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Bert on Wikipedia beta
See attachment. The thumbnail with the famous work of Bert has been shoved down next to the footer.

Firefox 82.0 / Windows7.

Expected behavior: Thumbnail with the famous work of Bert is next to the text above which the image code was inserted. (the normal behavior)
What happen instead: Thumbnail with the famous work of Bert is shoved down to accompany the footer.

(But AlexisJazz, you didn't specify where you want the survey! Yeah, so? Delete the survey for all I care, that'll solve the problem. I'm sure the devs will think of a solution that doesn't harm the display of the article or usability. Do I look like a web designer or WMF employee?)

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Restricted Application added a subscriber: Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptNov 30 2020, 7:15 PM
Aklapper updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 30 2020, 8:24 PM

@AlexisJazz: Which placement do you expect? Please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug when creating tickets - thanks. :)

AlexisJazz updated the task description. (Show Details)Nov 30 2020, 8:53 PM

@AlexisJazz: Which placement do you expect? Please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug when creating tickets - thanks. :)

I don't feel like this has added any new information, but I updated the description.

I don't know why you decided to mention web designers or WMF employee as I only asked for what you expect to happen instead, as a reader.
I asked as it seems that the famous work of Bert is also partially shoved down into the footer without a survey:

AlexisJazz added a comment.EditedDec 1 2020, 12:10 AM

I don't know why you decided to mention web designers or WMF employee as I only asked for what you expect to happen instead, as a reader.

As a reader, I don't expect any survey. I have no use for a survey. But this answer is probably fairly useless for a developer, is it not? There are dozens of ways to implement surveys, some more annoying than others. And whatever I suggest, a developer may actually know a better way that's even less intrusive, because I don't know all the possibilities.

I asked as it seems that the famous work of Bert is also partially shoved down into the footer without a survey:

Can you try this again? Because I can't. (T269053) The image wasn't fully at the top of the article, it was on the second line. It is on top now. The article is admittedly unusually short, I slightly expanded it.