I mean, types of pages? Here are the ones I've noticed.
Regular pages include articles, talk pages, and user pages.
Here are the non-regular pages I've noticed:
User Preferences Page
History (now called Older Versions)
What Links Here (and maybe Where This Links To)
Which ones did I miss? I'm doing this enumeration so I can look at the
database schema and see what information is actually needed, and what
isn't, and what would allow for optimal access and use of space.
For instance, right now, the "options" field could be a simple integer
index which refers to a specific CSS file; when a user changes their
options they would get linked to a different CSS file, that is all. I
don't know, maybe that is already what happens.
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