Template:Infobox zodiac

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This template is used to present a consistently-formatted table for use in articles on Zodiac signs.

UsageEdit

{{Infobox zodiac
| name          = 
| image         = <!-- include only the file name: Example.jpg -->
| image symbol  = <!-- include only the file name: Example.jpg -->
| symbol        =
| nr            = <!-- Aries is 1, Taurus is 2, and so on to Pisces which is 12 -->
| constellation = 
| element       = 
| quality       = 
| domicile      = 
| detriment     = 
| exaltation    =
| fall          = 
}}

ParametersEdit

Please see Wikiproject Astrology for standards on presenting names and other data.

  • Parameters can be safely left blank. Note that you may include an image with no caption, but a caption will not be shown if there is no image.
  • Wikilinks can be used in any of the infobox fields.
  • The tropical duration is based on information taken from the Multiyear Interactive Computer Almanac published by the United States Naval Observatory. See Module:Zodiac date.
name
Name of the Zodiac sign.

ExampleEdit

Pisces
Pisces.svg
Pisces2.jpg
Zodiac symbol{{{symbol}}}
Duration (tropical, western)February 18 – March 20 (2021, UT1)[1]
Constellation{{{constellation}}}
Zodiac element{{{element}}}
Zodiac quality{{{quality}}}
Sign ruler{{{domicile}}}
Detriment{{{detriment}}}
Exaltation{{{exaltation}}}
Fall{{{fall}}}
AriesTaurusGeminiCancerLeoVirgoLibraScorpioSagittariusCapricornAquariusPisces
{{Infobox zodiac
| name          = Pisces
| image         = Pisces2.jpg
| image symbol  = Pisces.svg
| symbol        = [[Fish]]
| nr            = 12
| constellation = [[Pisces (constellation)|Pisces]]
| element       = [[Water Signs|Water]]
| quality       = [[Mutable sign|Mutable]]
| domicile      = [[Neptune (astrology)|Neptune]] 
| detriment     = [[Mercury (astrology)|Mercury]]
| exaltation    = [[Venus (astrology)|Venus]]
| fall          = [[Mercury (astrology)|Mercury]]
}}

NotesEdit

Works citedEdit

  • Astronomical Applications Department (2011). Multiyear Computer Interactive Almanac. 2.2.2. Washington DC: US Naval Observatory. Longitude of Sun, apparent geocentric ecliptic of date, interpolated to find time of crossing 0°, 30°....