Hi! Tromsø was my first edit ever on Wikitravel, and there was a header saying: WARNING: This page is 53 kilobytes long; some browsers may have problems editing pages approaching or longer than 32kb. Please consider breaking the page into smaller sections. I then hesitated to do more, add infos…
According to which guidelines can we (I) break a page into smaller sections. I didn't find round here examples that could help.
Otherwise, I couldn't manage to do with the usual </br> and others. I am totally unable to understand this kind of things, may you please explain this to me in daily language.
Thank you forward for your help (takk på forhånd for hjelpen). ✓ Kanġi Oĥanko 12:50, 8 June 2008 (EDT)
I've never had a problem with Internet Explorer handling the long pages. I believe that "breaking" refers to editing one section at a time. Click "edit" next to the Do or See section instead of the Edit tab at the top. We do not use HTML here, so avoid /br etc. -OldPine 13:37, 8 June 2008 (EDT)
Thanks for your edits. Feel free to ignore that message. It is a relic of times when some browsers had problems editing large pages. There is really no need for the message anymore. — Ravikiran 13:43, 8 June 2008 (EDT)
I suppose that 53 kb is not a critical size. In other hand a huge page size is unpleasant for a users, who have low-speed internet connection (eg. dialup) or access Wikitravel by a mobile devices. Personally i try to hold a page size smaller about 60-100 kb depending on number of pictures (this page size take into account only a text, no artwork). A example of article divided into part is Chicago. In any case a article content is above a technical issues. ;-) -- Sergey kudryavtsev 02:51, 10 June 2008 (EDT)
this article is written with an outstanding smart sense of humor..so i could not help laughing out loudly when reading the lines..
thank you whoever is/are the person(s) written the notes on parks, restaurants etc..
It is true that there is a train to Kolari in Northern Finland. But since there is no onward bus connection to Tromsø from there, is of no help that Kolari is slightly closer to Tromsø. Helsinki-Rovaniemi by train, with a corresponding bus to Tromsø (in summer) is a good idea. Left alone in Kolari is NOT.
The fact that there is a train to Nikel in Russia is of precious little help to most travellers. You still have to cross the border to Norway (with a Schengen visa), and then you have around 900km/600mi to Tromsø. The bus three times a week to Tromsø requires one overnight in Alta. LocoDelNorte
There are way too many images in this article. Should be cutback to the usual minimum. Please someone who knows Tromso do this. I think about 10 would be right. --Burmesedays 12:21, 30 March 2010 (EDT)
Wow, I lost count twice trying to count them all! They're all great but need to be cut down. My suggestions would be The arctic cathedral, Northern Lights, midnight sun, view from the cable car, a scene from the market, the traditional wooden buildings, plus possibly some festivals and harbor scenes. Many of the pictures are scenes from outside Tromso, I'm going to cut down on those in the meantime except for the Get Out section. Other suggestions would be awesome! hokiesvt 22:19, 26 March 2011 (EDT)
There is actually a vegetarian kafe in Tromsø. Sivertsens kafekooperativ is located at Rådstua Teaterhus, Vestregata 48. It offers a small, but good and affordable meny. Opening hours are 12 to 17 each wednesday to saturday this summer. The facebook site is http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=1148490818&ref=ts
g. Sivertsens kafekooperativ
Since this seems like a useful information and as our friend seems to lost interest, I've plunged forward and added this to Tromsø#Eat. I've added it to "budget" subsection since it seems the right place, but I know nothing of neither the cafe nor the town, so anybody with local information, please feel free to move it to elsewhere. – Vidimian 10:59, 28 June 2010 (EDT)