Template:Review

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This template should be used when the article appears to have been written by a reviewer on behalf of the subject of the article, or having some connection with the subject. It is used when the article is not necessarily representing a blatant opinion or opinion piece, but is still overly judgemental in tone.

Placement[edit]

Place at the top of the article and/or sections to alert editors.

Usage[edit]

articles
  • For articles needing major clean-up, place {{Review|article}} at the top of the main page to alert readers.
  • For articles needing minor clean-up, place {{Review|article}} at the top of the talk page to alert editors.
sections
  • To mark specific sections instead of the whole article, place {{Review|section}} at the top of the section.
remarks
  • To replace the text "a review", you may use {{Review|article/section|yourtext}} or {{Review|2=yourtext}}
  • You may use the optional date parameter, e.g. {{Review|date=December 2014}}. This helps with the categorization of articles requiring attention.
  • The simplest way to add this template to an article is to copy and paste {{Review|date=December 2014}} at the top of the article or talk page.
  • Add a new item to the talk page explaining the problem so editors will know what to address, and when to remove this tag.
  • This template adds articles to Category:Wikipedia articles needing style editing

Notes[edit]

Redirects[edit]

  1. {{Review-section}}

See also[edit]