Talk:Mishpat Ivri

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Hi. I've noticed this listing format on other pages. I don't like it because it spreads out the article alot. If this format is standard, perhaps the list could be shifted to the end, like a kind of cross-referencing. Anyway, thanks muchly for your input.... HG 09:49, 22 May 2005 (UTC)[reply]

  • Hi HG, the "listing" as you call it, is a "template". Don't worry at all. The way it's set up is in fact "standard procedure" at Wikipedia. It's meant to create a more comprehensive "reference" (or a "cross-referencing as you put it above) for the reader who may not have a clue about Israel and many of its most important components as a society and a state. This particular template cannot be placed at the bottom of this particular page, as it would then create a long empty gap on the other side of the page opposite it. However, if the article was double its length then there would be no problem moving it lower down as it would then "share space" with the actual article, which is normal for any Wikipedia article with a template on it such as this one. (If anything, most readers enjoy these helpful templates -- and the tables and references they create and provide -- if for no other reason that they break up the "visual monotony" of the verbiage on the pages.) IZAK 10:00, 22 May 2005 (UTC)[reply]