All Templates

The standard articles are separated into at least 4 parts and the line "====" in the editor works as a separator:

  1. main content
  2. image (often by "flickr:flickr_id" syntax)
  3. additional content (diverse usage, see details in category hub)
  4. description of the item
  5. more additional content if needeed …

This structure is called the scheme of the article content.

As a built-in Wikidot category, template means initial content for new entries. This will be visible at the start of making new article in the category and will hint the meaning of additional elements of scheme and the structure of main content. It's not used in every category.

Lists of templates

Templates as a shared look for a category are done in category:_template

But if you need to assign CSS style for a category, do it in the file that is called category:_css, because templates above will be adjusted only after editing the basic page within the category, and changes in CSS below will have instant effects for all pages in the category.

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