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This template is used to produce an inline link to a portal.

Differences between {{Portal}} and {{Portal-inline}}

{{Portal}} creates a list of one or more portal links within an accessible navigation region. It is hidden in printer and mobile view. This is useful, for example, in an article's "See also" section.

{{Portal-inline}} creates one portal link with no accessibility context. It is visible in printer and mobile view. This is useful, for example, if making a mid-sentence link on a talk page, or if there is an alternative list structure in a "See also" section.

Usage

{{portal-inline|Name}}

Parameters

1
The first unnamed parameter is the name of the portal.
size
specify |size=tiny to show a 16×16 image instead of the usual size.

Lists

In an article's "See also" section, to generate an accessible list of portal links, use {{portal}}. If a different list structure is preferred, prefix each {{portal-inline}} with an asterisk.

* {{portal-inline|Name}}
* {{portal-inline|Name}}

Image

The portal image name is found using Module:Portal. Please see Module:Portal#Image for instructions on how to add, update, or remove an image.

Examples

* {{Portal-inline|Fungi}}

Produces:

* {{Portal-inline|size=tiny|Fungi}}

Produces:

See also

Main portal creation templates

  • {{Box portal skeleton}}—Used to create portal main pages.
  • {{Random portal component}}—Used on the portal main page to randomly display articles from the portal sub-pages.
  • {{Random portal component with nominate}}—Used on the portal main page to randomly display articles from the portal sub-pages, adding the option to nominate other Featured foo articles.
  • {{Random subpage}}—Used on the portal main page to randomly display articles from the portal sub-pages. This template is best used for creating randomly populated Did you know... sections on the portal main page that are intended to include multiple Did you know... facts.
  • {{Subpage}}—Used to output a box containing a link to subpage.
  • {{Numbered subpages}}—Used to create article links on portal sub-pages with 50 links.
    • {{Numbered subpages|max=25}}—As hereinbefore, but with 25 links.
    • {{Numbered subpages|max=75}}—As hereinbefore, but with 75 links.
    • {{Numbered subpages|max=100}}—As hereinbefore, but with 100 links.
  • {{Random box-header subpage}}—Used to transclude a numbered subpage.

Main portal page formatting templates

Templates that configure links

These templates are used to format the articles on the sub-pages

{{Selected X}}—Generic template for situations not listed hereafter.

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