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(Adjust order of sections - promote related quotations)
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-->{{RelatedQuotations}}<!--
 
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-->{{LocatedNationStates}}<!--
 
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<noinclude><!-- Now fixed?
 
<noinclude><!-- Now fixed?
{{TemplateProblem|Only the first set of documents gets its own header. Subsequent sets are poorly displayed.}}-->[[category:Semantic Templates| ]]'''This template is the most important semantic template on the site, and unless you're interested in editing templates, it's the only one you need to know about.'''<br/>  
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{{TemplateProblem|Only the first set of documents gets its own header. Subsequent sets are poorly displayed.}}-->[[category:Semantic Templates| ]]'''This template is the most important semantic template on the site; unless you're interested in editing templates, it's the only one you need to know about.'''<br/>  
To use it, just include the text <nowiki>{{SMWDocs}}</nowiki> on a single line on its own, just before the "References" section. It generates a bunch of extra sections from the other pages' SMW data.<br/><br/>
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To use it, just include the text <nowiki>{{SMWDocs}}</nowiki> on a single line on its own, just before the "References" section. It generates a bunch of extra sections from the other pages' SMW data, by a bunch of calls to [[Template:SMWDocSection]].<br/><br/>
 
''This template's structure is very simple, it first includes:
 
''This template's structure is very simple, it first includes:
 
*[[Template:SMWDefaultMarkup]] - adds a default set of markup for the page, ''allows the page to be picked up by [[Template:SubPages]]''
 
*[[Template:SMWDefaultMarkup]] - adds a default set of markup for the page, ''allows the page to be picked up by [[Template:SubPages]]''
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*[[Template:RelatedQuotations]] (''[[property:is about]]'' for [[quotations]])
 
*[[Template:RelatedQuotations]] (''[[property:is about]]'' for [[quotations]])
 
*[[Template:DatedObjects]] (''[[property:start]]'', ''[[property:end]]'' & ''[[property:occurred on]]'') for [[event]]s, [[group]]s & [[website]]s
 
*[[Template:DatedObjects]] (''[[property:start]]'', ''[[property:end]]'' & ''[[property:occurred on]]'') for [[event]]s, [[group]]s & [[website]]s
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*[[Template:AmbassadorsToHere]] (''[[property:has fullPageName]]'') for [[nation state]]s
 
*[[Template:LocatedNationStates]] (''[[property:has location]]'')
 
*[[Template:LocatedNationStates]] (''[[property:has location]]'')
 
*[[Template:LocatedEvents]] (''[[property:has location]]'') for [[event]]s
 
*[[Template:LocatedEvents]] (''[[property:has location]]'') for [[event]]s

Latest revision as of 01:58, 19 June 2019

This template is the most important semantic template on the site; unless you're interested in editing templates, it's the only one you need to know about.
To use it, just include the text {{SMWDocs}} on a single line on its own, just before the "References" section. It generates a bunch of extra sections from the other pages' SMW data, by a bunch of calls to Template:SMWDocSection.

This template's structure is very simple, it first includes:

Then the following templates from category:Semantic Templates:

It makes use of {{PAGENAME}} to search for the relevant SMW data. It currently takes no parameters.