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(Created template to help with Categories.)
 
(Created template to help with Categories.)
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{{Documentation subpage}}
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{{Rellink|extraclasses=relarticle mainarticle|The main section for this [[Help:Categories|category]] is {{#ifeq:{{{article|}}}|no|on the page|in the article}} [[{{{1}}}]], in the section titled [[{{{1}}}#{{{2}}}|{{{2}}}]].}}<noinclude>
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==Usage==
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<!-- Add categories and interwikis to the /doc subpage, not here! -->
This template is for use on category pages to refer to the primary section within an article associated with this category, which most of the time describes the entire set containing the category.
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{{Documentation}}
 
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</noinclude>
:<code><nowiki>{{Category main section|article|section}}</nowiki></code>
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The parameter <code>|article=no</code> changes "in the article" to "on the page" if the main page for the category is not an article.
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:<code><nowiki>{{Category main section|article|section|article=no}}</nowiki></code>
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==Example==
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Using <code><nowiki>{{Category main section|Mathematics|History}}</nowiki></code> produces the following result
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{{Category main section|Mathematics|History}}
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==See also==
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*{{tl|Cat main}}
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*{{tl|Cat more}}
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*{{tl|Cat exp}}
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*[[Template:Hatnote templates documentation|Other uses templates documentation]] about hatnotes
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<includeonly>
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[[Category:Category namespace templates]]
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Revision as of 23:32, 4 June 2011

[edit] [purge] Template documentation

Usage

This template is for use on category pages to refer to the primary section within an article associated with this category, which most of the time describes the entire set containing the category.

{{Category main section|article|section}}

The parameter |article=no changes "in the article" to "on the page" if the main page for the category is not an article.

{{Category main section|article|section|article=no}}

Example

Using {{Category main section|Mathematics|History}} produces the following result

See also