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WikiProject Measurement (Rated C-class, High-importance)
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The {{WikiProject Measurement}} 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:

{{WikiProject Measurement
<!-- B-Class checklist -->
<!-- Referencing & citations -->
|b1= <yes/no>
<!-- Coverage & accuracy -->
|b2= <yes/no>
<!-- Structure -->
|b3= <yes/no>
<!-- Grammar & style -->
|b4= <yes/no>
<!-- Supporting materials -->
|b5= <yes/no>
<!-- Accessibility -->
|b6= <yes/no>


B-Class checklist

This is available only for unrated articles and articles rated as "Stub-Class", "Start-Class", or "B-Class". See the assessment department for more details.

With any of these classes, the banner will automatically display directions on how to use these parameters.

For an article to qualify for B-class it must meet 6 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.

  • b1 – Is the article suitably referenced, and are all major points appropriately cited?
  • b2 – Does the article reasonably cover the topic, and not contain major omissions or inaccuracies?
  • b3 – Does the article have a defined structure, including a lead section and one or more sections of content?
  • b4 – Is the article free from major grammatical errors?
  • b5 – Does the article contain appropriate supporting materials, such as an infobox, images, or diagrams?
  • b6 – Does the article contains the appropriately accessible way?