Template:Uw-block/doc

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  • This template has been carefully designed based on guidelines by the user warnings project.
  • Please refer to the index of message templates before using any template on user talk pages to warn a user. Applying the best template available for your purpose may help reduce confusion from the message you are sending. Note: Only administrators can block users; adding a block template does not constitute a block. See RFAA to request that a user be blocked.
  • Please remember to substitute the template by using {{subst:Uw-block/doc}} rather than {{Uw-block/doc}}.
    • Although this template must be substituted in the user talk page, it has also been designed to display properly when substitution is not possible.
  • This template uses a parser function. To give greater detail to your message, you may specify: the block duration, a specific reason for the block, and auto-include your signature.
    {{subst:Uw-block/doc|anon=yes|time=Duration|reason=For a different reason|notalk=yes|page=Targeted page|sig=yes}}
  • Notes:
    • If you do not set a block expiry, replace time=Duration with indef=yes.
    • An already indefinite block template does not require the time or indef parameters.
    • If not blocking an anonymous user, omit the anon parameter.
    • Include the page parameter to refer to a page on which the conduct supporting the block occurred.
    • The notalk parameter should always be omitted unless the user cannot edit their own talk page.
    • The optional for parameter can be used if the word "for" before the block reason doesn't grammatically work. For example, if for=per is written, the block notice will say "blocked from editing per". Don't use this parameter if you don't want to change the word "for".
  • See also Template:Blocked user for user page notices.


Block templates
Definite Indefinite
{{uw-block}} {{uw-block|indef=yes}} or {{uw-blockindef}}

{{uw-ablock}} for IP addresses
{{uw-adblock}} advertising
{{uw-aeblock}} for arbitration enforcement blocks
{{uw-bioblock}} for BLP violations
{{uw-blocknotalk}} cannot edit own talk page
{{uw-botblock}} for running unapproved bot scripts
{{uw-copyrightblock}} for copyright infringement
{{uw-csblock}} for general sanctions or article probation blocks
{{uw-disruptblock}} for disruptive editing
{{uw-dblock}} deletion / removal
{{uw-ewblock}} edit warring block
{{uw-efblock}} for repeatedly tripping edit filters
{{uw-hblock}} attempting to harass other users
{{uw-lblock}} making legal threats
{{uw-myblock}} using Wikipedia as a blog, webhost or social networking site
{{uw-npblock}} creation of nonsense pages
{{uw-sblock}} spamming
{{uw-vblock}} vandalism

{{uw-adminublock}} use of a 'sysop' username
{{uw-aoablock}} attack / violence accounts
{{uw-botublock}} use of a 'bot' username
{{uw-compblock}} possible compromised account
{{uw-deoablock}} disruption / trolling only accounts
{{uw-nothereblock}} not here to build an encyclopedia
{{uw-soablock}} spam / advertising-only accounts
{{uw-softerblock}} promotional username block
{{uw-spamublock}} spamming & username violation
{{uw-spoablock}} accounts used for sockpuppetry
{{uw-ublock-double}} possible username just similar to another user
{{uw-ublock-famous}} famous username block
{{uw-uhblock}} blatant username violation
{{uw-uhblock-double}} blatant username impersonation in bad faith
{{uw-vaublock}} vandalism-only accounts & username violation
{{uw-voablock}} for vandalism-only account