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Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 

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Usage

This template indicates that an article incorporates text from the Eleventh Edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica, which is now in the public domain.

Quick explanation (aide-mémoire)

The template can be placed in different locations and depending on the what it is required the parameters can be mixed and matched:

Location Parameters Example Note
==References== {{EB1911|wstitle=EB name}}  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Alfred the Great". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.  Use wstitle=EB name if the article exists on Wikisource if not use title=EB name
==References== {{EB1911|title=|url=|first=|last=|volume=|pages=}} Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainPlummer, Charles (1911). "Alfred the Great". In Chisholm, Hugh. Encyclopædia Britannica 1 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 582–584.  some additional information: title instead of wstitle, url to the external page instead of link to wikisource; the first and last names of the author of the article, the volume and page [number]s.
inline citation {{EB1911|inline=1|wstitle=EB name}}  One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Alfred the Great". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.  inline=1. Alters the prescript from "This article..." to "One or more...". Suitable for noting that a paragraph is copied from EB.
inline citation {{EB1911|noprescript=1|title=EB name}} Public Domain Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Alfred the Great". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.  noprescript=1. Removes the prescript suitable for a citation where a paragraph is a summary of a paragraph from an EB article and not a copy. title= for no copy on Wikisource.
==Further reading== {{EB1911|noprescript=1|url=http://...|title=EB name}} Public Domain Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Alfred the Great". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.  noprescript=1. Removes the prescript title= for the article name not yet on Wikisource. url= for where the text can be found online.
==External links== {{EB1911|noprescript=1|wstitle=EB name}}  Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Alfred the Great". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.  noprescript=1. Removes the prescript as the source is not used in the article.

Detailed notes

This template is wrapper around {{Cite EB1911}} which in turn is a wrapper around {{Cite encyclopedia}}. In its default mode it attributes text to an article from Eleventh Edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica. If attribution is not required (because the article is used as an information source, but not directly copied, or closely paraphrased) then use {{Cite EB1911}} instead of this template.

This template automatically sets some of the parameters passed into {{cite encyclopedia}} for example "publisher = Cambridge University Press". Over and above the standard parameter passed into {{cite encyclopedia}} there are some additional parameters and those are listed below in a separate table from the table of parameters passed into {{cite encyclopedia}}.

Minimum is:{{EB1911|title=EB article name}} or {{EB1911|wstitle=EB article name}}[nb 1][nb 2]

Full set is:{{EB1911|wstitle= |title= |display= |noprescript= |noicon |inline= |author= |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title= |url= |accessdate= |volume= |page= |pages= |ref= |separator= |postscript=}}

Additional parameters
Parameter Note
article=EB name If set is assigned to title. If title is set article is ignored. — article= is deprecated in favour of title= and will be removed in later version
author=author name Assigned to last ignored if last is set. — this is a standard parameter.
wstitle=name of the article on wikisource If set, set link to EB article on wikisource, and unsets title and url if they are also set.
display=label for Wikisource link If set, this text is used as the display label when linking to EB article on Wikisource. It is useful for hiding disambiguation extensions, and should show the actual title in the printed EB.
inline=1 or footnote=1 Changes the default prescript from "This article" to "One or more of the preceding sentences". Useful for inline citations (see inline examples in the previous section). — footnote is deprecated and will be removed in later versions
noicon=1 Suppresses the lead icon (useful with {{Wikisource-inline}}).
noprescript=1 Suppresses the prescript.
Parameters passed into {{cite encyclopedia}}
Parameter Set to Notes
last= author= or last= If author= and last= are set the value of last= is used.
first= first= Set to the value of first= or not set
authorlink= authorlink= Set to the value of authorlink= or not set
coauthors= coauthors= Unlikely to be needed but can be set
editor-first= Hugh Automatically set within the template
editor-last= Chisholm Automatically set within the template
encyclopedia= Encyclopædia Britannica Automatically set within the template
title= wstitle= or title= or article= Set to wstitle= if set, if not to title= if set, if not to article= if set, if not set then left blank.
url= url= Set to the value of url= unless wstitle= is set in which case it is not set.
accessdate= accessdate= Set to the value of accessdate= or not set
language= Not set
edition= Eleventh Automatically set within the template
date= Not set (see year)
year= 1911 Automatically set within the template
month= Not set
publisher= Cambridge University Press automatically set within the template
volume= volume= Set to the value of volume= or not set
location= Not set
id= Not set
isbn= Not set
oclc= Not set
doi= Not set
page= page= Set to the value of page= or not set
pages= pages= Set to the value of pages= or not set
quote= Not set
separator= separator= Set to the value of separator= or set to default (space must be encoded as   ). — The parameters separator and postscript and are provided because {{cite encyclopedia}} (the wrapper for this template) sets separator="." and postscript="." while the other standard template {{citation}} sets separator="," and postscript=none. So the parameters separator and postscript can be set to comma and none to allow this template to emulate the look of {{citation}} if that is considered to be desirable.
postscript= postscript= Set to the value of postscript= or set to default (for no terminating punctuation, specify postscript=none).
ref= harv automatically set within the template, but it can be overwritten with a user supplied value. It means that {{sfn}} and {{harvnb}} can be used to link to this template, for example, {{sfn|Chisholm|1911}}. (more details)

Hidden categories

This template adds the hidden category "Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica" to the articles it is used in.

The template calls {{Cite EB1911}} and depending on the parameters used it also adds the following hidden categories:

See also

  • Wikipedia:WikiProject Encyclopaedia Britannica — for information on usage of the material.
  • {{Sect1911}} Attribute a section to EB 1911
  • {{Cite EB1911}} Cite an EB 1911 article.
  • {{EB1911 poster}} display an EB 1911 Wikisource article in a top box on the right
  • {{Update-EB}} for articles with information from the 1911 Encyclopaedia that require updates (for example information in geographical articles over emphasise railway links and ignores more recent forms of transport).

Notes

  1. ^ It will also work with no parameters, but that set a category flagging that no article name has been given, as it is not much use to the reader to inform them that a Wikipeda article contains some text copied from somewhere in the 29-volumes of the Eleventh Edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica!
  2. ^ For backward compatibility, wikisource can be used instead of wstitle but it is deprecated and may be removed in the future.