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  2. Web template system - Wikipedia

    A web template system is composed of the following: A template engine: the primary processing element of the system; [1] Content resource: any of various kinds of input data streams, such as from a relational database, XML files, LDAP directory, and other kinds of local or networked data; Template resource: web template s specified according to ...

  3. Template:User unified login - Wikipedia

    {{User unified login/userbox}} - userbox version, with parameters you can set for the image, background, and border {{User SUL Box}}} - userbox version with multi-icon graphic with parameters you can set for the language and the project of your main account; Help:Unified login - page on Wikimedia's Meta-Wiki about the unified login system

  4. Comparison of web template engines - Wikipedia

    The following table lists the various web template engines used in Web template systems and a brief rundown of their features. Engine (implementation) [a] Languages [b] License [c] Variables [d] Functions [e] Includes [f] Conditional inclusion [g] Looping [h]

  5. WordPress - Wikipedia

    Overview. A WordPress blog. "WordPress is a factory that makes webpages" [11] is a core analogy designed to clarify the functions of WordPress: it stores content and enables a user to create and publish webpages, requiring nothing beyond a domain and a hosting service . WordPress has a web template system using a template processor.

  6. Template:Must log in - Wikipedia

    No description. [Edit template data] Template parameters Parameter Description Type Status 1 1 The content shown only if logged in. Cannot handle normal line breaks; use {{parabr}} instead. Content suggested return return The page to automatically return to after the user completes registration. Must be URL encoded, which can be done via {{subst:urlencode:Name of the page}}. Example Template ...

  7. 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 ...

  8. Wikipedia:How to create a page - Wikipedia

    Once you save a red link there, and create the page, the link will turn blue and will be accessible anytime you visit it. Go to your user or user talk page (both permanently linked at the top of any Wikipedia page); Surround the page title you want to create in doubled brackets, e.g., [[Proposed Title]]; Click the Publish changes button;

  9. Template:User php - Wikipedia

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