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This template uses Module:PageLinks, a script written in Lua.

This is a very flexible page link template, which allows you to specify which links are shown beside the pagename. It can be used as a meta-template to support other page link templates, or it can be used alone.


Standalone usage
1={{page-multi|''code 1''|''code 2''|''code 3''|...|page=''pagename''}}


  • 1, 2, 3, ... n: these parameters specify what links to display in the template. See the code table below for valid input codes.
  • page: the pagename. An error is returned if this is omitted.
  • separator: the separator to use in between links. Valid values are dot(⧼dot-separator⧽), comma(, ), pipe( | ), and tpt-languages( • ). If not specified, then dot is the default.
  • small: if this parameter exists, fonts will be displayed at 90% of the normal size.
  • sup: if this parameter exists, links will be displayed in superscript.
  • doc: this parameter is only available on template pages, using the /template sub-template. If set to yes, it will automatically generate documentation for that template.
  • date: if specified, the page view statistics will display for the 30 days prior to the given date (otherwise it's 60 days prior to the current date). The date string should either start with the format YYYY-MM-DD or YYYYMMDD (you can use {{subst:CURRENTTIMESTAMP}} to insert the current date).
  • demo: if this parameter is set to yes, the template will not output any categories.


Here is a list of currently supported link codes:


Code Output
{{page-multi|page=Example|t|wlh}} Example (talk⧼dot-separator⧽links)
{{page-multi|page=Example|wlh|vlm-sgs}} Example (links⧼dot-separator⧽stats)


In certain circumstances, the template will generate errors. This is a list of all the error messages that the template might generate, and how users can resolve them.

Not a valid link code

  • Page-multi error: "xyz" is not a valid link code.

This error is generated if an invalid link code is specified. For a list of valid link codes, see the code list above.

No link type specified

  • Page-multi error: no link type specified.

This error is only generated when using Module:PageLinks directly to create a single link. The link code must be in the first positional parameter, like this: {{#invoke:PageLinks|single|<!-- link code -->|<!-- other parameters -->}}.

Function did not return a string value

  • Page-multi error: the function for code "xyz" did not return a string value.

This is an error in the software generating the links, and requires attention from the developers. Please start a new thread at Template talk:Page-multi.

Tracking categories

The template uses the following tracking categories:

Error category

Adding new links

To add a new link, you need to edit the Lua module that this template is based on, Module:PageLinks. Instructions are in the source code, if you feel capable programming in Lua. If you're not familiar with Lua, feel free to make a request on Template talk:Page-multi, and someone might add the link for you.

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[view | edit | history | purge]The above documentation is transcluded from Template:Page-multi/doc.