Talk:Specificity

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This redirect page is pointless, and should be deleted, especially since the redirect is to only one page that relates directly to a concept of specificity. The other redirect is just to CSS as a whole. Perhaps there ought to be a disambiguation page, but I doubt it. In any case, the current situation serves nobody's easiest access to information. ErikNilsson (talk) 00:01, 16 May 2008 (UTC)

The actual (tests) page, while "related to a concept of" specificity, is a very technical and very er, specific, meaning, not relevant to anyone who wants the casual-conversation meaning. The (tests) page was moved away and a disambig page (rather than redirect) created here because many people looking up (or wikilinking) "specificity" really don't want the (tests) meaning. I have no idea what the CSS issue is. Maybe this page should redirect to specific (a DAB page for that exact term only) and have one unified DAB for the various forms of the term? DMacks (talk) 00:53, 16 May 2008 (UTC)