I complained to the author about how horrible the table in Inner Scriptorium was...
You said the text in the header row was "huge". I simply used <th><c>. It looks fine for me, in both Firefox and Chrome, as both myself and as Anonymous Monk. So if it looks "horrible" to you, I have to conclude that it's due to something unusual in your setup.
I should put a 'readmore' around the table, though.
I should have done that. I have done. Of course, that only removes the "problem" on the section page. I don't know how it affects viewing the node directly, as I have yet to actually see a problem.
If the "problem" is simply that the table is wide... well, what would anyone do about that? It's a wide table. It has a lot of columns.
I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.
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