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That's what I mean : when you preview the question, if you post the same title as a previously submitted node, it instead prompts you with something like :

Your suggested node title : 'CGI Question' matched the following existing nodes. Maybe one of the monks has already answered a question just like yours!

  • CGI Question by koacamper(type: perlquestion)
  • CGI question by Gibble(type: perlquestion)
  • CGI Question by kelcey(type: perlquestion)
if it doesn't, click preview again to really preview your question.
see? or you could do some twiddling to match "cgi.pm Question" or subtypes of the question

In reply to Re: Re: Cut down on the FAQ (Adam: Have you tried these nodes?) by boo_radley
in thread Cut down on the FAQs, Jack, by searching for code before you post that node. BR(Serious Title : Searching for matching node titles reduces redundancy) by boo_radley

Title:
Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
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