Template:Templatesnotice

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This is the documentation for the {{Templatesnotice}} standardized template, as used by several multi-level user warnings or notice templates. It is located at Template:Templatesnotice/inner(edit talk links history)

Usage:

{{subst:Templatesnotice}}
{{subst:Templatesnotice|article}} references a specific article
{{subst:Templatesnotice|article|additional text}} adds text onto the end of the message instead of "Thanks" or "Thank you"
  • This standardized template conforms to guidelines by the user warnings project. You may discuss the visual appearance of these standardized templates (e.g. the image in the top-left corner) at the user warning talk page.
  • Please refer to the index of message templates before using any template on user talk pages to warn a user. Applying the best template available for your purpose may help reduce confusion from the message you are sending.
  • When using multi-level templates, in some cases you need not start with a level-1 warning. See Wikipedia:WikiProject User warnings/Usage and layout#Levels.
  • Please remember to substitute the template using {{subst:Templatesnotice}} rather than {{templatesnotice}}.
  • To give greater detail to your message, you may add the article and some additional text to the end of the template.




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This template ({{templatesnotice}}) should be put on all multi-level warning templates that are covered by WP:UW and listed on WP:UTM.

Syntax

All parameters

{{templatesnotice
| series                = 
| max                   = 
| escalate              = 
| escalate_to           =  
| param1                = 
| nothankyou            = 
| extra_usage           =
| see_also              = 
| notwinkle             =
| s1                    = 
| s2                    = 
| s3                    = 
| s4                    = 
}}

Parameters

  • series - the name of the template series. This is the prefix of the template. Examples of series names are "uw-vandalism", "uw-test", "uw-spam", "uw-agf".
  • max - the number of templates in the series. For the "uw-own" series, which contains the templates {{uw-own1}}, {{uw-own2}}, and {{uw-own3}}, max should be 3. If all four levels are used, max should be 4. Any values other than "3" or "4" would yield levels 1, 2, 3, 4, and 4im being displayed. Use "4im" for the max value if this is the case.
  • escalate - set to yes if the template series escalates to {{uw-vandalism3}} if max=2 or to {{uw-vandalism4}} if max=3. The test series contains the templates {{uw-test1}}, {{uw-test2}}, and {{uw-test3}}, so its max value would be 3. If such edits continue, it would be necessary to use {{uw-vandalism4}} as a level 4 warning, so for the uw-test series, escalate is set to yes.
  • escalate to - use this parameter if max=2 or max=3, escalate=yes, but where the final notification is not {{Uw-vandalism3}} or {{Uw-vandalism4}}. The value of escalate to changes the final level template displayed from {{Uw-vandalism3}} to {{Uw-escalate to3}} or {{Uw-vandalism4}} to {{Uw-escalate to4}}. (Note: The value replaces the word "vandalism" in "Uw-vandalism3" or "Uw-vandalism4"; the "Uw-" at the beginning and the "3" or "4" at the end do not change, so the template's name has to start with "Uw-" and end with "3" or "4".)
  • param1 - a two-or-three-word description of parameter |1=, to go inside template examples. (|1= usually contains the page name of whatever page the message is about.) Defaults to "article".
  • nothankyou - set to yes if the message does not end in "Thank you." By default, the template will say that additional text set with the |2= parameter will be used instead of the text "Thank you"; if you set this to yes, the template will instead say that |2= will be added at the end of the message.
  • extra usage - a space to add additional information about usage of the template.
  • see also - a space to add "see also" links for the template.
  • notwinkle - set to yes if the message is not used in Twinkle. This disables the automatic {{Twinkle standard installation}} placement at the top of the page.
  • s1, s2, s3, s4 - template shortcuts.

See also

  • {{Single notice}}: generates documentation for, and categorizes, single-issue user-page templates.