There is a visual indication of whether there is any content on talk page.
When you are on the article page, if you see talk page link in blue, it
means there is content on the page and if the talk page link is red, it
indicates that the page doesn't exist. Unless you want to start a
discussion and/or create a talk page you shouldn't be clicking on that.
Hope this helps. Questions like this, in future, could be asked on village
pump page of related wiki where local users could assist better.
On Mon, 24 Feb 2020, 09:07 Shrinivasan T, <tshrinivasan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
When we are browsing wikipedia or wikisource pages, how can we know
that there are some content or discussion on the talk page, so that we
can check them too.
As a normal user, we have to click the talk page and check it.
If there is no discussion, it takes to talk page creation.
It will be good, if there are some visual identification, to inform
that there are some content on talk page.
Is there such a setting available already?
If not, how can we make it?
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