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Putting this template on a page marks it as a stub article, and puts it into [[:Category:Article stubs]].
 
Putting this template on a page marks it as a stub article, and puts it into [[:Category:Article stubs]].
  
You can optionally use one parameter with it.  Adding a parameter puts the article into an additional category based on the parameter you used.  The category will be called "whatever stubs", where whatever is what you put in.  For example, this:
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You can optionally use one parameter with it.  Adding a parameter puts the article into a category based on the parameter you used, ''instead'' of the default "Article stubs" category..  The category will be called "whatever stubs", where whatever is what you put in.  For example, this:
  
 
<pre>{{Stub|ritual}}</pre>
 
<pre>{{Stub|ritual}}</pre>
  
 
...will result in the page being put into a category called "ritual stubs".
 
...will result in the page being put into a category called "ritual stubs".
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Don't forget to make a note of it in [[:Category:Article stubs]].

Latest revision as of 18:25, 24 July 2011

  Putting this template on a page marks it as a stub article, and puts it into Category:Article stubs.

You can optionally use one parameter with it. Adding a parameter puts the article into a category based on the parameter you used, instead of the default "Article stubs" category.. The category will be called "whatever stubs", where whatever is what you put in. For example, this:

{{Stub|ritual}}

...will result in the page being put into a category called "ritual stubs".

Don't forget to make a note of it in Category:Article stubs.