Template:Plain link

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This template will allow you to create a local or interwiki link (such as a link to the history of a page) on a page without having the external link icon following the link. This can be used, for example, when internal or interwiki links appear as external links. See Help:URL#URLs on other Wikimedia projects for more information.

Caution[muda l codesc]

You can use {{fullurl}} magicword to generate URLs to Wikipedia pages.

Also, this template is not suitable for genuinely external links, since it suppresses displaying the external link small icon (external link icon); for external links, use {{URL}}

Examples[muda l codesc]

  • {{Plain link|url=https://www.wikipedia.org}} gives [1]
  • {{Plain link|https://www.wikipedia.org Wikipedia}} gives Wikipedia
  • {{Plain link|https://www.wikipedia.org | Wikipedia}} gives Wikipedia
  • {{Plain link|https://www.google.co.uk|Google}} gives Google

Note that if your url or link title contains an equals sign = you must use named parameters:

  • {{Plain link|url=//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Equals_sign&oldid=282228764|name="=" }} gives "="

Redirects[muda l codesc]

To be more concise, you can use {{scp}} or {{plnk}} and numbers as parameter names, e.g.:

  • {{scp|1=//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Equals_sign&oldid=282228764|2="="}} gives the same Template:Scp
  • {{plnk|1=//en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Equals_sign&oldid=282228764|2="="}} gives the same Template:Plnk

TemplateData[muda l codesc]

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TemplateData for Plain link

Use this template to add a local or interwiki link that would otherwise show a box and arrow icon next to the link without the icon.

Parametri template

Questo template preferisce la formattazione in linea dei parametri.

URLurl URL 1

URL of the link. For Wikimedia links, use the format "//example.com". This allows users to use the protocol they're currently using.

Textname NAME 2

Text to be linked


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