|This is a documentation subpage for Template:Translate (see that page for the template itself).
It contains usage information, categories and other content that is not part of the original template page.
This template is used to create links to articles on other test wikis on top of wiki articles, to manage interwiki links to real wikis and to help with the translation process. It should be used on the
/translate subpage of the respective page, which itself should be embedded to the main page.
/translate subpage, you can add structured information on how to translate the individual page after embedding the template. General information is added by the template automatically.
This template takes several parameters, most of which are the name of the article in that language.
Supported languages are:
Test Wiki: Eng - English Wiki (inside the Test Wiki) EnT - English Wiki (without a language prefix) Ita - Italian Spa - Spanish Por - Portugese Tur - Turkish Hin - Hindi Pol - Polish Zho - Chinese Tam - Tamil Heb - Hebrew Slv - Slovenian Kor - Korean Ara - Arabic Lat - Latin Ukr - Ukranian Sqi - Albanian Ben - Bengali Guj - Gujarati Ron - Romanian Ces - Czech Slk - Slovak Mlt - Maltese Fin - Finnish Lit - Lithuanian Vie - Vietnamese Ell - Greek Mar - Marathi Real Wiki: En - English De - German Id - Indonesian Ru - Russian Ja - Japanese Hu - Hungary Nl - Nederlands Fr - Français
Additionally, you can use the
title parameter to set an alternative title for the translate bar shown on the main page. Every String is accepted, but make sure it is still short enough. By default,
Translate is used.
This option should be used to provide further information of the translation, for example when a page embeds another wiki page and you want to provide a link to both
/translate subpages, which would normally be indistinguishable.
Test Wiki languages
To add a test wiki, you need to do the following steps:
- In the template, scroll to 3. and paste a new line with the following, replacing the language prefix (Spa) and name (Español) with those of the respective language (Note the |):
- Then, move to 6. and do the same for this code (you only need the language prefix here):
Real Wiki languages
To add a real wiki, you need to do the following steps:
- Make sure the language is registered in Special:Interwiki and make sure you are using the right language prefix.
- In the template, scroll to 7. and paste a new line with the following, replacing the language prefix (En) with that of the respective language (Note the |):
- Then, move to 10. and do the same for this code: