Template talk:U.S. Newspaper Footer

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Navbox?[edit]

Should this be formatted as a navbox? It seems like it would be more concise, more consistent with other WP article. It also seems like it clarify some misunderstandings. The way this appears in articles, it seems to be part of the article and not a separate template. I suspect this is why Donrell added some Georgia-specific links, which Aboutmovies 3.5 weeks later reverted saying "rm links to Georgia newspapers since this is Oregon". Neither editor seemed to recognize that these are generic, non-state-specific sections. The only thing state-specific is the addition of state-specific categories. Some of this misunderstanding I will eliminate by changing the section headings to lines prefixed with ";". But I still think a navbox would be better. YBG (talk) 23:06, 31 July 2016 (UTC)