Hoss Man updated LUCENE-7924:
    Component/s: general/website

> dynamic infobox on javadocs/tutorials/ref-guide html pages when URL doesn't 
> match "latest" version
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>                 Key: LUCENE-7924
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-7924
>             Project: Lucene - Core
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: general/website
>            Reporter: Hoss Man
> Spinning this idea out of some comments/concerns in SOLR-10595...
> It would be nice if all the various "version specific" pages we have (ie: 
> javadocs, tutorials, solr ref-guide) could include some standard snippet of 
> text drawing users attention to the fact that they are looking at docs for an 
> "older" version of lucene/solr -- ideally with a link to the current version. 
> ala...
> {panel}
> This page is part of the documentation refers to Lucene 5.4.0. The current 
> version of [Lucene is 6.6.0|http://lucene.apache.org/core/6_6_0/core/].
> {panel}
> The details of how this could work aren't clear cut -- particularly since for 
> any arbitrary URL the "latest" version of those docs may not contain the 
> exact same path/file (ie: deprecated/moved classes in future releases, 
> etc...) but ideally it would be some very generic mod_include / javascript 
> directive that could be included in all generated HTML, that would only 
> "activate" when the page was loaded from lucene.apache.org and would only 
> inject the "warning" into the page based on the version number in the URL 
> compared to some server side configured version number (ex: the way we 
> already have the "latest" version# hardcoded in our .htaccess file for 
> redirects)

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