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Tag wiki too prominent when sorting posts by tag

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When sorting posts by tag, the tag usage part pops up as expected, but also the whole tag wiki. So when you actually start writing a proper tag wiki for a tag, anyone who wants to see posts under that tag has to scroll past the tag wiki each time. The wiki could get quite long.

Example here: https://software.codidact.com/categories/38/tags/3296

If I just want to filter out the latest posts tagged "C" - this is how most users will use the sites when the site traffic escalates - then the whole browser page that pops up when I click on the tag is actually occupied by the tag wiki. The wiki is likely mildly useful information and not something people wish to read every time they view posts under a certain tag.

The wiki either needs to be moved to a separate page so that we only see tag usage/excerpt (as done at Someplace Else). Or maybe some manner of split view would need to be invented, where we see the posts to the left and the wiki to the right or similar.

The posts and tag usage are what's important to see.

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