Difference between revisions of "Template:Inaccurate"

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You should '''not''' use this willy-nilly if you see a particular fact wrong. You should instead ''fix'' the article yourself. This template is only for articles that contain lots of poor information, such that personally fixing it would take some time.
 
You should '''not''' use this willy-nilly if you see a particular fact wrong. You should instead ''fix'' the article yourself. This template is only for articles that contain lots of poor information, such that personally fixing it would take some time.
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It does have a parameter. If you want to use it in a section, use this: <nowiki>{{inaccurate|section}}</nowiki>.
  
 
</noinclude><includeonly>{{alertbox
 
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| color = #CCF
 
| color = #CCF
| text = This article or section contains inaccurate information. Further details can be found on the [[Talk:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|talk page]]. }}<includeonly>
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| text = This {{{1|article}}} contains inaccurate information. Further details can be found on the [[Talk:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|talk page]]. }}<includeonly>

Revision as of 14:02, 22 November 2012

This template should be used to mark an article or section as containing some inaccurate information. A description of the inaccuracy should first be placed in the associated discussion page, so that someone who wants to fix it can know what needs fixing.

You should not use this willy-nilly if you see a particular fact wrong. You should instead fix the article yourself. This template is only for articles that contain lots of poor information, such that personally fixing it would take some time.

It does have a parameter. If you want to use it in a section, use this: {{inaccurate|section}}.