Template:Documentation subpage/doc

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This template displays a message that the current page is a documentation subpage.

Usage[edit source]

{{Documentation subpage}}
{{Documentation subpage|[[Page where the documentation transcluded]]}}

[examples needed]

Userbox documentation[edit source]

To set this template to use "userbox" and "userbox page" rather than "template" and "template page" or "user template" and "user template page", use:

{{Userbox documentation subpage}}
{{Userbox documentation subpage|[[userbox page]]}}

Text customization[edit source]

The parameters |text1= and |text2= can be used to set the text of, respectively, the template's first and second lines. If text1 is set but not text2, both lines' text will derive from text1:

With text1 and text2

{{Documentation subpage |text1='''''text1 appears here''''' |text2='''''text2 appears here'''''}}

With text2 only

{{Documentation subpage |text2='''''text2 appears here'''''}}

With text1 only

{{Documentation subpage |text1='''''text1 appears here'''''}}

Other parameters[edit source]

|inhibit=yes will prevent this template from generating any categories. (By default, "Namespace documentation pages" (usually Category:Template documentation pages) is added, or Category:Documentation subpages without corresponding pages if the main page doesn't exist.)

Display[edit source]

This template should normally be placed at the top of /doc pages. It changes output depending on where it is viewed:

  • On a /doc page, it displays a box explaining template documentation and links to the template page.
  • On other pages – i.e. pages transcluding the /doc page – the template will not show. The template page itself (which contains {{Documentation}}) will automatically note that the documentation is transcluded from a subpage.

Functions[edit source]

In addition to its message, the template adds pages to Category:Template documentation pages, Category:User documentation pages, or similar (named after the subject space), but only for documentation pages in namespaces with the subpage feature. It defaults the sort key to the page name without namespace: Template:Foo, for example, would be sorted as "Foo", i.e. under "F".

See also[edit source]