Template:Error

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{{{1}}}

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The template returns a state of error, and optionally an error-message text in red (visible for the user).

Usage

The parameter {{{1}}} can be set to the error to display when using this template.

  • {{error|An exemplary error}}An exemplary error
  • Compare, used in a Parser Function: {{#expr:Foo}}Expression error: Unrecognized word "foo".

If {{{1}}} is unset, no error will be displayed, although it still can be detected by {{#iferror:}}

#iferror

The error displayed is detected by the parser function {{#iferror:}}.

  • {{#iferror: {{error|Foo}} | {{c|yes}} | {{c|no}} }} Yes
  • {{#iferror: {{error}} | {{c|yes}} | {{c|no}} }} Yes

Tag option

The tag to contain the error message can be given through the {{{tag}}} parameter, but it will only accept span, div, p, and strong, since those are the only tags recognized by the {{#iferror:}} parser function. It defaults to strong, the tag generated by most parsers, e.g. by {{#expr:}}.

Code Result
ABC {{error|An exemplary error demo no tag (default)}} XYZ ABC An exemplary error demo no tag (default) XYZ
ABC {{error|An exemplary error demo span|tag=span}} XYZ ABC An exemplary error demo span XYZ
ABC {{error|An exemplary error demo div|tag=div}} XYZ ABC
An exemplary error demo div
XYZ
ABC {{error|An exemplary error demo p|tag=p}} XYZ ABC

An exemplary error demo p

XYZ
ABC {{error|An exemplary error demo strong|tag=strong}} XYZ ABC An exemplary error demo strong XYZ

See also

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