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For documentation, see: [[Help:Diaspora* MediaWiki Extension/Messageboxes]]
 
For documentation, see: [[Help:Diaspora* MediaWiki Extension/Messageboxes]]
  
==== Possible template arguments ====
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== Possible template arguments ==
  
 
* '''date'''<br>Insert a date, specifying when the message was inserted into the page. (Will be displayed in a smaller font after the main message.) Can be anything like "July 2012" or "2012-11-10" (as long as people know what it means). Default is to show no date.
 
* '''date'''<br>Insert a date, specifying when the message was inserted into the page. (Will be displayed in a smaller font after the main message.) Can be anything like "July 2012" or "2012-11-10" (as long as people know what it means). Default is to show no date.
 
* '''part'''<br>denominate the context which the template message is referring to. E.g. the whole article or just a section of one. (Will be used in ''"This'' [article] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s accuracy may be..."''.) Default: "article", could be "section" or anything else that makes sense in that sentence.
 
* '''part'''<br>denominate the context which the template message is referring to. E.g. the whole article or just a section of one. (Will be used in ''"This'' [article] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s accuracy may be..."''.) Default: "article", could be "section" or anything else that makes sense in that sentence.
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For documentation, see: Help:Diaspora* MediaWiki Extension/Messageboxes

Possible template arguments

  • date
    Insert a date, specifying when the message was inserted into the page. (Will be displayed in a smaller font after the main message.) Can be anything like "July 2012" or "2012-11-10" (as long as people know what it means). Default is to show no date.
  • part
    denominate the context which the template message is referring to. E.g. the whole article or just a section of one. (Will be used in "This [article] 's accuracy may be...".) Default: "article", could be "section" or anything else that makes sense in that sentence.