Thanks for the feedback on the Orlando guide. I was confused by the constant <p> in the article which I thought was not needed so I deleted them whenever I saw them. If I should leave them, please let me know. Thanks! --MarinaK 17:07, 25 February 2009 (EST)MarinaK.
The <p> is HTML markup for a paragraph . It ensures a line space after that sentence. If the Article code includes a line space anyway, then the <p> is not necessary. Notice how when you tried to type <p> in your comment, it broke your sentence into two lines and no <p> was visible. That is its function. It seems like they were redundant in the places you deleted them, but I can't say that they are not needed anywhere, so just Preview the edit before saving. Jtesla16 23:46, 25 February 2009 (EST)
The Georgia regions discussion got a little chaotic last round. I'd be happy if you would put up a renewed proposal, since you have a good handle on things. We could get a few others to chime in to produce a more durable consensus, and then I can get working on a regions map (Georgia is one of three states remaining without one!). --PeterTalk 05:16, 8 November 2009 (EST)
Posted a new proposal, glad to see this moving forward. I wish I could be active lately but I have been swamped. If you ever feel the desire to map Atlanta I'd be more than happy to work together on that! --Jtesla16 21:31, 8 November 2009 (EST)
I'm absolutely willing to create an Atlanta districts map, provided you answer my final questions here ;) If your proposal wouldn't leave any gaps in Wikitravel's world coverage, then I'll be ready to start on the map! --PeterTalk 22:33, 18 November 2009 (EST)
Nice to see you around again—looks like you've had some good time traveling? I haven't forgotten about the Atlanta map; I've just been busy with all sorts of various things! --PeterTalk 17:02, 21 August 2010 (EDT)
Awesome, glad to hear it. I finally have a home again and can continue contributing. I will get my act together in the next couple weeks and we can deliberate on a good map.--Jtesla16 00:32, 22 August 2010 (EDT)