I think usually, it's good to have more content as it means we're being thorough. However, we could definitely change some things in terms of organization, using more scrollboxes, and splitting the content up into different sections. Thoughts?
Thanks for feedback guys. Regarding the tabber I was going to try and space the tabs out by editing the css but I can only add left/right margins. I can't add bottom margins so the second row tabs aren't stacked on top of the first.
Remember that tabbers are only a desktop solution, and yet most of FANDOM's viewers are from mobile (tabbers do not work on mobile and appear just as one long block of text). So, in this case, I think headers and a table of contents is better, as it is more universal. Just my two cents.
Urgh I've just realised that the Tabs template used on all the episode articles doesn't work on mobile. I spent a long time dividing character articles into tabs as well but I guess I'll have to revert them all back to just one article :P
I've come up with a decent solution. I've added almost the whole article into a collapsible element (except the infobox and intro paragraph) and placed it on the main character page. When you all get the time could you check Dana Scully's page on mobile device and tell me what you think. Thanks!