~~There is too much white space on the left and the right side of any wiki page.~~
~~Some of our boxes or something breaks mobile view.~~
~~https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Bridges - There you can scroll to the right even if it shouldn't be possible to scroll to the right.~~
**css fixes required**
* reduce space between lines a bit
* increase space between chapters a bit
a) mediawiki original (examples: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whonix / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix-like)
* The underline below a chapter is good.
* Right amount of space between chapter title and text.
* Right amount of space between chapters.
b) Whonix wiki:
* Too much space after title headline.
* There is too much space between lines of text.
mediawiki original space between title headline and text and space between lines of text is better. We want Whonix similar to mediawiki in regards to space between lines.
~~mediawiki markup fix required~~
~~pretty up table / add border between cells~~
**CodeSelect needs fixes:**
* Too big when there is just one line.
* Too small when there are two lines, example: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Template:Deactivate_Misc_Proxy_Settings
* Also, if fixable, the `[select code]` text should never cover other text if there is a lot text input.
~~Bullet point font sizes within footnotes are too big (bigger than normal footnote size), should be smaller.~~
~~Example on page https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Comparison_with_Others look for
`Open Source software does not automatically prevent`~~
~~After a bullet point, there is too little white space before the next non-bullet point text. ~~
~~There is more space before the bullet point text than after the bullet point text which is bad style. Should not be needed to use two new lines after a bullet point list.~~
~~fix wiki Expand All / Collapse All~~ [already SOLVED](https://forums.whonix.org/t/expand-all-at-once-button-for-wiki-documentation/3959/9?u=patrick)
~~Broken since we switched from mediawiki strapping to mediawiki foreground skin.~~
~~To be used on www.whonix.org/wiki/Documentation~~
~~(It worked previously:)~~
**Any other CSS recommendations for a well readable pretty wiki page?**