Summary: Add .allpagesredirect, .redirect-in-category to
                    standard CSS
           Product: MediaWiki
           Version: 1.17-svn
          Platform: All
        OS/Version: All
            Status: NEW
          Keywords: accessibility
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Normal
         Component: Redirects

Why in the world isn't the .allpagesredirect, .redirect-in-category
stuff mentioned in the above URL part of the standard CSS?

Why must administrators have to add it for their own wiki?

If there are some cases where it causes problems then they must be the
minority, and those administrators can customize it back out.

Searching for allpagesredirect and redirect-in-category here in
bugzilla shows many reports... Too many to add to depends/blocks today for me.
Now most of the work that those reports requested is done except for
the very last piece, adding them to the standard distribution stylesheets,

Why is it good for Wikimedia but not for Mediawiki?

Are there other cases like this where something was implemented for
Wikipedia/Wikimedia, then forgotten about for Mediawiki?

By the way, as mentioned in a second article, ,
Why isn't this implemented with <em> so it works in text browsers too?
Why is accessibility usually respected but not here? Thanks.

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