Help:Templates

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Templates are wiki procedures which allow for a type of modular programming within wikicode. When a particular string of wikicode is repeated many times in different articles or documents, a template can be used to encapsulate that code. This not only avoids repetitious code, it makes the structure of wikicode more transparent. Templates can allow for internal variables.

Templates used on the Mainpage and the Community Portal

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Aboutsite}}

AIDS Wiki

AIDS Wiki is a community gathering place for AIDS dissidents to assist and foster activism. The wiki reflects a pro-dissident POV, although the diversity of opinion present among AIDS dissidents is respected. Verifiability criteria are relaxed in good judgment regarding reports of recent newsworthy events and announcements of upcoming planned events.

Introduces the wiki on the Mainpage
{{Announcements}} === Announcements ===
Places announcements on the Community Portal
{{Communitypages}}

Community pages

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Places community pages on the Community Portal
{{Currentevents}}

Current events

New books and websites

Small Inquisitor JP Moore of Cornell Abbey

NEW! → Interviews

Gary Null
Places current events on the Community Portal
{{Dissidentlist}}

List of dissidents

A growing number of scientists, doctors, academics, journalists, and other professionals are questioning the HIV/AIDS hypothesis. This site will give you the information to make up your own mind.

Places link to the list of dissidents on the Mainpage
{{Documents}}

Essential documents

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The following is a list of the most damaging documents available in the scientific literature, which refute the HIV/AIDS hypothesis, rebut "evidence" of HIV causation, reveal the fraudulent nature of the HIV tests, and expose the sociological motivations and political maneuverings behind the HIV paradigm.

Places list of essential documents on the Mainpage
{{Featured}}

Featured article

The Last Lovers on Earth: Stories from Dark Times is a 1999 book of short stories by Charles Ortleb. Three of the stories became the basis for a 2004 film directed by Ortleb and Michael Cimpher.

The stories have been described as "a funny and disturbing series of portraits of the gay community as it faces the challenges of survival in a world of AIDS propaganda and collaboration." AIDS activists, scientists, doctors, and academics are all skewered in satirical fashion.

Featured document


The original Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis published a print newsletter for several years. The brief essays contained in Volume 1, Number 2 were excellent enough then, but the simple truths they contain have become iridescent with the passage of 14 years. (Click on each page above to view. You may need to zoom in manually if your browser adjusts the size of the image.)


Places featured article/document on the Mainpage
{{Intro}}

Welcome AIDS Rethinkers to your AIDS Wiki

David Rasnick said, "To understand the fiasco of AIDS, all that is required is common sense, hard work to become informed, and above all else, courage." This wiki is being developed by those with the common sense and courage to discover the truth about "AIDS". Your experience and expertise would be most welcome in contributing to these articles and creating new entries. If you would like to help improve this wiki, you may obtain a login account by sending an email to admin. Thanks for visiting!


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Documentary film "House of Numbers"
is now available as a streaming video from Netflix
See a list of reviews here



Places introduction on the Mainpage
{{Lead}} Places lead on the Mainpage
{{Links}} Places links to other dissident websites on the Mainpage
{{Petitions}}

Petitions

The following online petitions are currently being assembled. Please sign to show your support!

Places links to petitions on the Community Portal
{{Portal}}

Community Portal

Visit the Community Portal to view what's new at the wiki, community pages, petitions, and other important announcements!


Places link to Community Portal on the Mainpage
{{Suggested}}

Suggested reading/viewing

The following is a list of suggested reading for newcomers. Although these articles can profitably be read in any order, they are intended to be read in the order given.

This remarkable satire was written in 1987. It is more powerful and chilling today than 20 years ago:

We also suggest the following video documentaries:

Places suggested reading on the Mainpage
{{Whatsnew}}

What's new at AIDS Wiki

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  • Coming soon – List of Frequently Asked Questions
  • AIDS Wiki celebrates a million total pageviews!
Places announcements about what's new at the wiki on the Community Portal

Templates used within text of articles and documents

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{PDFfile|PDFtitle=Ascher}}


This is the document namespace holder page for the PDF document file Ascher.pdf, located on AIDS Wiki servers. This PDF file is NOT available under the GNU Free Documentation License.


