Consolidate review requests to the top of the content area and get rid of the box in the sidebar

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enhancement
3 years ago
3 years ago

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(Reporter: sheppy, Unassigned)

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3 years ago
Created attachment 8633087 [details]
Mockup of a page with the review information moved to the top

We currently have two UX elements that appear when a page needs review. At the top of the content area of the page, you find one or more "This article needs a(n) X review" banners. Then in the sidebar is a box that says "The following review(s) have been requested on this page" with checkboxes to mark the page as having received each type of review.

Let's remove the top-of-content banners and moving the sidebar box to that location, with the width of the box adjusted accordingly.

See the attached mockup for an example of what I suggest we do. While this example has quicklinks causing the sidebar on the left to be used anyway, it still concentrates this information into one place -- and will ease layout work on pages that don't use the sidebar.
See Also: → bug 1183337
Severity: normal → enhancement
Keywords: in-triage
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