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Ambox - Common parameters

The box below shows the most common parameters that are accepted by {{Ambox}}. The purpose of each is described below.

{{Ambox
| name  = 
| subst = <includeonly>{{subst:substcheck}}</includeonly>
| small = {{{small|}}}
| type  = 
| image = 
| sect  = {{{1|}}}
| issue = 
| talk  = {{{talk|}}}
| fix   = 
| date  = {{{date|}}}
| cat   = 
| all   = 
}}

Ambox - type

The type parameter defines the colour of the left bar, and the image that is used by default. The type is chosen not on aesthetics but is based on the type of issue that the template describes. The seven available types and their default images are shown below.

Ambox - speedy

Ambox - delete

Ambox - content

Ambox - style

Ambox - notice

Ambox - move

Ambox - protection

If no type parameter is given the template defaults to |type=notice.

Ambox - Text note

{{Ambox
| text  = <div>
Equal sign = and a start and end brace { } work fine as they are.
But here is a pipe | and two end braces }}.
And now a pipe and end braces |}}.
</div>
}}

Ambox - Teste com imagem específica

{{Ambox
| image = [[File:Unbalanced scales.svg|40px]]
| text  = <div><center>'''Título'''</center>
* Texto 1
* Texto 2</div>
}}

Ambox - Teste com imagem específica & Small

{{Ambox
| image = [[File:Unbalanced scales.svg|40px]]
| small = left
| text  = <div><center>'''Título'''</center>
* Texto 1
* Texto 2</div>
}}

Cmbox

Cmbox simples

{{cmbox | text = texto abc.}}

Cmbox Complex

{{cmbox
| type      = style
| image     = [[File:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
| style     = width: 400px;
| textstyle = color: red; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic;
| text      = The message body text.
}}

Category message box types

The following examples use different type parameters but use no image parameters, thus they use the default images for each type.


Cmbox - Other images

The default images shown above are mostly for convenience. In many cases it is more appropriate to use more specific images. These examples use the image parameter to specify an image other than the default images.


Cmbox - Special

Some other parameter combinations.

Cmbox - Parameters

Cmbox - List of all parameters:

{{cmbox
| type  = speedy / delete / content / style / notice / move / protection
| image = none / [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| class = A custom CSS class to apply to the box
| style = CSS values
| textstyle = CSS values
| plainlinks  = no
| text  = The message body text.
}}

type

If no type parameter is given, the template defaults to type notice. That means it gets a blue background.

image

No parameter = If no image parameter is given, the template uses a default image. Which default image it uses depends on the type parameter.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width is usually about right depending on the image height-to-width ratio (but the message box can handle images of any size).
For example: image = [[File:Sub-arrows.svg|40px]]
none = Means that no image is used.

imageright

No parameter = If no imageright parameter is given, no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width is usually about right depending on the image height-to-width ratio (but the message box can handle images of any size).
For example: imageright = [[File:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|40px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.

style

An optional CSS value used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " ".
For example: style = margin-bottom: 0.5em;

textstyle

An optional CSS value used by the text cell.
For example: textstyle = text-align: center;

plainlinks

Normally on Wikipedia, external links have an arrow icon next to them, like this: Example.com. However, in message boxes, the arrow icon is suppressed by default, like this: Example.com. To get the normal style of external link with the arrow icon, use |plainlinks=no.

text

The message body text.

Imbox

Imbox - Usage

Simple usage example:

{{Imbox |text=Some text.}}

Complex example:

{{Imbox
| type = style
| style = width:400px;
| image = [[File:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
| textstyle = font-style:italic; font-weight:bold; color:red; 
| text = The message body text.
}}

Imbox - Image message box types

The following examples use different type parameters but use no image parameters thus they use the default images for each type.

Imbox - Other images

The default images shown above are mostly for convenience. In many cases it is more appropriate to use more specific images. These examples use the image parameter to specify an image other than the default images.

Imbox - Special

Some other parameter combinations.

