Difference between revisions of "User:Timbeale"

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Note the ':' is important, otherwise it defaults to using the ''Template'' namespace. You could alternatively make it explicit that the page you want to transclude is in the ''Main'' namespace, i.e. <nowiki>{{Main:License}}</nowiki> does the same thing.
 
Note the ':' is important, otherwise it defaults to using the ''Template'' namespace. You could alternatively make it explicit that the page you want to transclude is in the ''Main'' namespace, i.e. <nowiki>{{Main:License}}</nowiki> does the same thing.
  
== Example ==
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{{:License}}
 
{{:License}}
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The below example uses the same transclusion (of a different page - <nowiki>{{User:Timbeale/transclusion}}</nowiki>) to include just part of the [[User:Timbeale/transclusion]] page.  
 
The below example uses the same transclusion (of a different page - <nowiki>{{User:Timbeale/transclusion}}</nowiki>) to include just part of the [[User:Timbeale/transclusion]] page.  
  
== Example ==
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{{User:Timbeale/transclusion}}
 
{{User:Timbeale/transclusion}}

Revision as of 23:04, 27 November 2018

Sandpit page to demonstrate mediawiki transclusion. For more details, see [1]

Transclude whole page

The below example uses {{:License}} to include the entire License page.

Note the ':' is important, otherwise it defaults to using the Template namespace. You could alternatively make it explicit that the page you want to transclude is in the Main namespace, i.e. {{Main:License}} does the same thing.

Transcluded content

Content is available under the Creative Commons License CC BY 4.0

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Transclude part of page

The below example uses the same transclusion (of a different page - {{User:Timbeale/transclusion}}) to include just part of the User:Timbeale/transclusion page.

Transcluded content

Here! This paragraph is wrapped in <onlyinclude> markers. It is both visible on the original page it appears on, and any other page that transcludes the original.