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This navigational template offers a variant to several floating box templates that link to portals, and Wikipedia's sister projects but also typically cause formatting issues because of their size and alignment.

It is intended to be placed at the end of an article, after the references, external links, navboxes and before any authority control template or categories.

Usage[source ke badlo]

No single parameter is required, however, at least one portal or sister project should be utilized with the use of this template. Since Wikipedia articles typically are in the domain of one or more WikiProjects, and since WikiProjects often have a portal, almost every article should list at least one portal. None of the parameters should be capitalized.

Parameters[source ke badlo]

When copying all parameters in either the vertical or horizontal layouts, delete those which are not needed. If no links are needed for a particular type, such as the historical "books", that part of the template will not appear on the page.

Parameter meanings (quick list). Alphabetical order: b: Wikibooks. commons: WikiMedia Commons. d: Wikidata. n: Wikinews. q: Wikiquote. s: Wikisource. species: Wikispecies. v: Wikiversity. voy: Wikivoyage. wikt: Wiktionary.

All parameters, horizontal. Parameters in order they show up in subject bar.
{{Subject bar|commons = y|species = y|voy = y|n = y|wikt = y|b = y|q = y|s = y|v = y|d = y|portal = }}
All parameters, horizontal. In alphabetical order, except for portal which is often removed.
{{Subject bar|b = |commons = |d = |n = |q = |s = |species = |v = |voy = |wikt = |portal = }}
All parameters, vertical. In alphabetical order, except for portal which is often removed.
{{Subject bar
 |b              = 
 |commons        = 
 |d              = 
 |n              = 
 |q              = 
 |s              = 
 |species        = 
 |v              = 
 |voy            = 
 |wikt           =  
 |portal         = 
}}

Parameters explained[source ke badlo]

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b
Wikibooks page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
commons
WikiMedia Commons page (or Category:) to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
d
Wikidata page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
n
Wikinews page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
q
Wikiquote page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
s
Wikisource page (or Author:) to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
species
Wikispecies page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
v
Wikiversity page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
voy
Wikivoyage page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page
wikt
Wiktionary page to link to, "yes" means use wikidata to search for page

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Other parameters[source ke badlo]

portal
Use portal### where ### is any number to link to a portal
auto
set |auto=1 to use Wikidata to find sister links
search
override default search string (= title of page)
display
set the display string on the sister links bar
commonscat
link to Commons category instead of gallery
author
link to Species author instead of taxon

Note: positional arguments are interpreted as portals, will be appended after any named portal arguments.

Examples[source ke badlo]

Example. Simplest.

auto=1: try this first to look sister project links up in wikidata

Markup
{{Subject bar|auto=1}}
Result (if used on Lemur)

Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Sister project links' not found.

Example page: Lemur

Markup
{{Subject bar|commons= Category:Lemuriformes|species = Lemuriformes|portal1 = Primates|portal2 = Madagascar}}
Result

Lua waala galti: bad argument #2 to 'title.new' (unrecognized namespace name 'Portal').

Example page: Ring-tailed lemur

Markup
{{Subject bar|portal1 = Primates|portal2 = Madagascar|commons = Category:Lemur catta |species = Lemur catta|n = Ring-tailed lemur|wikt = Lemur|b = Ring-tailed lemur|q = Ring-tailed lemur|s = Ring-tailed lemur|v = Ring-tailed lemur|voy = Madagascar}}
Result

Lua waala galti: bad argument #2 to 'title.new' (unrecognized namespace name 'Portal').

Portal bar[source ke badlo]

{{Portal bar}} is a subset of {{Subject bar}}, where only positional arguments are allowed. For example:

Markup
{{Portal bar|COVID-19|Medicine|Viruses}}
Result

Template:Portal bar

See also[source ke badlo]

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TemplateData[source ke badlo]

TemplateData documentation used by VisualEditor and other tools

Subject bar

This template adds a bar of portals and sister links. It is usually used just above an article's navboxes.

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Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
portal1portal1 1

The first portal, without surrounding text. For example, use "Science" to display the science portal.

Lineoptional
portal2portal2 2

The second portal.

Lineoptional
portal3portal3 3

The third portal.

Lineoptional
portal4portal4 4

The fourth portal

Lineoptional
portal5portal5 5

The fifth portal.

Lineoptional
Use wikidata to fill sister link defaultsauto

If auto="yes", then sister projects with wikidata sitelinks are filled-in, others are off by default. Each project can be overridden with its own parameter.

Stringoptional
Display namedisplay

Use if the ''display name'' is different from the search term. For example, the bear article would be 'Bears'.

Stringoptional
Search stringsearch

String to search in sister projects.

Default
Page title
Stringoptional
Commons categorycommonscat

Use if link to Commons category is desired instead of gallery.

Stringoptional
Wikispecies authorauthor

Use if link to Wikispecies author is desired instead of taxon.

Stringoptional
Wiktionary linkwikt wikt-search

Wiktionary link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Commons linkcommons c c-search commons-search

Commons link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikinews linkn n-search

Wikinews link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikiquote linkq q-search

Wikiquote link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikisource links s-search

Wikisource link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikibooks linkb b-search

Wikibooks link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikivoyage linkvoy voy-search

Wikivoyage link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically), and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikiversity linkv v-search

Wikiversity link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes", (find page automatically) and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikidata linkd d-search

Wikidata link to show. Acceptable values are a QID, "yes" (find page automatically), and "no".

Default
No
Stringoptional
Wikispecies taxon linkspecies species-search

Wikispecies link to show. Acceptable values are a page name, "yes" (find page automatically), and "no". The default is "No".

Default
No
Stringoptional

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