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  2. Help:A quick guide to templates - Wikipedia

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    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 ...

  3. Help:HTML in wikitext - Wikipedia

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    The MediaWiki software, which drives Wikipedia, allows the use of a subset of HTML 5 elements, or tags and their attributes, for presentation formatting. But most HTML can be included by using equivalent wiki markup or templates; these are generally preferred within articles, as they are sometimes simpler for most editors and less intrusive in the editing window; but Wikipedia's Manual of ...

  4. Web template system - Wikipedia

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    Overview. 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 ...

  5. Wikipedia:Templates - Wikipedia

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    Wikipedia:Template index, an index of all standard templates used on Wikipedia, grouped into topic-specific headings. Wikipedia:Navigation templates, templates that link between multiple articles belonging to the same topic. Wikipedia:List of infoboxes for infoboxes, which are small panels that summarize key features of the page's subject.

  6. Help:Template - Wikipedia

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    Help:Template is a Wikipedia page that explains how to create and use templates, which are reusable pieces of text or code that can be inserted into other pages. Templates can help standardize formatting, simplify editing, and avoid duplication. The page also covers the template limits, such as the maximum number of transclusions, parameters, and substitutions. For more information on how to ...

  7. Template:Code - Wikipedia

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    Included templates. Embedded templates do not function as expected inside {}; for longer, free-form blocks of code, which can contain templates such as {} and {}, use <code>...</code> as a wrapper instead of this template. Templates used inside {} expose the rendered HTML— this can be useful. For example:

  8. Jinja (template engine) - Wikipedia

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    Jinja (template engine) Jinja is a web template engine for the Python programming language. It was created by Armin Ronacher and is licensed under a BSD License. Jinja is similar to the Django template engine but provides Python-like expressions while ensuring that the templates are evaluated in a sandbox. It is a text-based template language ...

  9. HTML - Wikipedia

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    The text between < html > and </ html > describes the web page, and the text between < body > and </ body > is the visible page content. The markup text < title > This is a title </ title > defines the browser page title shown on browser tabs and window titles and the tag < div > defines a division of the page used for easy styling.