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Hi! As T:NO HTML states, the use of HTML in articles "complicates site maintenance, and creates design inconsistencies". That means there is a technical reason for not using it, so there should be no exceptions. Shambala108 ☎ 16:03, November 6, 2014 (UTC)
Prefixes on release pages Edit
Hey. I reverted your edits on 1963 (releases) and 1964 (releases) for two reasons. One, the main use of prefixes is for in-universe (and sometimes out of universe, as with DCOM) citations. They're disruptive in the middle of a sentence. I know there are examples of that all over, but it's best practice to avoid it. Two, there are hundreds of release pages. If you want to make a major and far-reaching stylistic change like that, you should bring it up on the forum first. P&P talk contribs 21:43, November 10, 2014 (UTC)