I like this. This is the Library's Groups of Interest page?
EDIT: Never mind, didn't see the sidebar. I take it that means we can add groups of interest?
Honestly, I'd rather you didn't. And I've got reasons for that, as follows:
These are not necessarily the Hand's Groups of Interest. This is, instead, the Library's. Now, that being said, if something is dangerous or interesting enough that the Library takes notice, then yes, they should be added. However, writing a handful of stories about something doesn't necessarily make them that interesting to the Librarian, Archivists, etc. Notice that The Factory and Wondertainment don't have analogues, nor do many, many other groups.
Additionally, I don't see this as a solid, be-all, end-all page. The notes at the top and bottom lay that out, I think. Instead, I'd rather people view this as a jumping off point. Fill in the gaps that I left, answer questions I left hanging (preferably different people with different answers), and above all else—Do not consider this canon.
Like all good documents for sites with flexible interpretation, you should be able to accept or discard all, some, or none of this page, at will. Head canon is a beautiful thing.
If you really, really, really want to add something, and you've gotten it all nice and ready, and you can explain why the library cares, then feel free to bug me in chat, through wikidot, or even in this very thread. But please don't add at will.
"WELL FOUNDATION. YOU MADE IT SO EASY. SO VERY VERY EASY." - dimensionpotato
It wasn't, actually. If you look in the revision history, you can see that when this was posted, it didn't have a title that Wikidot would have recognised. It meant that there was no way to directly get on the forum page from things like Recent Posts.
By request of thedeadlymoose, I have fixed the alignment on the "Of the Jailors" section by adding an extra <div> with an "overflow:auto". I did not add this to the other sections, since it's only needed when the left-side text box is longer than the enclosing <div>.
Note here: what you're seeing on your browser will not neccesarily be the same on other people's broswers. Some overflow might appear for some people, which you can't see. It might be worth having the overflow:auto attribute on each div block.