Template:Quotation

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Usage

See en:Template:Quotation.

  • You should not put quotation marks around the quote.


  • {{Quotation|Quoted material|Author|Title|Publication}}

Quoted material

— Author, Title, Publication

  • {{Quotation|Quoted material|Author||skip italics to use '' '' for italics}}

Quoted material

— Author, skip italics to use for italics

  • {{Quotation|Quoted material|Author|Title|}}

Quoted material

— Author, Title


  • {{Quotation|Quoted material}}

Quoted material

The equal sign (=)

If any of the parameters include an equal sign, this will make the template not recognize the parameter properly. To fix this the parameter needs to be prefixed with "1=", "2=", etc., depending on which parameter this applies to.

TemplateData

This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools; see the monthly error report for this template.

TemplateData for Quotation

<templatedata> {

 "description": "insert description here",
 "params": {
   "1": {
     "label": "Quoted material",
     "description": "",
     "type": "string",
     "required": true
   },
   "2": {
     "label": "Author",
     "description": "",
     "type": "string",
     "required": false
   },
   "3": {
     "label": "Title",
     "description": "",
     "type": "string",
     "required": false
   },
   "4": {
     "label": "Publication",
     "description": "Use [1]
  1. and Empty citation (help)  etc.", "type": "string", "required": false } } } </templatedata>

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