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  2. JSPWIKI-905

HADDOCK – headings have insufficient padding

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Not A Problem
    • Affects Version/s: 2.10.2
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Templates and UI
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      Description

      I've noticed that when applying the HADDOCK template to an existing wiki which has hitherto been using PlainVanilla, main section headings appear to be bunched up to the point where legibility is impacted negatively.

      I've been compensating for this by manually inserting line breaks, but it occurs to me this should really be handled by HADDOCK, rather than manually reformatting. If one ever has to switch back to PlainVanilla for example, then there is a whole lot of associated manual reformatting to do as well.

      After doing some digging around with Firefox inspector, it appears HADDOCK heading elements (h1, h2, h3) are missing padding values compared to their equivalents in PlainVanilla. This should be amended such that users can apply the HADDOCK template to an existing wiki without readability taking a step back.

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        1. HADDOCK-HeadingPadding-2.png
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          Dave Koelmeyer
        2. HADDOCK-HeadingPadding-1.png
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        3. HADDOCK-HeadingPadding-3.png
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        4. HADDOCK-HeadingPadding-4.png
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        5. pagesource.txt
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          Dave Koelmeyer

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              Reporter:
              davenz Dave Koelmeyer

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