Template:R from book/doc

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Use this rcat template on mainspace redirects only.
  • This redirect category (rcat) template populates Category:Redirects from books and Category:Unprintworthy redirects by default. At some point in the future, Jimmy Wales wants to make more printed versions of Wikipedia encyclopedia articles. Since redirected book titles are already mentioned in author and publisher articles, they are usually not needed in the printed version unless they are notable enough to have their own article. In other words, they are unprintworthy. See below for what to do for the few book redirects that are printworthy.
  • By default, this rcat also formats the title of the book in italics on the redirect page. See below for those rare instances when this function must be subdued.
  • Add this rcat to a redirect page (not a talk-page redirect) in the following manner:
#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{Redr|from book}}
Template {{Redr}} is an alias for the This is a redirect template, which may be used to add up to seven appropriate rcats, along with their parameters, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation on its template page and its comparison page. This rcat may also tag a redirect individually:
#REDIRECT [[(target article title)]]

{{R from book}}
This is in accord with instructions found at WP:REDCAT.
  • Use this rcat on any mainspace redirect from a book title to an author, publisher or other more general, relevant article.
  • By default, this template places redirects in the unprintworthy category. To tag and categorize a redirect as printworthy, type the addition printworthy in the following manner:
{{Redr|from book|p1=printworthy}}
or if applied individually:
{{R from book|printworthy}}
That will subdue the unprintworthy category and sort the redirect to Category:Printworthy redirects.
  • Occasionally, a book title might require the use of {{DISPLAYTITLE}} to format the title of the redirect. In those cases the default italic title will interfere with that format and must be subdued. When this rcat tags a redirect from inside the Redr template, this is done in the following manner:
{{Redr|from book|n1=noitalic}}
or if applied individually:
{{R from book|noitalic}}
That will subdue the default italic title so no override conflict will result.
  • It is important to note that, since this rcat has two parameters, one for printworthiness and the second to subdue italics, the n# parameter is used in the "noitalic" example above. When this rcat is used within template This is a redirect, the p# parameter is reserved for this rcat's printworthiness change.


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