Template:See also

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See also: [[:{{{1}}}]]
Template documentation

{{See also}} is used to create hatnotes to point to a small number of other, related, titles at the top of article sections according to Wikipedia:Layout. It is not for use in the "See also" section at the bottom of an article.

{{See also|Article 1|label 1=label1|Article 2|label 2=label2|...}}
  • Any number of articles can be listed (at least one should be provided).
  • The word "and" is always placed between the final two entries.
  • You can use parameters label 1, label 2 and so on to specify alternative labels for the links.
  • Parameter ll makes this template use {{ll}}, which provides automatic linking to translation in user language, as well as using a translated default link text (overriding with label n still applies).
adding newline characters will break article links

Example

Code Result
{{See also|Article}}
See also: Article
{{See also|Article|label 1=Alternative title for Article}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2}}
See also: Article and Article 2
{{See also|Article|Article 2|Article 3}}
See also: Article, Article 2 and Article 3
{{See also|Article|Article 2|ll=TRUE}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2|l2=Alternative title for Article 2}}


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See also

Display a note about a related page.

Template parameters

This template prefers inline formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Page name1

Full name of related page

Page namerequired
Link labellabel 1 l1

Custom label for the link, instead of the page name.

Default
Page name
Stringoptional
Page 22

no description

Page nameoptional
Label 2label 2 l2

no description

Templateoptional
Page 33

no description

Page nameoptional
Label 3label 3 l3

no description

Stringoptional
use {{ll}}ll

If this parameter has any non-blank value, links are generated using {{ll}}, which provides automatic linking to translation in user language, as well as using a translated default link text (overriding link texts still applies).

Lineoptional