Screenshot of problem.
Pages that have feedback on them now show a link to the feedback page with the number of comments left.
The link is in larger font (font-size: 14px; seems an odd number not matching any other font-size on the page) and prominently on top right underneath the page title. Also awkwardly positioned on the same line as the site sub "From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia" which has a completely different styling and isn't separated from it in any way – one the same line.
<small>From Wikipedia..</small> <big>[|||] 1 READER COMMENT</big>
Simon Pegg (born 14 February 1970) is an English actor, ..
Personally I think the best course of action for the short term would be to remove it entirely from the top of the page. It seems way out of balance to display something relatively unimportant so boldly on the page. People will obviously notice and statistics may show it nicely, but perhaps people shouldn't be drawn to this that much?