Template:WikiProject Italy/doc

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Please note: This template should be transcluded ({{WikiProject Italy}}) and not substituted (subst) because it employs conditional code. Transclusion also allows easy updating of all the Project's talk pages without having to edit thousands of pages. {{WP Italy}} redirects to the main template.

{{WikiProject Italy
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Assessment parameters[edit]

  • class: Options are FA, A, GA, B, C, Start, Stub, Dab, Template, Cat, NA, List, and FL. If blank, this will default as Unassessed. Descriptions of the options can be found at the Quality scale. NA is "not applicable".
  • importance: Top, High, Mid, Low, NA. If blank, this will default as Unknown priority. NA is "not applicable". Descriptions of the options can be found at the Importance scale.

Other parameters[edit]

  • small – set |small=yes to make the template small and along the right side of the page (as opposed to at the top.)
  • attention – set |attention=yes if the article needs immediate attention. Places it in Category:Italy articles needing attention. Leave blank or omit if not needed. Use only if another parameter below does not cover the need for attention.
  • listas – This parameter, which is the equivalent of the DEFAULTSORT sortkey that should be placed on all biographical articles, is a sortkey for the article talk page (e.g. for Enzo Ferrari, |listas=Ferrari, Enzo, so that the talk page will show up in the F's and not the E's of the various assessment and administrative categories). This is important because it is one source used by those who set DEFAULTSORT on the article; consider also setting the DEFAULTSORT for the article when setting this parameter. For more information about this, please see Wikipedia:Categorization of people#Ordering names in a category.
    It is not required if an earlier WikiProject template on the same page has its own |listas= set.
  • category – set |category=no if, and only if, a banner is being used for demonstration or testing purposes, to prevent unnecessary or undesirable categorization. Otherwise, omit this parameter.