var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
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wat exactly # does here...
If you look at the source html you can see that instead of links they put in the "#" sign. Kind of like a "placeholder" for an actual link. It doesn't really mean anything...
# signifies an anchor on a page.
By itself ( domain.com/foo.html# ) it doesn't do anything, but if you put the name of an anchor after it, it will take you that location on the apge.
For example, if you have a link such as:
and later you want to 'jump' to this section of your page, you can create a link such as <a href="#hello">Jump to hello</a>.
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