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Deprecated[edit]

This template probably isn't needed for now. But use it if there's a relevant application. --Chriswaterguy 06:11, 16 March 2010 (UTC)

Every file page now has a section Links - and Where Is The Page I Was Looking For?[1] which makes this template less needed.

We're also using imagemaps on all "highlighted page" templates so this is more of a problem with images formatted in the regular way.

Usage[edit]

To be placed on images that might be confused by users, thinking they should link to an article.

Use a link to the article or articles (including the [[ ]]) that the user might be looking for, as the argument for the template:

{{explain image link|[[Water]]}}

produces:


Were you looking for Water?
Clicking an image on this wiki usually takes you to the page for the image. If you want the associated article, click the article link (usually underneath).


Notes[edit]