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**next: the name of the previous section. Usually it will be identical with the link to the next section, so the latter can be left away. As there is not allways a next section, also next may be empty.
 
**next: the name of the previous section. Usually it will be identical with the link to the next section, so the latter can be left away. As there is not allways a next section, also next may be empty.
 
**prevlink: an argument for the link to the previous section, if it differs from ''prev''.
 
**prevlink: an argument for the link to the previous section, if it differs from ''prev''.
**prevlink: an argument for the link to the next section, if it differs from ''next''.
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**nextlink: an argument for the link to the next section, if it differs from ''next''.
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**nchapter: an argument for the next chapter
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**nchapterlink: an argument for link to the next chapter
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**pchapter: an argument for the previous chapter
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**pchapterlink: an argument for the previous chapter
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**section: An argument for the current section. It will be dispalyed as is, so make links explicit here. The default is a circle link to the respective page.
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**subsection: The current subsection
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**sprev: the previous subsection
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**sprevlink: the link to the previous subsection
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**snext: the next subsection
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**snextlink: the link to the next subsection
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==Examples==
 
==Examples==
 
<pre>{{navi}}</pre>
 
<pre>{{navi}}</pre>

Latest revision as of 14:46, 14 March 2017

Usage

This template offers a standardized menu for the page foot. It offers a chapter What you have learned and a swift shift to the RailTopoModel® home page, the chapter home page, the previous and the next section.

Arguments

The template has two obligatory and four optional arguments, all of which are named.

  • Obligatory
    • chapter: the chapter, which the page is assigned to
    • lesson: this argument bears the text of the symmary
  • Optional
    • prev: the name of the previous section. Usually it will be identical with the link to the previous section, so the latter can be left away. As there is not allways a previous section, also prev may be empty.
    • next: the name of the previous section. Usually it will be identical with the link to the next section, so the latter can be left away. As there is not allways a next section, also next may be empty.
    • prevlink: an argument for the link to the previous section, if it differs from prev.
    • nextlink: an argument for the link to the next section, if it differs from next.
    • nchapter: an argument for the next chapter
    • nchapterlink: an argument for link to the next chapter
    • pchapter: an argument for the previous chapter
    • pchapterlink: an argument for the previous chapter
    • section: An argument for the current section. It will be dispalyed as is, so make links explicit here. The default is a circle link to the respective page.
    • subsection: The current subsection
    • sprev: the previous subsection
    • sprevlink: the link to the previous subsection
    • snext: the next subsection
    • snextlink: the link to the next subsection

Examples

{{navi}}

delivers









What you should have learned
Please, enter a summary!
Navigation
Home
Chapter [[{{{chapter}}}|{{{chapter}}}]]
Section Navi
Subection
{{navi
|lesson=Seid wachsam!
|chapter={{RTM}} modelling concepts
|prev={{RTM}} Quick Start
|next=Borders of {{RTM}}
|chapterlink=RTM modelling concepts
|prevlink=RTM Quick Start
|nextlink=Borders of RTM
|section=
}}

delivers









What you should have learned
Seid wachsam!
Navigation
Home
Chapter RailTopoModel® modelling concepts
Section RailTopoModel® Quick Start Borders of RailTopoModel®
Subection
{{navi
|lesson=
|chapter={{RTM}} modelling concepts
|chapterlink=RTM modelling concepts
|next=Core elements
|section=
}}

delivers









What you should have learned
Navigation
Home
Chapter RailTopoModel® modelling concepts
Section Core elements
Subection