Category:Pages with templates in the wrong namespace
|This is a maintenance category. It is used for maintenance of the Wikipedia project and is not part of the encyclopedia. It contains pages that are not articles, or it groups articles by status rather than content. Do not include this category in content categories.
This is a tracking category. It builds and maintains a list of pages primarily for the sake of the list itself. Pages are added to tracking categories through templates.
Pages are added to this category by tagging a redirect with an incorrect template such as an rcat.
|Administrators: Please do not delete this category even if it is empty!
This category may be empty occasionally or even most of the time.
There are templates that should only be used in one namespace or a limited number of namespaces. If those templates are used in other namespaces, then they will likely populate this category. Many templates use the "demo" or "nocat" parameters to allow usage in other namespaces.
Some redirect category (rcat) templates may only be used in one or two namespaces, while others may be used in any namespace. Still others can be used in all but one namespace. An rcat's template documentation is required to show if there are any namespace limitations.
If an rcat template is used to tag a redirect that is in the wrong namespace for that rcat, or if any template is used in the wrong namespace, then instead of populating the appropriate category, it may populate this category. Be sure to have yourset to "Show hidden categories. Most rcats place redirects into hidden categories, like this one, and you will not be able to see the hidden categories on redirect pages until you set your preferences to "show" them.
The four pages that should appear in this category are:
- Template:Incorrect namespace
- Template:Incorrect redirect template
- Wikipedia:Template messages/Redirect pages
- User:Paine Ellsworth/Redirect index – temporary
Pages in category "Pages with templates in the wrong namespace"
The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).