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{{see also}} is used for small sets of see also information, often used at the top of a section.

Usage[edit source]

{{see also|Page 1|...|Page 15}}
  • Up to 15 parameters are permitted: only the first is mandatory.
  • The list is dynamically generated so that the word "and" is always placed between the final two entries.
  • If more than 15 entries are supplied, a message will be displayed pointing out the problem.
  • You can use parameters l1 to l15 to specify alternative labels for the links.
make sure to start label parameters with a lowercase el (l), not a one (1) or pipe (|)
adding newline characters will break page links

Example[edit source]

Code Result
{{see also|Page}}
See also: Page
{{See also|Page|Page 2}}
See also: Page and Page 2
{{See also|Page|Page 2|Page 3}}
See also: Page, Page 2, and Page 3
{{See also|Page|Page 2|l2=Alternate title for Page 2}}
See also: Page and Alternate title for Page 2

And so on up to 15 parameters.

Link to subsection[edit source]

It possible to direct this template to link a particular section within another page.

{{See also|Michael Tritter#storyline|l1=Storyline}} gives

See also: Storyline

See also[edit source]