Summary: Every edit page has a useless "page notice" when
                    viewed in text browsers
           Product: Wikimedia
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Keywords: accessibility
          Severity: trivial
          Priority: Normal
         Component: General/Unknown

For ***text browsers, and Firefox when you turn off ALT V Y N (stylesheets)***,
every edit page on the English Wikipedia (and maybe other) shows a 'Page
E.g., for the above URL, it is
... a redlink of all things!

Here's the useless HTML.
One sees it tries to hide in a "display none",
I thought that was already decided as a bad thing to do.
Just don't inject it if you don't want to splatter it into search engines and
peoples text browsers, phones, etc.
                                                <!-- start content -->
            <div id="editnotice-area" class="editnotice-area" style="clear:
both; width: 100%;"><div class="editnotice-link editnotice-redlink sysop-show
accountcreator-show" style="margin: 0px 0.8em; padding: 0pt; clear: both;
float: right; line-height: 1em; display: none;"> <small><a
class="new" title="Template:Editnotices/Page/One (David Karp novel) (page does
not exist)">Page notice</a>

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