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WikiProject Zoo  
WikiProject icon This template is within the scope of WikiProject Zoo, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of topics related to zoos, aquaria, and aviaries on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.
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Project banner

The {{WPZOO}} project banner template should be added (not subst:ed) to the talk page of every article within the scope of the project. While the template does not require any additional parameters, it has a number of optional ones that add various extra features to the banner. The full syntax is as follows:

{{WPZOO
|class=
| B-Class-1=
| B-Class-2=
| B-Class-3=
| B-Class-4=
| B-Class-5=
|attention=
}}

General parameters:

  • class – a rating of the article's quality; see the assessment department for more details.
    • FA – The article has reached Featured article status.
    • A – Could be submitted as a Featured article candidate; probably could use some small updates to make it Featured quality.
    • GA – The article has reached Good article status.
    • B – Could be submitted as a Good article nominee; probably could use some updates or may lack some features from the Good article criteria, but it presents a good overview of the subject.
    • C - Better developed in style, structure and quality than Start-Class, but fails one or more of the criteria for B-Class.
    • Start – The article is more than a stub, but may lack some important aspects of the topic's discussion.
    • Stub – The article is a stub.
    • NA – The page is not an article and should not be rated; it could be a template, image or category, for example.
  • For an article to qualify for B-class it must meet 5 points. Each one of these points has a corresponding banner variable. For each of these points, assign "yes" if the standards are met, and "no" if not. Leave blank if uncertain.
    • B-Class-1 – Is the article suitably referenced, and are all major points appropriately cited?
    • B-Class-2 – Does the article reasonably cover the topic, and not contain major omissions or inaccuracies?
    • B-Class-3 – Does the article have a defined structure, including a lead section and one or more sections of content?
    • B-Class-4 – Is the article free from major grammatical errors?
    • B-Class-5 – Does the article contain appropriate supporting materials, such as an infobox, images, or diagrams?
  • attention – "yes" if the article requires immediate attention; this should be used sparingly.