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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]]". Wiki templates are wiki ''pages'' which can be used in other pages using a technique called ''[[Project:transclusion|transclusion]]''.
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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==
 
==Templates==
Wiki templates 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>.
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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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{{Chunk:Chunk}}
 
<noinclude>[[Category:{{SITENAME}}|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>
 
<noinclude>[[Category:{{SITENAME}}|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>

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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).