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  2. Wikipedia:Template index - Wikipedia

    This page provides an index of templates used within Wikipedia, many of which convey messages; they are grouped into topic-specific headings. For information on what templates are, and how the template namespace is intended to be used, see WP:Template namespace. For information on template use and development, see Help:Template.

  3. Wikipedia - Wikipedia

    OCLC number. 52075003. Wikipedia [note 3] is a free-content online encyclopedia written and maintained by a community of volunteers, collectively known as Wikipedians, through open collaboration and using a wiki -based editing system called MediaWiki. Wikipedia is the largest and most-read reference work in history.

  4. Login - Wikipedia

    Login. In computer security, logging in (or logging on, signing in, or signing on) is the process by which an individual gains access to a computer system by identifying and authenticating themselves. The user credentials are typically some form of username and a matching password, [1] and these credentials themselves are sometimes referred to ...

  5. Template:Protected page text/extendedconfirmed - Wikipedia

    main-page-links – If this parameter is set with any text, and the current page is the Main Page, the template displays advice for new editors and a link to Wikipedia:Main Page/Errors. template-links – If this parameter is set with any text, and the current page is in the template namespace, the template will display links to the ...

  6. Template:Protected page text/cascade - Wikipedia

    Template:Protected page text/styles.css. This template displays the text that users see when they do not have permission to edit a page. This template was created to encourage reuse of code in the MediaWiki messages that display said errors. For convenience, there are seven subtemplates already filled out with the settings for semi-protection ...

  7. Wikipedia:Template index/User talk namespace - Wikipedia

    If you've never used a particular template before, or have not used it recently, read it (e.g., with preview) to ensure it actually says what you want to say. If you are new to user warning templates, please read the usage and layout page first. If you want to design a new template, please read the guidelines found on the design guidelines page ...

  8. Help:A quick guide to templates - Wikipedia

    Full details can be found in Help:Template, Wikipedia:Templates and m:Help:Advanced templates . A template is a Wikipedia page created to be included in other pages. It usually contains repetitive material that may need to show up on multiple articles or pages, often with customizable input. Templates sometimes use MediaWiki parser functions ...

  9. Smarty (template engine) - Wikipedia

    Smarty is a web template system written in PHP. Smarty is primarily promoted as a tool for separation of concerns. [2] Smarty is intended to simplify compartmentalization, allowing the front-end of a web page to change separately from its back-end. Ideally, this lowers costs and minimizes the efforts associated with software maintenance .