template not working
I don't know what's wrong - shouldn't it scroll at the top like the e-UK wiki one did? Also is it worth adjusting the widths of the tables? seeing as the template overlaps them on my screen :[
Oh bah, yeah you'll need to specify % widths for the table, otherwise that will happen, yeah.
Its still doing the scrolly thing, but me and Andy were thinking: Would it be possible to have the table auto "minimised" to the side, with a tab thing you can click to bring out the menu? Would prevent it from intruding on content too much for smaller screen resolutions: http://i.imgur.com/jxETl.jpg (we can assume most of the "others" here are smaller than the designated resolutions).
EDIT: Also I just noticed it seems to have created a gap at the top of the article underneath the main heading :P
I'm still not sure what problems you've encountered. Could you screenie/screenvideo any glitches you're having?
Basically, when I scroll down the page, the menu follows, but it stays in the middle on the right side of the screen (https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6odEJoLrZGvdHdORjFnVEtZODg), which obscures content. This is in contrast to https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6odEJoLrZGvV2JFNjJuRTNDcVU , where it scrolls with me at the top on the right side of the screen.
Also, it has created a gap at the top of the page ---> https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6odEJoLrZGvZXFnaWsyRGtyX1U (highlighted in blue)
- Yeah, that was necessary as the script messed up this forum extension's dropdown menu, I found. (If you try adding the tables to the e-uk.net wiki, the same overflow happens btw). As I said, use % widths, not pixels, so tables can resize themselves.
- Hmm, will look at that soon...