Imbox - Parameters

List of all parameters:

{{Imbox
| type  = speedy / delete / content / style / notice / 
          move / protection / license / featured
| image = none / [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| style = CSS value
| textstyle = CSS value
| text  = The message body text.
| below = More text or another imbox.
| plainlinks = no
}}

type

If no type parameter is given the template defaults to type notice. That means it gets a blue border.

image

No parameter = If no image parameter is given the template uses a default image. Which default image it uses depends on the type parameter.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
image = [[File:Gnome-dev-camera.svg|40px]]
none = Means that no image is used.

imageright

No parameter = If no imageright parameter is given then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
imageright = [[File:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|40px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.

style

An optional CSS value used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " ". For example:
style = margin-bottom: 0.5em;

textstyle

An optional CSS value used by the text cell. For example:
textstyle = text-align: center;

text

The message body text.

below

A full width area below the images and text area. Can take a text or any kind of object, for instance another imbox:
below = {{Imbox |type=content |text=This license tag is deprecated.}}

plainlinks

Defaults to yes. If external link arrows - External.svg - are desired, specify:
plainlinks = no

Imbox - Technical details

Namespace "File:" was renamed to "File:" on 11 December 2008. This template was created long before that, and that is why it is named "imbox" as in "image message box".

If you need to use special characters in the text parameter then you need to escape them like this:

{{Imbox
| text = <div>
Equal sign = and a start and end brace { } work fine as they are. 
But here is a pipe {{!}} and two end braces <nowiki>}}</nowiki>. 
And now a pipe and end braces <nowiki>|}}</nowiki>.
</div>
}}

This template uses the imbox CSS classes in MediaWiki:Common.css for most of its looks, thus it is fully skinnable.

Internally this meta-template uses HTML markup instead of wiki markup for the table code. That is the usual way we make meta-templates since wiki markup has several drawbacks. For instance it makes it harder to use parser functions and special characters in parameters.

The default images for this meta-template are in png format instead of svg format. The main reason is that some older web browsers have trouble with the transparent png images. For those older browsers these png images have been modified so that the color of their default backgrounds match the background color of the template. The default background that MediaWiki renders for svg images is always white. This creates a white box around the images when displayed in older browsers.

For more technical details see the talk page. Since this template works almost exactly like the other mboxes their talk pages and related pages might also contain more details, see the "See also" section below.


Tmbox

Tmbox - Usage

Simple usage example:

{{tmbox | text = Some text.}}

Complex example:

{{tmbox
| type      = style
| image     = [[File:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
| style     = width: 400px; 
| textstyle = color: red; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic;
| text      = The message body text.
}}

This is the {{Tmbox}} ([T]alk page [m]essage [box]) metatemplate. This template is called by other templates to give a consistent structure and appearance to boilerplate messages used on talk pages across the project. It may be called directly on a talk page in order to present a one-off message in the same format as boilerplate messages, but this is non-standard (if a message is important enough to be presented in this form, you should consider creating a separate template so that it is easily available to other editors). Tmbox offers several different colors for different purposes, provides default images if no image parameter is given, and has some other pleasant features. This template works similarly to {{Ambox}} and uses the same parameters.

This template should not be used for WikiProject banners. Such banners have special programming constraints that merit their own meta-templates. See the "See also" section below for links.

Suggested style standard

The types of talkpage messageboxes follow the same naming convention as the boxes for all other namespaces, but the type of any particular talkpage messagebox may not be as obvious as in other namespaces. When deciding on the type to use for a talkpage messagebox, please consider the following guidelines:

  • speedy should only be used for speedy deletion templates.
  • delete should only be used for templates relating to ongoing deletion discussions. Please do not use this type just to get a red border for a messagebox.
  • content and style should be used for warnings and alerts. Use content (which has an orange border) for more important and immediate alerts, and style (yellow border) for less important warnings. Messageboxes of these types should ideally be transitory: they should not be expected to remain on a talkpage indefinitely.
  • move and protection should only be used for messageboxes relating to moves and merges, and page protection, respectively.
  • The notice type should be used for the majority of talkpage messageboxes; those that are intended to convey or summarise information. If a talkpage messagebox does not obviously fit into one of the other types, it is probably a notice type.

Tmbox - Usage

Simple usage example:

{{tmbox | text = Some text.}}

Complex example:

{{tmbox
| type      = style
| image     = [[File:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
| style     = width: 400px; 
| textstyle = color: red; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic;
| text      = The message body text.
}}

Tmbox - Talk page message box types

The following examples use different type parameters but use no image parameters thus they use the default images for each type.

Tmbox - Special

Some other parameter combinations.

