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===Usage===
 
===Usage===
 
To use this template simply add {{tl|ArticleVersion}} or {{tl|av}} to the top of an article.
 
To use this template simply add {{tl|ArticleVersion}} or {{tl|av}} to the top of an article.
====Template Warning Text (pink text)====
 
* '''NR''': This indicates that the page is missing a redirect page in the main namespace.  Clicking on the link will direct you to the missing page to ease creation of appropriate redirects.
 
 
==="There's a new version! What do I do?"===
 
==="There's a new version! What do I do?"===
 
If the version is major enough to warrant a new namespace (this will have been determined by the community), then the most important thing to do is update [[df:current|this page]] with the newest namespace. This will cause all the templates to show the proper current/outdated message.
 
If the version is major enough to warrant a new namespace (this will have been determined by the community), then the most important thing to do is update [[df:current|this page]] with the newest namespace. This will cause all the templates to show the proper current/outdated message.

Revision as of 19:12, 14 April 2014

This template is to be used on all pages that are game version specific.

Usage

To use this template simply add {{ArticleVersion}} or {{av}} to the top of an article.

"There's a new version! What do I do?"

If the version is major enough to warrant a new namespace (this will have been determined by the community), then the most important thing to do is update this page with the newest namespace. This will cause all the templates to show the proper current/outdated message.

The second thing to do is update the ArticleVersion template. This template is widely used and quite complicated; please do not attempt to modify it unless you are very familiar with wiki template code. Instead, please post an update request on its talk page.

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