Used to place a PDF file into the document namespace
{{PDFlink|link=Ascher|title=The Ascher Commentary}} The Ascher Commentary Image:PDFsmallicon.gif Places a link to a PDF document on AIDS Wiki servers
{{MP3file|MP3title=CulshawUHR1}}


This is the document namespace holder page for the MP3 document file CulshawUHR1.mp3, located on AIDS Wiki servers. This MP3 file is NOT available under the GNU Free Documentation License.


Used to place an MP3 file into the document namespace
{{MP3link|link=CulshawUHR1|title=Culshaw on the Unauthorized Health Report}} Culshaw on the Unauthorized Health Report Image:MP3smallicon.gif Places a link to an MP3 document on AIDS Wiki servers
{{Current}}
Current event marker This article documents a current event. Information may change rapidly as the event progresses.
Placed on top of an article about an event of which information may change rapidly
{{Medical disclaimer}}
PLEASE NOTE: This article contains information about resources giving medical advice. However, the medical information provided on AIDS Wiki cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional. Please see our medical disclaimer.
Standard medical disclaimer used in articles and documents offering medical information
{{NoGFDL}}
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER NOTICE ON THIS PAGE, the material on this page is NOT available under the GNU Free Documentation License; in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, it is posted in the manner of bulletin boards in schools and workplaces, to encourage public education and citizen awareness, without profit or payment, for persons and entities engaging in non-profit research and educational activities and purposes only.
Indicates that the document is not licensed under the GNU Free Documentation Lincense
{{stub}} Template:Stub Indicates that the article is a stub
{{Website disclaimer}}
PLEASE NOTE: AIDS Wiki is not officially affiliated in any way with any of the following websites. The opinions, viewpoints, and conclusions expressed on any particular website below are solely those of that particular website or associated individuals, and are not necessarily endorsed by AIDS Wiki.
Standard website disclaimer used in articles and documents offering lists of websites

Templates used on talk pages of articles, documents, and userpages

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Featured article|featuredpage=featuredpage}}
Image:Cscr-featured.png featuredpage is a featured article/document, which means that it or a previous version has been identified as one of the best articles/documents produced by the AIDS Wiki community. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute.
Placed on talk page of featured articles
{{Welcome}} Hello, Templates, and welcome to AIDS Wiki! Thank you for joining. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

AIDS Wiki links

MediaWiki links

Wikipedia links

I hope you enjoy editing here. You can play around editing in your own personal sandbox. (Also see the Main Page Sandbox; you can cut and paste that text into your own sandbox.)

Please sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Again, welcome! 


Places welcome message to new user on their talk page

Templates used to justify fair use of copyrighted images

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Bcfu}}
Copyrighted

This image is of a book cover, and the copyright for it is most likely owned either by the artist who drew the cover or the publisher of the book. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of book covers

  • to illustrate an article discussing the book in question;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Book cover fair use;
Used for low-resolution images of book covers
{{DVDfu}}
Copyrighted

This image is of a DVD cover, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by the artist who created the cover. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of DVD covers

  • to illustrate an article discussing the DVD in question;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

DVD fair use;
Used for low-resolution images of DVD covers
{{Magfu}}

This image is of a magazine cover, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher of the magazine or the individual contributors who worked on the cover depicted. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of magazine covers

  • to illustrate the publication of the issue of the magazine in question;
  • with the publication name either visible on the image itself or written in the image description above;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Magazine fair use;
Used for low-resolution images of magazine covers
{{Pfu|person=person|link=link|copyholder=copyholder}}

Photo of person. Taken from [link].

Copyright by copyholder, all rights reserved.

This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company, organization, or individual to promote their work or product in the media, such as

  • advertising material;
  • a promotional photo in a press kit;
  • prominent display in promotion of their website.

It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of promotional material

  • to illustrate the work or product in question;
  • in the absence of free images that could serve such a purpose;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States;

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Promotional fair use;
Used for fair use of promotional images
{{Pfunl|person=person|copyholder=copyholder}}

Photo of person.

