What are your views on women fighting on the front line?
I have read an articles where some solders say they don’t feel as safe because if they are shot they don’t think a 5’6 125lb woman can carry them to saftey. This is not an attack on women I just your want opinions.
What do you then think of the feminists who are pushing for this “right”?
Suggestion by GreenEyedSista
I don’t think a woman is meant to do every job. This is one of them. Sorry.
Suggestion by babyrawl
I can see that argument.
Suggestion by BOISE_DD
I think if they are shot the question of if they are safe has already been answered, if I were shot and had the option of a person beside me not shot man or woman I’d take it. The military is suffering needing recruits, if a woman feels she can fight let her fight when the battle is broght to our front door she will have to fight anyway.
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How to put a Wikipedia photos to the left hand side?
I know how to add photos to a Wikipedia article. How do you put your uploaded Wikipedia photos to the left hand side?
Suggestion by Gelu
[[Image:Wikipedesketch1.png|thumb|left|alt=A cartoon centipede reads books and types on a laptop.|The Wikipede edits ”[[Myriapoda]]”.]]
The above text gives the image file name “Wikipedesketch1.png”, the image type “thumb” and alignment “left”, the alt text “A cartoon centipede reads books and types on a laptop.”, and the caption “The Wikipede edits Myriapoda.” A Wikipedia reader can click on the thumbnail, or on the small double-rectangle icon below it, to see the corresponding file page which will let the user see the image in its original size.
Although the above text may appear in multiple lines for formatting purposes, the actual image text is on one line, as it uses spaces without any line breaks. The “[[” and the first “|” must be on the same line; other spaces and line breaks are ignored if they are next to “|” characters or just inside the brackets. Some parts of the image syntax, such as the “alt=”, do not allow spaces or line breaks, and the easiest way to get it right is to omit unnecessary spaces and line breaks.
Alt text is intended for visually impaired readers. Often the caption or article will describe the image inadequately, and where this is the case you can write alt=caption or alt=see adjacent text. If additional alt text is added, it should be a succinct description that complies with the content policies; see WP:ALT for more information. Unlike alt text, a caption can contain Wiki markup like “”[[Myriapoda]]””. The caption text is placed underneath the picture.
Suggestion by Fastily
Use the aforementioned code, replacing “FILENAME” with the title of the file(s) you uploaded.
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