The content-page template @amcnamara wrote puts each of the page "components" into a separate div, but if there are several of them they don't always render nicely. Specifically, in @arajek's fork, at commit c5b4795e, if you visit /user/fsdfsddfsfa you get redirected to /users with an error message. But it renders on the same line as the sub-heading, instead of separately. I suspect the solution is to clear some float styles at some point in the CSS, but it's a bit beyond my comfort level to fix without breaking something else, so if @amcnamara or @gigasquid could look at it I'd appreciate it.
I'll take a look
Thanks. No hurry though, since we don't have (and won't anytime soon) any production code that actually exhibits the problem as far as I know.
Looks like this is not an issue anymore? -
Going to page /user/fsdfsddfsfa gives the user a 404
Yeah, see my above remark about production code. No code currently running exhibits the problem, but if we ever add a page with both an error and a sub-heading it will look bad.