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This templates default (no pass parameters inputted) appears as the next line below...



This template is used to link keywords of the TrainzBaseSpec in tutorial pages and examples to the section coverage detailing the tag or container name.

Call {{TBS|'section-title'|{{{2}}}|p2=append|p=link display string}}

|p='display over-ride'
|p2='suffix after link' (literal used in tables as elaborating classifications, e.g. 'string-array'
|2=anything', so if {{{2}}} is true (defined) certain standard p2 messages will auto-display
such as ' (tag)', ' (container)', ' (obsolete tag)', ' (depreciated tag)' and so forth as is exemplified by this code snippet below.
--> {{#if:{{{p2|}}}| {{{p2}}}|{{#if:{{{2|}}}| (obsolete tag)}}}}
  • Notice 'p=' has precedence over {{{1}}} so will display as the link instead. (Generally true for Trainz linking templates)
  • Notice 'p2' gates a logical if-then-else asuffixed parenthesized term if defined.
  • Default displayed link type is the TBS tags/containers formal name (which is the page section header titles), but the template converts short common use names like mesh-table or thumbnails into the default mesh-table container and thumbnails container unless 'p' is defined, for it always has the last word on the displayed phrase.
  • Last but far from least, the template used sans arguments {{TBS}} links the TrainzBaseSpec page so can be used inline as a self-linking reference.