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The template link template is a simple macro template used to display a template name as a link surrounded by braces, thus showing how the template name would be used in code. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation. A short example is that the code:

{{Tl|Example}}
generates
{{Example}}

<templatedata>{ "description": "This template displays a template name as a link surrounded by braces, thus showing how the template name would be used in code. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.", "params": {

 "1": {
   "label": "template name",
   "description": "the template name without the namespace prefix “Template:”, which is added automatically",
   "type": "string",
   "required": true
 }

}}</templatedata>

More complex variations are described below.

Example

Code Result
{{Tl|Void}} {{Void}}
{{Tl2|X1}} {{X1}}
{{Tl2|SISTER=M:|3x}} {{3x}}
{{Tl2|SISTER=wikibooks|LANG=de:|WP}} {{WP}}
{{Tl|1==)}} {{=)}}

See also

Template:Navbar-header

Link style → Linked Unlinked Linked with subst Linked including braces Linked with alternative text
Text style ↓

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

option1
Template:Code Template:Code Template:Code Template:Code
Normal

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage Template:· This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage 2Template:· This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage 1, 2

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage 2

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage Template:· This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

Code Template:Code or
Template:Code

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage 2Template:· This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage Template:· This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

 
Bold Template:Code

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

 
Bold code Template:Code

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

Italic code Template:Code

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

NOTES:  1 =

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx up to 10 parameters, then ...
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; for more
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx unlimited parameters as one nowiki string
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx = won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#61; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx {{=}} is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx sticky nowiki is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty won't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#32; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &nbsp; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx &#124; is okay
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx is dubious
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx empty really doesn't work
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx two clobbers 2=one
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx right to left okay

See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage

is the most general, allowing any combination of text style and/or link style options.
2 = Prevents wrapping of text by placing it inside of Template:Tag tags.

Style comparison


For parameter description

This 'Template loop detected: Template:Tlx' template documentation is transcluded for all Tlx family templates (Tlx, Tlxc, Tlxw, Tlxb) [edit].Masterpage  


Basically:

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

Where parameters might contain "=" characters, use Template loop detected: Template:Tlx instead

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

For more than 10 parameters, possibly also containing "=", use

Template loop detected: Template:TlxTemplate loop detected: Template:Tlx

The three dots in the examples represent a number of arguments that have been omitted and are not an actual argument.

Purpose and naming

Mnemonically 'Template link expanded'. After Template loop detected: Template:Tlx 'Template link'.

  • This template takes another template-name and some associated pipe-tricked (numbered) parameters (or 'pass parameters'), and displays them as an 'example demonstration' of how the template-name template could be coded, literally. Its primary use is in instruction and documentation.
  • Specifics: Up to 10 pass parameters (numbered or nowiki-keywords) for the specified template are displayed as 'placeholders', and over 10 parameters can be displayed using a coded vertical-bar (as in "&#124;..."). A keyword parameter can be used with equals code &#61; or {{=}} or in nowiki-text: "Template:Tag" or all parameters as a string in "Template:Tag" tags; see Examples at bottom. For more details, see this talk page.
  • Exceptions: If the intended template lists numerous parameters, then perhaps this template should really not be used, and just hardcode the usage with Template:TagTemplate:Tag, for example: Template:Tag. If a vertical display, with parameters on their own lines, is desired, this can also be laid out manually in this manner, or more rapidly done with Template:Tag.

Parameters

  • If given no additional parameters except  'template name' ({{{1}}}),  it presents the same as the similar {{Tl}} macro template -- a blue link nested in curly-braces-- the same as a user would apply the template without parameters, but with a noticeably clearer font and spacing on most modern browsers.
  • Comparatively, Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will not take or display additional parameters, and for minor technical reasons, may be preferred for mere listing and referencing in long pages involving a lot of template expansions.
  • Template loop detected: Template:Tlx has a named parameter |subst=. Setting this parameter to any non-blank value will place the string "subst:" before the template name, linked to Help:Substitution. This is useful to indicate when a template should be substituted. For example Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template loop detected: Template:Tlx. This is similar to the action of the Template loop detected: Template:Tlx template: Template loop detected: Template:Tlx will display Template:Tlxs.
  • Additionally, Tlx will take a named parameter |SISTER= to link interwiki to other sister projects such as one of these examples: |SISTER=M: (Meta), |SISTER=Q: (WikiQuote), |SISTER=S: (WikiSource), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across interwiki boundaries.
  • Tlx will also take a named parameter |LANG= to link to other language Wikipedias, such as one of these examples: |LANG=de: (German), |LANG=sv: (Swedish), etc. allowing documentation or discourse about a template across language boundaries.

Documentation

{{Lorem}} is a generalization of {{Tl}}, {{Tlp}}, et cetera with arguably better readable output. This depends on the browser, but too narrow uses of "{", "|", "}" in conjunction with links can be hard to read.

Usage

{{Lorem|template name}}
{{Lorem|template name|param}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10}}
{{Lorem|template name|1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10&#124;more}}
{{Lorem|template name|param&#61;value}}

Up to 10 placeholders for parameters of the specified template

Examples

Note
On the source sister projects, en.wikipedia and Meta, X0, X1, X2,..., X9 are sandbox templates for experimentation on involved templates that need be in template space. An auto-cleansing software facility exists that might be used to duplicate the facility on other Sister projects.
Code Result Remark
Template loop detected: Template:Tlx Template loop detected: Template:Tlx  
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See also

  • Template:Tlxb – same as {{Tlx}}, but gives the template name in boldface type (this can be useful when stressing the difference between two similarly named templates). Template:Tlb is the same, except it uses regular text instead of a monospaced non-proportional font.
  • Template:Temt, – same as {{Tlx}}, but handles template names with the Template: prefix and templates not in the Template: namespace {{ns:10}}.
  • Template:Para – for giving examples of template parameters and values only, instead of entire templates with parameters.

Template loop detected: Template:Tl-navde:Vorlage:Vorlage


See also

Template:Tl templatesTemplate:Template shortcut

This is the {{main other}} meta-template.

This template helps other templates detect if they are on a main space (article) page or some "other" type of page.

Basic usage

This template usually takes two parameters, like this:

{{main other | Article text | Other pages text }}

If the template is on a main space (article) page, it will return this:

Template loop detected: Template:Main other

If the template is on any other page, it will return this:

Template loop detected: Template:Main other

A typical usage case could be to make it so that a template only adds a category when on an article. Thus not adding other pages that just show the template. Like this:

{{main other | [[Category:Some article maintenance category]] }}

Or to warn that a template should not be used on other pages:

{{main other | | This template should only be used in articles. }}

Note that in the first case above the "other" parameter was not used, and in the second example the "main" parameter was left empty.

Demospace

For testing and demonstration purposes this template can take a parameter named demospace.

  • If it has the value main it returns the article text.
  • It if has the value other or any other value such as the name of some other namespace it returns the other pages text.
  • If the parameter is empty or undefined, the actual page type determines the result.

Like this:

{{main other 
| Article text 
| Other pages text 
| demospace = main
}}

No matter on what kind of page the code above is used it will return this:

Template loop detected: Template:Main other

You can make it so your template also understands the demospace parameter. That means you can demonstrate the different appearances of your template in the documentation for your template. Then do like this:

{{main other 
| Article text 
| Other pages text 
| demospace = {{{demospace|}}}
}}

Technical details

This template detects article "Talk:" pages as type other.

This template works like {{main talk other}}, for more examples and technical details see full documentation there.

See also

Template:Namespace detect see alsoaz:Şablon:Main other mk:Шаблон:Main other mn:Загвар:Main other Template:Documentation

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