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For creating new pages, you can easily pull in a template by typing <nowiki>{{subst:default}}</nowiki> into the editing window of a new page, then saving it, and re-opening it to continue editing. Other templates have been created for specific language pages, these include:  
 
For creating new pages, you can easily pull in a template by typing <nowiki>{{subst:default}}</nowiki> into the editing window of a new page, then saving it, and re-opening it to continue editing. Other templates have been created for specific language pages, these include:  
  
*English: <nowiki> {{subst:english}} or {{english}} </nowiki>.
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* English: <nowiki> {{subst:english}} or {{english}} </nowiki>.
  
*French: <nowiki> {{subst:french}} or {{french}} </nowiki>.
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* French: <nowiki> {{subst:french}} or {{french}} </nowiki>.
  
Default: <nowiki> {{subst:default}} or {{Default}} </nowiki>
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* Default (can be used to make new template pages for other languages): <nowiki> {{subst:default}} or {{Default}} </nowiki>

Revision as of 13:30, 19 August 2014

Templates for new pages

For creating new pages, you can easily pull in a template by typing {{subst:default}} into the editing window of a new page, then saving it, and re-opening it to continue editing. Other templates have been created for specific language pages, these include:

  • English: {{subst:english}} or {{english}} .
  • French: {{subst:french}} or {{french}} .
  • Default (can be used to make new template pages for other languages): {{subst:default}} or {{Default}}