Does the scroll box make WikiTree better?
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Not html, or for beautification, the wiki markup version of the scroll box works just fine (but not in G2G).
The scroll box is for function ... to comfortably place a will (or letter) in the biography, The guide for profiles says "Content that's specifically related to someone in particular should go on a Person Profile."
Wills and letters speak to us in the profiled's own words. The human being behind the statistics. From the will, we know what was most important, who was loved, who was trusted, and often we can "read between the lines" to glean the very essence of the person.
Style suggestions say the biography should be "easy to read and understand - clear, concise and well organized." What better way to make the inclusion of the will (even long ones) all those things?
Why is the scroll box (using wiki markup) not recommended, please?