--- Comment #23 from Laurence 'GreenReaper' Parry <> 
2010-11-15 19:23:21 UTC ---
Personal experience? Maybe you edit different articles than I do, but a lot of
them are relatively static, especially in terms of section headers. And that's
just on Wikipedia.

Section header links are used a lot. Maybe they shouldn't be, in their current
state, but they are. Getting rid of them entirely is not a good idea, nor is
replacing them with something that would be useless for their main purpose:
linking to a specific part of an article.

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