Difference between revisions of "Template:InfoboxLanguage"

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| colspan="2" style="border-color:#E8E8E8;" | {{{Pronunciation}}}
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| colspan="2" style="border-color:#E8E8E8;" | [{{{Pronunciation}}}]
 
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| style="vertical-align:top; border-color:#E8E8E8" | [[Ethnologue]] name:
 
| style="vertical-align:top; border-color:#E8E8E8" | [[Ethnologue]] name:
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| style="vertical-align:top;border-color:#E8E8E8" | [[WALS]] location:
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| style="vertical-align:top;border-color:#E8E8E8" | Location point:
 
| colspan="2"  style="border-color:#E8E8E8;"| {{{WALSLoc}}}
 
| colspan="2"  style="border-color:#E8E8E8;"| {{{WALSLoc}}}
 
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|| Pronunciation|| = || Pronunciation of the autoglottonym (in [[IPA]])  
 
|| Pronunciation|| = || Pronunciation of the autoglottonym (in [[IPA]])  
 
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|| Ethn15name|| = || Name of the language used by [[Ethnologue]] (15)
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|| Ethn15name|| = || Name of the language used by [[Ethnologue]]  
 
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|| OLACname|| = || Name of the language used by [[OLAC]]
 
|| OLACname|| = || Name of the language used by [[OLAC]]
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|| WALSname|| = || Name of the language used by [[WALS]]
 
|| WALSname|| = || Name of the language used by [[WALS]]
 
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|| WALSLoc|| = || Language coordinates used by [[WALS]]
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|| WALSLoc|| = || Language coordinates used, see below
 
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|| Family|| = || Highest genealogical unit to which the language belongs
 
|| Family|| = || Highest genealogical unit to which the language belongs
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==Examples==
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===WALSloc===
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For languages included in [[WALS]] you can lookup coordinates there. If you write the coordinates like in the following example, a link to GoogleMaps is included automatically.
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<pre>
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|WALSLoc          ={{GooglemapLink|Lat=43°N|Long=44°E}}
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</pre>
  
  

Latest revision as of 20:06, 4 February 2013

{{{Language}}}
Autoglottonym: {{{Autonym}}}
Pronunciation: [{{{Pronunciation}}}]
Ethnologue name: {{{Ethn15name}}}
OLAC name: {{{OLACname}}}
Location point: {{{WALSLoc}}}
Genealogy
Family: {{{Family}}}
Genus: {{{Genus}}}
Speakers
Country: {{{Countries}}}
Official in: {{{OfficialLg}}}
Speakers: {{{Speakers}}}
Writing system: {{{WritingSyst}}}
Codes
ISO 639-3: {{{ISO3}}}

The Template:InfoboxLanguage is used in language articles to display details about single languages as a right-side infobox. It can be stacked with other infoboxes.

Usage

Copy the following code into the article.

{{InfoboxLanguage
|Language         =
|Autonym          =
|Pronunciation    =
|Ethn15name       =
|OLACname         =
|WALSname         =
|WALSLoc          =
|Family           =
|Genus            =
|Countries        =
|OfficialLg       =
|Speakers         =
|WritingSyst      =
|ISO              =
|ISO2B            =
|ISO2T            =
|ISO3             =
|WALScode         =
|MPIExt1          =
}}

Fill out the values like in the explanations below.

{{InfoboxLanguage
| Language = Name of language (defaults to page name)
| Autonym =
| Pronunciation = Pronunciation of the autoglottonym (in IPA)
| Ethn15name = Name of the language used by Ethnologue
| OLACname = Name of the language used by OLAC
| WALSname = Name of the language used by WALS
| WALSLoc = Language coordinates used, see below
| Family = Highest genealogical unit to which the language belongs
| Genus = Lowest genealogical unit to which the language belongs
| Countries = Country or countries where the language is spoken
| OfficialLg = Country or countries where the language has official status
| Speakers = Number of speakers
| WritingSyst = Writing system
| ISO = Language code used by ISO 693-1
| ISO2B = Language code used by ISO 693-2/B
| ISO2T = Language code used by ISO 693-2/T
| ISO3 = Language code used by ISO 693-3
| WALScode = Language code used by WALS
| MPIExt1 =
}}

Examples

WALSloc

For languages included in WALS you can lookup coordinates there. If you write the coordinates like in the following example, a link to GoogleMaps is included automatically.

|WALSLoc          ={{GooglemapLink|Lat=43°N|Long=44°E}}