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I've tried using both the Wikia and Monobook skins, and I really like Monobook, but I seem to have an annoying line spacing issue. Whenever there is a line that contains any character in superscript, usually a reference, then the line between it and the line above will be more spacious. It's as if the superscript character is "pushing" the line spacing upward, so that it creates a space that’s almost the same space as a full double-line break (i.e.:the space that separates paragraphs from each other). It's ugly and unattractive. I've tried using other browsers such as Chrome and Firefox (I usually use IE10), but the problem remains. However, when I switch back to Wikia, the line spacing and paragraph spacing are beautiful and flawless.
I don't know if I'm explaining myself properly, so I did a Google search. I found this that shows what I'm talking about visually (if you look in the text that's in the boxes). Also, this guy seems to know what I'm talking about, but I can't understand the fix because I don't know CSS and I don't know if that would translate to Wookieepedia.
Now I can browse my Wookieepedia without superscripts messing up the line spacing. Now, instead looking at a dog's messy breakfast, I have a nice-looking Wookieepedia!--Richterbelmont10(come in R2!) 16:42, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
Added a neat <source> for your snippet, hope that's ok :) 1358(Talk) 16:47, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
Very nice. I was trying to figure that out by mistakenly using the Nowiki formatting, which didn't work!--Richterbelmont10(come in R2!) 17:22, September 12, 2013 (UTC)