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Can voting be disabled in the FAQ?

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On the FAQ, a few posts have been voted on, which has lead to the collapse of the entire structure of the FAQ. 

Can voting be disabled, but ONLY in the FAQ specifically?     

asked Mar 18, 2014 in Feature Request by dimension10 (1,950 points) [ no revision ]

To fix the problem temporarily, I have voted on the posts which have not been voted on. But this isn't a permanent solution.    

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This is extremely difficult. I am actually trying to disable rep gained or lost from votes, which is just terrible (I would know even less favorable expressions). Let me see what I can do.

Could it eventually be an idea to put the FAQ into a custom page and leave the actual question just for propositions to new entries?

answered Mar 18, 2014 by polarkernel (0 points) [ no revision ]

@polarkernel I was about to say that the problem with moving everything into a custom page is that it is hard for users to give feedback on policies, but then of course, each such feedback can be posted as a separate question on meta. So that's a good idea. 

Or maybe even, the question can retain the policies and FAQ just for the sake of discussion, and the official policies and FAQ can be moved into a custom page. 

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