The previous incarnation of this site had the following disclaimer at the top, in red:
Like Wikipedia, mi.yodeya makes no guarantee of validity, and does not offer professional (particularly rabbinic) advice. Treat mi.yodeya information like it came from a crowd of your friends.
I don't see anything like that here yet, presumably because we're using a generic beta template. Is there any way to get it on?
Addition from Isaac Moses:
I asked SE about this when we were getting ready for migration, and the response was that the moderators should be able to add this as a system message. In fact, I have that ability now, but system messages expire after a maximum of 48 hours, so it's not really a sustainable technique.
I wonder if SE could either grant us an exception to the 48-hour rule or insert the appropriate HTML (included below) permanently at the top of the site.
This basic issue is very important to me and to many other users of this site, as discussed in this early meta-question. The red disclaimer was an important part of what made us comfortable with the Jewish crowd-Q&A enterprise.
<p style="color:#ff0000"><center><strong> Like <a style="color:#ff0000" href = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:General_disclaimer>Wikipedia</a>, Judaism.SE makes <i>no guarantee of validity</i>, and does not offer professional (particularly rabbinic) advice.<br>Treat information from this site like it came from a crowd of your friends. </strong></center></p>