Regarding to a thread on Debian user mailing list (Re: Disable X-Server
temporary), I noticed an issue for the website
Since you're the copyright holder, I suspect you're the maintainer too.
On Wed, 2012-09-19 at 12:53 -0600, Bob Proulx wrote:
> Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > OT: When I read about Debian's runlevel 1 I noticed that for
> > http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/212 using Firefox 15.0.1 I
> > have to scroll to the right, no line break
> The scrolling problem is the same for other browsers too. It appears
> to be a "web site html markup fail". I say appears to be because
> although I looked briefly and see the problem is related to the table
> formatting used I won't say that is the root cause.
> However the problem seems to be centered on its formatting as a table
> driven site now and the article is pushed into fixed width table data
> (<td>) fields. Blech! I can't believe it has always been that way.
> The site maintainer is probably experimenting with other markup and
> not realizing the problem.
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