Copyright by copyholder, all rights reserved.

This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company, organization, or individual to promote their work or product in the media, such as

  • advertising material;
  • a promotional photo in a press kit;
  • prominent display in promotion of their website.

It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of promotional material

  • to illustrate the work or product in question;
  • in the absence of free images that could serve such a purpose;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States;

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Promotional fair use with no link;
Used for fair use of promotional images
{{Pfup|person=person|link=link|copyholder=copyholder}}

Photo of person. Taken from [link].

Copyright by copyholder, all rights reserved, used with permission.

This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company, organization, or individual to promote their work or product in the media, such as

  • advertising material;
  • a promotional photo in a press kit;
  • prominent display in promotion of their website.

It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of promotional material

  • to illustrate the work or product in question;
  • in the absence of free images that could serve such a purpose;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States;

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Promotional fair use with permission;
Used for fair use of promotional images with explicit permission of copyright holder
{{Pfupnl|person=person|copyholder=copyholder}}

Photo of person.

Copyright by copyholder, all rights reserved, used with permission.

This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company, organization, or individual to promote their work or product in the media, such as

  • advertising material;
  • a promotional photo in a press kit;
  • prominent display in promotion of their website.

It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of promotional material

  • to illustrate the work or product in question;
  • in the absence of free images that could serve such a purpose;
  • on AIDS Wiki, hosted on servers in the United States;

qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

ANY OTHER USE OF THIS IMAGE, ON AIDS WIKI OR ELSEWHERE, MAY BE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT.

Promotional fair use with permission and no link;
Used for fair use of promotional images with explicit permission of copyright holder

Templates used to give credit to Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Credit|pagetitle=pagetitle|id=id|date=date}}
Wikipedia
This page uses content from the pagetitle article on Wikipedia, captured on date. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with the AIDS Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Gives credit to Wikipedia for content
{{Imagecredit|imagetitle=imagetitle}}
Wikipedia
This page uses the image imagetitle from Wikipedia. Its history can be seen in the image history. As with the AIDS Wiki, the images at Wikipedia are available under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Gives credit to Wikipedia for image
{{ImagecreditC|imagetitle=imagetitle}}
Wikipedia
This page uses the image imagetitle from Wikimedia Commons. Its history can be seen in the image history. As with the AIDS Wiki, the images at Wikimedia Commons are available under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Gives credit to Wikimedia Commons for image

Templates used in footnotes and references

Please read the help page on footnotes and references for detailed instructions on implementation.

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Fn|1}} [1] Footnote;
places a footnote within text
{{Fnb|1}}   Footnote back;
used in conjunction with {{Fn}};
places a link back to where footnote originally occurs
{{Ref|1|2}} 2 Reference;
places a Harvard reference "2" to location "1" within text
{{Refb|1}} Reference back;
used in conjunction with {{Ref}};
places a link back to where reference originally occurs
{{Refbb|1}} Reference back blank;
same as {{Refb|1}}, except no backlink is placed;
used primarily when the reference correspondence is many-to-one, precluding multiple ibids, e.g. scientific papers

Templates used for Pubmed citations

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{Pubmed|title=title|number=number}} "title" PubMed Produces automated link to Pubmed listing;
used when no direct link to article is available
{{Pubmedlink|title=title|number=number|link=link}} "[link title]" PubMed" Produces automated link to Pubmed listing and external link
{{Pubmedintlink|title=title|number=number|link=link}} "title" PubMed" Produces automated link to Pubmed listing and internal link

Templates used for tables of contents and chapter links

Template What it produces What it is used for
{{CompactTOC}}
Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Compact Table Of Contents;
produces compact alphabetical table of contents
{{TOCright}} Table Of Contents right;
places the table of contents to the right of page
{{Toc|1}}
Table of Contents
Table of contents;
within related documents, places link to table of contents
{{Pc|1}} Previous chapter Previous chapter;
within related documents, places link to previous chapter
{{Nc|1}}
Next chapter
Next chapter;
within related documents, places link to next chapter