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<span data-sort-value="{{{last}}}, {{{first}}}">[[{{{first}}} {{{last}}} ({{{dab}}})|{{{first}}} {{{last}}}]]</span>

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Usage
{{sortname|first|last|optional link target|optional sort key}}

Creates a wikilinked name that can be used in a sortable table (created with class="wikitable sortable").

  • The default sort key is "last, first".
  • The link label is "first last".
  • The default link target is "first last"

The optional link target is useful when "first last" is a disambiguation page instead of the desired article, or when linking to a section of a page.

The optional sort key is useful in the case of special characters such as é.

Optional parameters
|dab=disambiguator
Wikilinks to "first last (disambiguator)".
(Note: ignored if optional link target is not blank.)
|nolink=1
Suppresses wikilinking the name, useful for list entries which are never likely to have articles so shouldn't be redlinked.
(Note: optional link target ignored when "|nolink=1" used.)

Examples

# What you type What's generated
1 {{sortname|first|last}} <span data-sort-value="last, first">[[first last|first last]]</span>
2 {{sortname|first|last|nolink=1}} <span data-sort-value="last, first">first last</span>
3 {{sortname|first|last|dab=disambiguator}} <span data-sort-value="last, first">[[first last (disambiguator)|first last]]</span>
4 {{sortname|first|last|target}} <span data-sort-value="last, first">[[target|first last]]</span>
5 {{sortname|first|last||sort}} <span data-sort-value="sort">[[first last|first last]]</span>
6 {{sortname|first|last||sort|nolink=1}} <span data-sort-value="sort">first last</span>
7 {{sortname|first|last|target|sort}} <span data-sort-value="sort">[[target|first last]]</span>
# What you type What's displayed What's sorted What's linked
1 {{sortname|Tom|Jones}} Tom Jones Jones, Tom Tom Jones
2 {{sortname|Tom|Jones|nolink=1}} Tom Jones Jones, Tom (no link)
3 {{sortname|Tom|Jones|dab=singer}} Tom Jones Jones, Tom Tom Jones (singer)
4 {{sortname|Tom|Jones|Tom Jones (singer)}} Tom Jones Jones, Tom Tom Jones (singer)
1 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva}} Fábio da Silva da Silva, Fábio Fábio da Silva
2 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva|nolink=1}} Fábio da Silva da Silva, Fábio (no link)
3 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva|Fábio Gomes da Silva}} Fábio da Silva da Silva, Fábio Fábio Gomes da Silva
4 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva||Silva, Fabio}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio Fábio da Silva
5 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva||Silva, Fabio|nolink=1}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio (no link)
6 {{sortname|Fábio|da Silva|Fábio Gomes da Silva|Silva, Fabio}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio Fábio Gomes da Silva
Things you might not expect
# What you type What's displayed What's sorted What's linked
- [[Mark Evans]] Mark Evans Mark Evans Mark Evans
- [[Mark Evans (general)|Mark Evans]] Mark Evans Mark Evans (general) Mark Evans (general)
1 Sir {{sortname|Mark|Evans}} Sir Mark Evans Sir Evans, Mark Mark Evans
1 {{sortname|Sir Mark|Evans}} Sir Mark Evans Evans, Sir Mark Sir Mark Evans
3 {{sortname|Sir Mark|Evans|Mark Evans (general)}} Sir Mark Evans Evans, Sir Mark Mark Evans (general)
6 {{sortname|Sir Mark|Evans|Mark Evans (general)|Evans, Mark}} Sir Mark Evans Evans, Mark Mark Evans (general)
1 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fábio da Fábio da Silva
2 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva|nolink=1}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fábio da (no link)
3 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva|Fábio Gomes da Silva}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fábio da Fábio Gomes da Silva
4 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva||Silva, Fabio}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio Fábio da Silva
5 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva||Silva, Fabio|nolink=1}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio (no link)
6 {{sortname|Fábio da|Silva|Fábio Gomes da Silva|Silva, Fabio}} Fábio da Silva Silva, Fabio Fábio Gomes da Silva

Note

To link to a section within the page in which the template appears, encode the number sign:

{{Sortname|Examples||&#35;Examples}}
gives: Examples

Microformat

The HTML markup produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the person's name parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia or via a browser tool operated by a reader, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

To include a URL, use {{URL}}.

Classes

The hCard in this template uses at least some of these HTML classes:

  • agent
  • family-name
  • fn (required)
  • given-name
  • honorific-prefix
  • honorific-suffix
  • n
  • nickname
  • org
  • url
  • vcard

Please do not rename or remove these classes nor collapse nested elements which use them.

See also

  • {{sort}} – see talk for central sorting talk
  • {{dts}}  – for using dates in sortable tables
  • {{nts}}  – for using alphabetic sort mode for numbers in sortable tables
  • {{sortfrac}} – for sorting numbers which can contain fractions
  • {{Last word}}