Last modified: 2012-07-26 17:06:38 UTC
What about adding a possibility for setting the html-tags <link rel="next" ...>
etc. within a MediaWiki page? In wikipedia you coult make date-pages easier to
navigate. What about adding the document history to <link rel="alternative"
This would be useful on wikinews for the RSS feed so that firefox could detect it.
<link rel="bookmark" href="#majorSectionOfArticle"> seems to be an obvious
addition. This would be quite beneficial to metadata-aware browsers. Since
wiki already creates a "Contents" box dynamically, it should only be a couple
extra lines of code to put some links in the document head as well.
While I do see some slight benefit to allowing the setting of these, I also know our <head> has grown way out of hand and adding even more stuff to it is not the way to cut it back. We keep saying "well this is only X more bytes, it won't matter." Well all of those bytes add up eventually and a line needs to be drawn.
I suggest drawing it here and closing WONTFIX.
*** Bug 26520 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I tend to agree with Chad. Would someone else review this and close?
I think this would be something for an extension.
In regards to comment 1 - (Just for clarification) I don't think that's a particularly good idea anymore (To let users do that sort of thing, security implications and what not)