Tmbox - Parameters

List of all parameters:

{{tmbox
| type  = speedy / delete / content / style / notice / move / protection
| image = none / [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| style = CSS values
| textstyle = CSS values
| plainlinks = no
| text  = The message body text. 
| small = {{{small|}}} / yes
| smallimage = none / [[File:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smallimageright = none / [[File:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smalltext  = A shorter message body text.
}}

type

If no type parameter is given the template defaults to type notice. That means it gets a gray border.

image

No parameter = If no image parameter is given the template uses a default image. Which default image it uses depends on the type parameter.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
image = [[File:Crystal package settings.png|40px]]
none = Means that no image is used.

imageright

No parameter = If no imageright parameter is given then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
imageright = [[File:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|40px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.

style

Optional CSS values used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " " but with the ending semicolons ;. For example:
style = margin-bottom: 0.5em;

textstyle

Optional CSS values used by the text cell. For example:
textstyle = text-align: center;

plainlinks

Normally on Wikipedia, external links have an arrow icon next to them, like this: Example.com. However, in message boxes, the arrow icon is suppressed by default, like this: Example.com. To get the normal style of external link with the arrow icon, use |plainlinks=no.

text

The message body text.

Tmbox - The small parameters

small

yes = Makes it a smaller right floating message box. This also makes the default images smaller. Note that any data fed to the smallimage, smallimageright and smalltext parameters is only used if "small=yes". To make it so your template also understands the small parameter you can use this code:
small = {{{small|}}}

smallimage

No parameter = If no smallimage parameter is given then this template falls back to use the image parameter. If the image parameter also is empty then a small default image is used.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 30px width is usually about right. For example:
smallimage = [[File:Crystal package settings.png|30px]]
none = Means that no image is used. This overrides any image fed to image, when "small=yes".

smallimageright

No parameter = If no smallimageright parameter is given then this template falls back to use the imageright parameter. If the imageright parameter also is empty then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 30px width is usually about right. For example:
smallimageright = [[File:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|30px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.
none = Means that no right side image is used. This overrides any image fed to imageright, when "small=yes".

smalltext

A shorter version of the message body text. If no smalltext parameter is given then this template falls back to use the text parameter.

Fmbox

Fmbox - Usage

Simple example

{{Fmbox |text=Some text.}}
produces:

Complex example

{{Fmbox
 | type = editnotice
 | image = [[File:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
 | style = border:1px solid #f4c430;
 | textstyle = font-style:italic; font-weight:bold; color:red;
 | text = The message's text.
}}
produces:

Fmbox - Footer and header message box types

The following examples use different type parameters but no image parameters, i.e. they use the default image for each type.

Fmbox - Non-default images

The default images shown above are mostly for testing and demonstration. In most cases, it is more appropriate to use a more specific image or no image at all. The following examples use the image parameter to specify an image other than the default.

Fmbox - Other examples

Fmbox - Parameters

List of all parameters:

{{fmbox
| type  = system / editnotice / warning
| image = none / [[Image:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[Image:Some image.svg|40px]]
| id = CSS id
| class = CSS class names
| style = CSS values
| textstyle = CSS values
| plainlinks  = no
| text  = The message body text.
}}

type

If no type parameter is given the template defaults to type system. That means it gets a light grey background.

image

No parameter = If no image parameter is given the template uses a default image. Which default image it uses depends on the type parameter.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
image = [[Image:User-info.svg|40px]]
none = Means that no image is used.

imageright

No parameter = If no imageright parameter is given then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
imageright = [[Image:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|40px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.

id

Optional CSS id used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " ". Mostly meant to be used to tag a message box with its name, to make it easy to detect the presence of the message from javascript. For instance MediaWiki:Sp-contributions-footer would use:
id = sp-contributions-footer

class

Optional CSS class names used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " ". Mostly meant to be used to tag a message box with its name so it can be individually skinned. For instance MediaWiki:Sp-contributions-footer would use:
class = sp-contributions-footer

style

Optional CSS values used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " " but with the ending semicolons ;. For example:
style = margin-top: 1em;

textstyle

Optional CSS values used by the text cell. For example:
textstyle = font-size: 90%; text-align: center;

plainlinks

Normally on Wikipedia, external links have an arrow icon next to them, like this: Example.com. However, in message boxes, the arrow icon is suppressed by default, like this: Example.com. To get the normal style of external link with the arrow icon, use |plainlinks=no.

text

The message body text.

Fmbox - Technical details

This template currently uses hard coded styles and class names. Later it will only use CSS classes making it easier to skin. (In the meantime it can be skinned by using the "!important" keyword.)

If you need to make a box that is less than 100% wide, then do not use this box; instead, use {{Ombox}}. Since this box doesn't have the "1px empty image cell" code that makes it so the other mboxes get proper box flow in all browsers when less than 100% wide.

