I recently downvoted an answer by @what (whose opinion, FWIW, I generally respect) to this question, Effective differentiation of dream sequence from "normal text", not primarily because of the actual advice, but because I feel it should be prefaced with "In my opinion...", "I consider it a best practice to..." or even "Even though many writers feel otherwise...".
It's harder to be objective here, in an arts-based forum, than in more scientific SE sites. We're often giving stylistic advice around which opinions may vary. However, to match general SE practice, I think if our advice doesn't match a commonly accepted standard, we should explicitly indicate that it is a personal recommendation, and explain why it is being recommended (and ideally why others might feel differently). Even if I'm sure --as I often am --that I'm right and the world is wrong, it's still misleading to present my view as though it had universal support.
Is this a correct standard for this SE? Is my solution the right one, or are there better ways to handle this? Does it make a difference that the question was generally framed as seeking an opinion-based answer?