Bawolff (Brian Wolff) <> changed:

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--- Comment #21 from Bawolff (Brian Wolff) <> ---
Given the amount of people who used {{DISPLAYTITLE:<span
style="display:none">{{FULLPAGENAME}}</span>}} (before that was disabled), and
the number of people who use css to disable the title on a specific page, I
think having a __NOTITLE__ magic word is justified.

*I don't think telling users to modify the CSS is a good solution. User's
shouldn't have to know CSS to do something this common.
**Additionally, I think non-admins should be able to hide the heading, for
use-cases like the Asia example
*I personally think its good to have it as a general magic word, as often
people disable the title so they can make some sort of fancier heading for the
page. For example
*I do not think we should out of the box disable main page heading. This looks
weird for people who just write out a non-fancy page there (That's just my
*I do not think this would be open to any more abuse then average heading since
the title is still in the url/title bar. At worst someone could make a page
that looks like at first glance its title is something else. They could
probably already do that with some fancy position:absolute.

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