If you need to use special characters in the text parameter, then you need to "escape" them like this:

{{Fmbox
| text = <div>
Equal sign = and a start and end brace { } work fine as they are. 
But here is a pipe {{!}} and two end braces <nowiki>}}</nowiki>. 
And now a pipe and end braces <nowiki>|}}</nowiki>.
</div>
}}

This produces:

To avoid potential difficulties with e.g. parser functions or special characters, this metatemplate uses HTML rather than wiki markup to produce the table carrying its output.

As some older browsers have difficulty rendering SVG transparency, the default images for this metatemplate are in PNG rather than SVG format and have been optimised by hand to ensure they work across a wide range and age of browsers. (SVG icons only look somewhat bad in older browsers, thus such optimisation is only worthwhile for very widely used icons.)

Admins: MediaWiki's parsing and converting HTML markup for system messages is not the same as for normal pages: <br> for instance, is not automatically converted to <br /> and missing </td> and </tr> tags are not added automatically. Any HTML code used in system messages, therefore, must already be valid (include all complementary close tags, etc.).

For more details, see the talk page. Since this template works in almost the same way as {{Ambox}}, {{Tmbox}}, {{Imbox}}, {{Cmbox}} and {{Ombox}}, further information found on their talk pages may also be relevant.

Ombox

This is the {{Ombox}} ([O]ther pages [m]essage [box]) metatemplate.

It is used to build message box templates for pages of the types User, Wikipedia, MediaWiki, Template, Help, Portal and any new future namespaces; i.e. for page types not covered by {{Ambox}}, {{Tmbox}}, {{Imbox}} or {{Cmbox}}. Thus, it should not be used for boxes for articles, talk pages, image pages or category pages.

This template works almost exactly like {{Ambox}} and uses the same parameters.

Ombox - Introduction

As noted above, this template should be used for message boxes that are not articles, talk pages, image pages or category pages. Some message boxes for other pages may incorrectly use one of those four mentioned. Feel free to convert any message boxes used on "other pages" to use this meta-template. If you find any tricky cases then list them on the talk page of this template and you'll get help.

When this template is used to build other pages message boxes those boxes should contain explanatory texts just like before. (The same texts as before or new improved texts.) If there are more specific images in the boxes or you know a better image, then use them instead of the default images shown here.

Ombox - Usage

Simple usage example:

{{ombox | text = Some text.}}

Complex example:

{{ombox
| type      = style
| image     = [[Image:Emblem-question-yellow.svg|40px]]
| style     = width: 400px; 
| textstyle = color: red; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic;
| text      = The message body text.
}}

Ombox - Other pages message box types

The following examples use different type parameters but use no image parameters; thus, they use the default images for each type.

Ombox - Examples

Some examples using the "notice" style:

Ombox - Parameters

List of all parameters:

{{ombox
| type  = speedy / delete / content / style / notice / move / protection
| image = none / [[Image:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[Image:Some image.svg|40px]]
| style = CSS values
| textstyle = CSS values
| plainlinks = no
| text  = The message body text. 
| small = {{{small|}}} / yes
| smallimage = none / [[Image:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smallimageright = none / [[Image:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smalltext  = A shorter message body text.
}}

type

If no type parameter is given the template defaults to type notice. That means it gets a gray border.

image

No parameter = If no image parameter is given the template uses a default image. Which default image it uses depends on the type parameter.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
image = [[Image:Crystal package settings.png|40px]]
none = Means that no image is used.

imageright

No parameter = If no imageright parameter is given then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 40px - 50px width are usually about right depending on the image height to width ratio. (But the message box can handle images of any size.) For example:
imageright = [[Image:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|40px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.

style

Optional CSS values used by the entire message box table. Without quotation marks " " but with the ending semicolons ;. For example:
style = margin-bottom: 0.5em;

textstyle

Optional CSS values used by the text cell. For example:
textstyle = text-align: center;

plainlinks

Normally on Wikipedia, external links have an arrow icon next to them, like this: Example.com. However, in message boxes, the arrow icon is suppressed by default, like this: Example.com. To get the normal style of external link with the arrow icon, use |plainlinks=no.

text

The message body text.

