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Created a pull request in canonical-web-and-design/ that received 12 comments

Build charm resources page

Done Built the resources section of the charm details page QA Go to Go to https://cha…

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Created an issue in canonical-web-and-design/vanilla-framework that received 7 comments

Consider removing the fixed header convention that is becoming more common on our sites

In dev catchup on 6th July 2021 we discussed a problem where fixed headers cause problems with in-page links. By default when you click an in-page …

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