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Note, the noinclude/include only logic of this page is very different than normal
and should not be taken to be a usual pattern.
It is in fact backwards, due to the nature of the template calling it.
and the needs of the templates including that one.

Similar templates at English sister projects [edit]
Wikimedia-logo.svg mta Meta-wiki Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikipedia-logo.png wpd Wikipedia Template doc page transcluded/doc
Commons-logo.svg cms Commons Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikibooks-logo.svg wbk Wikibooks Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikiquote-logo.svg wqt Wikiquote Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikisource-logo.svg wsr Wikisource Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikispecies-logo.svg wsp Wikispecies Template doc page transcluded/doc
Wikiversity-logo.svg wvy Wikiversity Template doc page transcluded/doc
This project under construction ...
Pardon our appearance whist we remodel,
pull the engine, and change the tires.

See Wikipedia:Template doc page pattern for how this template is used or include the boilerplate text noted following. See also:

  • Note: All four add tagged pages properly to
Category:Template documentation

If you are updating interwiki's translations,
...please consider copying your edit to the links in the box at the upper right.
  1. Just finish your work and save.
  2. Backspace to the preview page, type [CTRL-A]+[CTRL-C] (to copy the whole page),
  3. and succesively navigate to each page.
  4. On each, type [CTRL-A] (which should highlight all text) and then [CTRL-V] to paste in the new change.
  5. Preview, then Click "Show Changes" to see if any minor adjustments are needed above. If the changes are major, then
    1. If so, DO NOT SAVE, Backspace to the page you came from and finish the list.
    2. If you have the time drop an 'Alert note' on W:Wikipedia talk:WikiProject template sharing/Page Differences so we can look into it (W:WP:TSP & WP:TSP/PD).
  6. When done, you'll have helped all the participating projects with their translations! Good job!

-- Thanks!