User:Ondo/templates

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When to use each color

  • Red: when a page is breaking a policy (i.e. Notability, Style) or Content Warnings.
  • Orange: for notices about the contents of a page (missing information, uncommon identity).
  • Green: when the focus is inviting readers to help (stub, incomplete).
  • Blue: any other kind of notice.

Style 1

VisualEditor - Icon - Advanced - white.svg {{{text}}}


Caution icon - Noun Project 9556 white.svg The notability of this article should be reviewed to be in accordance with the Content policy. You can help us providing reliable sources.


VisualEditor - Icon - Advanced - white.svg Ondo is working on this article right now. You are welcome to help, but please ask in the talk page before performing big changes to this page.
Note to editors: If this notice stays here for more than two weeks, feel free to replace it with {{incomplete}}


Text lines white icon.svg This article lacks significant content. You can help the Nonbinary Wiki by completing it!
Note to editors: remember to always support the information you proved with external references!


Exclamation mark white icon.svg This page is about a gender identity that is not widely used among gender-variant people. This does not mean that the identity is not valid, but that very few people are known to use this term.
More information on uncommon identities...

Style 2

Caution icon - Noun Project 9556 white.svg The notability of this article should be reviewed to be in accordance with the Content policy. You can help us providing reliable sources.


VisualEditor - Icon - Advanced - white.svg Ondo is working on this article right now. You are welcome to help, but please ask in the talk page before performing big changes to this page.
Note to editors: If this notice stays here for more than two weeks, feel free to replace it with {{incomplete}}


Text lines white icon.svg This article lacks significant content. You can help the Nonbinary Wiki by completing it!
Note to editors: remember to always support the information you proved with external references!


Exclamation mark white icon.svg This page is about a gender identity that is not widely used among gender-variant people. This does not mean that the identity is not valid, but that very few people are known to use this term.
More information on uncommon identities...

Style 3

Caution icon - Noun Project 9556 white.svg The notability of this article should be reviewed to be in accordance with the Content policy. You can help us providing reliable sources.


VisualEditor - Icon - Advanced - white.svg Ondo is working on this article right now. You are welcome to help, but please ask in the talk page before performing big changes to this page.
Note to editors: If this notice stays here for more than two weeks, feel free to replace it with {{incomplete}}


Text lines white icon.svg This article lacks significant content. You can help the Nonbinary Wiki by completing it!
Note to editors: remember to always support the information you proved with external references!


Exclamation mark white icon.svg This page is about a gender identity that is not widely used among gender-variant people. This does not mean that the identity is not valid, but that very few people are known to use this term.
More information on uncommon identities...