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<includeonly><!--<tt><{{Doc|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}|{{{3|}}}|attr={{{attr|}}}|@={{{@|}}}}}></tt>-->
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<includeonly><tt><{{Doc|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}|{{{3|}}}|attr={{#if:{{{@|}}}|{{{@}}}|{{{attr|}}}}}}}>{{#if:{{{@|}}}|@{{{@}}}}}</tt></includeonly><noinclude>==Usage==
<tt><{{Doc|{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}|{{{3|}}}|attr={{#if:{{{@|}}}|{{{@}}}|{{{attr|}}}}}}}>{{#if:{{{@|}}}|@{{{@}}}}}</tt>
 
</includeonly><noinclude>==Usage==
 
 
Template Tag standardizes the depiction of element names.
 
Template Tag standardizes the depiction of element names.
 
===Arguments===
 
===Arguments===

Revision as of 16:15, 19 June 2019

Usage

Template Tag standardizes the depiction of element names.

Arguments

This template has three arguments:

  • obligatory
    • 1: the subschema – CO, IL, IS, RS or TT
    • 2: the element name
  • optional
    • 3: the parent, as in this wiki some elements share their names with each other
    • attr: an attribute. If this argument is used, the link will lead directly to a certain attribute of the target element
    • @: an attribute that will both be linked and named

Example

{{Tag|IS|track|attr=name}}

produces

<track>

{{Tag|IS|track|@=name}}

produces

<track>@name