Template:In title

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Usage

  • {{in title|words|caption}}

Creates a link to search for page titles which contain given words. The default value of the first parameter is the current page name, and that of the second parameter is 'All pages with titles containing "searchterm".'

The search term may contain a quoted string.

To search for page titles which begin with a given word, use {{look from}}.

Examples

  • {{in title|Wales}}
produces All pages with titles containing "Wales".
  • {{in title|Wales Welsh|Article titles containing the words "Wales" and "Welsh".}}
produces Article titles containing the words "Wales" and "Welsh".
  • {{in title|Wales OR Welsh|Article titles containing the words "Wales" or "Welsh".}} (See also: Logical disjunction)
produces Article titles containing the words "Wales" or "Welsh".
  • Compare the results of {{in title|"National Theatre"}} (an exact phrase)
= All pages with titles containing ""National Theatre""
and {{in title|National Theatre}} (two search terms, implicitly connected with AND)
= All pages with titles containing "National Theatre"
  • Formatting can also be applied, using the second parameter: {{In title|"National Theatre"|Pages containing {{Xt|"National Theatre"}}.}}
= Pages containing "National Theatre".

Templates to search Wikipedia

Fulltext search links

Search boxes

Search boxes are made by <inputbox> tags. See mw:Extension:InputBox.

Page title searches

  • {{in title}} – Search for pages whose name contains given words
  • {{look from}} – Search for pages whose name begins with a given word

For searches with exact matches, exact in upper and lower cases, or in punctuation marks, see Help:Searching#grep.

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