Ombox - The small parameters

small

yes = Makes it a smaller right floating message box. This also makes the default images smaller. Note that any data fed to the smallimage, smallimageright and smalltext parameters is only used if "small=yes". To make it so your template also understands the small parameter you can use this code:
small = {{{small|}}}

smallimage

No parameter = If no smallimage parameter is given then this template falls back to use the image parameter. If the image parameter also is empty then a small default image is used.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 30px width is usually about right. For example:
smallimage = [[Image:Replacement filing cabinet.svg|30px]]
none = Means that no image is used. This overrides any image fed to image, when "small=yes".

smallimageright

No parameter = If no smallimageright parameter is given then this template falls back to use the imageright parameter. If the imageright parameter also is empty then no image is shown on the right side.
An image = Should be an image with usual wiki notation. 30px width is usually about right. For example:
smallimageright = [[Image:Nuvola apps bookcase.png|30px]]
Anything = Any other object that you want to show on the right side.
none = Means that no right side image is used. This overrides any image fed to imageright, when "small=yes".

smalltext

A shorter version of the message body text. If no smalltext parameter is given then this template falls back to use the text parameter.

Ombox - Technical details

If you need to use special characters in the text parameter then you need to escape them like this:

{{ombox
| text  = <div>
Equal sign = and a start and end brace { } work fine as they are. 
But here is a pipe {{!}} and two end braces <nowiki>}}</nowiki>. 
And now a pipe and end braces <nowiki>|}}</nowiki>.
</div>
}}

This template uses the ombox CSS classes in MediaWiki:Common.css for most of its looks, thus it is fully skinnable.

This template calls {{ombox/core}} which holds most of the code for {{ombox}}, while {{ombox}} itself does parameter preprocessing.

Internally this meta-template uses HTML markup instead of wiki markup for the table code. That is the usual way we make meta-templates since wiki markup has several drawbacks. For instance it makes it harder to use parser functions and special characters in parameters.

The default images for this meta-template are in png format instead of svg format. The main reason is that some older web browsers have trouble with the transparent background that MediaWiki renders for svg images. The png images here have hand optimised transparent background colour so they look good in all browsers. Note that svg icons only look somewhat bad in the old browsers, thus such hand optimisation is only worth the trouble for very widely used icons.

For more technical details see the talk page. Since this template works almost exactly like {{ambox}}, {{tmbox}}, {{imbox}} and {{cmbox}} their talk pages and related pages might also contain more details.

Mbox

{{Mbox}} ("[M]ulti-namespace message[box]") is a metatemplate with which namespace-sensitive Predefinição:Cl can be implemented. The most common of these are {{Ambox}} for articles, {{Tmbox}} for talk pages, {{Imbox}} for file (formerly image) pages, {{Cmbox}} for category pages and {{Ombox}} for other types of page.

Note that this template should only be used for message boxes that really need to adapt their style. Most message boxes do not need this and should use one of the varieties just listed. Using those templates directly means that your template will look the same on its template page and at any other place you show it, which makes it clear on what kind of pages it is supposed to be used. It also gives you access to any extra features those templates offer, and it saves some server load.

Mbox - Usage

This template takes the same parameters as {{Ambox}}, {{Imbox}}, etc. See full documentation there.

Some of the boxes this template calls only handles images of max 52px width, thus that limitation also applies to this template or you will get ugly padding problems.

Mbox - Demospace

This template optionally takes the "demospace" parameter as described at {{Namespace detect}}. That parameter is only for testing and demonstration purposes. If you want to lock your message box to one style then instead use one of the other mboxes directly.

Namespace "Image:" was renamed to "File:" on 11 December 2008. This template was updated to understand both names well before that, thus it still works fine. For backwards compatibility it still understands "demospace = image" which means the same thing as "demospace = file". But using "demospace = image" is now deprecated.

Namespace "Book:" was added to the English Wikipedia on 28 December 2009. This template uses the {{Ombox}} style on "Book:" pages (or when "demospace = book") and the {{Tmbox}} style on "Book talk:" pages (or when "demospace = talk"). Note that "demospace = talk" means any talk space.

Mbox - Parameters

List of all parameters:

{{Mbox
| demospace = {{{demospace|}}} / main / talk / file / category / other
| type  = speedy / delete / content / style / notice / move / protection
| image = none / [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| imageright = [[File:Some image.svg|40px]]
| style=CSS values
| textstyle=CSS values
| text  = The message body text.
| small = {{{small|}}} / left / yes
| smallimage = none / [[File:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smallimageright = none / [[File:Some image.svg|30px]]
| smalltext  = A shorter message body text.
| plainlinks = no
}}

Note: The small parameters only have effect when the template appears on an article, talk or "other" page type. For their associated documentation, see {{Ambox}}, {{Tmbox}} and/or {{Ombox}}. Using the small parameters when they are not valid has no effect, but also does no harm.


Referências

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Ambox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Cmbox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Imbox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Tmbox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Fmbox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Ombox/doc https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Mbox/doc