On 11/23/2015 11:06 AM, Pat David wrote:
On Sat, Nov 21, 2015 at 7:01 AM Elle Stone
I stand corrected. There is a header at the top of each page, with
Wilber in the header. But the user must enable scripts to see the
I have scripting turned off and the top navigation header renders just
fine. So I cannot replicate this. Could you please elaborate on what
you are doing to trigger this behavior, and verify that it is correct?
Hmm, until today I never saw the navigation header on the home page. Has
it been added recently?
Back when I posted the original comment, I didn't see the navigation
header on the News page (or any other page), until after I enabled
scripts. But when I reloaded the page, the navigation header was there,
which perhaps was caused by reloading the page instead of by enabling
In any event, today the home page and also other pages have a navigation
header, with or without scripts enabled. Only once, upon first time
loading the page with the Pale Moon browser (Firefox derivative), there
was no header across the top. But upon reloading it appeared, even
though scripting was disabled.
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