Originally Posted by geekmaster
Okay, that makes sense. Perhaps putting it in a template could actually PROTECT it from edits rather than make it "too easy".
We want it to stay the same as it is now, and if moving it to a template can help, that may be desirable in this case.
Originally Posted by knc1
You should __NEVER__ have to "switch to the edit tab and scroll".
Click the "Edit" button to the right hand side of the section you wish to make the edits in. Only that section will open in the editor.
You can not force everyone to stick to the unwritten rule to only use the Edit Button next to the section.
Especially wiki-unexpierienced people
might use the "wrong" edit button and then will be confronted with the Header-Source, that might distract them.
When you want to cast the whole header in stone: make the header a template.
So i dont want to discuss what the header should look like or about how many of what Indexes we need.
I only want to encourage you to design the wikipage, how you (hopefully) design a program: You dont copy and paste the header to 12(!) different pages. (or at least that is not considered a "good style")
The Wiki offers us the ability to avoid such things.