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On this page you will find a bunch of ''Wiki templates'' to help categorize your content according to the information provided in the article "[[Categorising a chunk]]". Unlike Joomla! templates, Wiki templates are wiki ''pages'' which can be used in other pages. They reside in their own content ''namespace'' to avoid name clashing with regular articles. In order to use such a Template, all you have to do is to enclose its name in ''curly brackets'': <nowiki>{{template name}}</nowiki>. That's it.
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On this page you will find several ''[[:Category:Wiki Templates|Wiki Templates]]'' to help you categorise [[JDOC:MD|modular content items]] according to the information provided in the article "[[Project:Categorising a chunk|Categorising a chunk]]".  
 
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==Templates==
The list of available templates will be expanded in the future.
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Wiki templates are wiki ''pages'' which can be used in other pages using a technique called ''[[Project:transclusion|transclusion]]''. They reside in their own content [[Project:namespace|namespace]] to avoid name clashing with regular [[Project:What is an article?|articles]]. In order to use such a template, all you have to do is to enclose its name in ''curly brackets'': <nowiki>{{template name}}</nowiki>.
  
 
== Chunks ==
 
== Chunks ==
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<noinclude>[[Category:{{SITENAME}}|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 15:22, 25 November 2011

On this page you will find several Wiki Templates to help you categorise modular content items according to the information provided in the article "Categorising a chunk".

Templates

Wiki templates are wiki pages which can be used in other pages using a technique called transclusion. They reside in their own content namespace to avoid name clashing with regular articles. In order to use such a template, all you have to do is to enclose its name in curly brackets: {{template name}}.

Chunks

A chunk is a small, focussed, stand-alone piece of content that is written so that it makes sense even when taken out of context. Each chunk can be thought of as answering a basic question (who?, what?, where?, when?, why?, how?) and we categorise the chunks according to the type of answer we are giving (for example, a topic, procedure, definition, figure or table).