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Template:Portal-inline is used to produce an inline link to a portal that is supported by print and mobile versions of Wikipedia pages.

Differences between {{Portal}} and {{Portal-inline}}[edit source]

{{Portal}} creates a list of one or more portal links within an accessible navigation region. It is hidden in printer and mobile view. This is useful, for example, in an article's "See also" section.

{{Portal-inline}} creates one portal link with no accessibility context. It is visible in printer and mobile view. This is useful, for example, if making a mid-sentence link on a talk page, or if there is an alternative list structure in a "See also" section. Template:Quotation

Usage[edit source]

  • {{Portal-inline|<name> }}
  • {{Portal-inline|<name> [|size= <size> ] [|text= <text> ] [|short= <anything> ]}}

Everything inside square brackets is optional, do not include the square brackets.

Parameters[edit source]

  • 1 — required; The first unnamed/positional parameter is the name of the portal.
  • size— optional; Specify |size=tiny to show a 16×16 image instead of the usual size.
  • text— optional; Specify |text=(name) for a different associated name to appear.
  • short— optional; Specify |short=anything to remove portal from the output.
  • redlinks— optional; Specify |redlinks=yes to show the portal if it is redlinked.

Examples[edit source]

Using only the name parameter[edit source]

  • Code: {{Portal-inline|Canada}}
  • Produces:

Using the name and size parameters[edit source]

  • Code: {{Portal-inline|Canada|size=tiny}}
  • Produces:

Using the name and text parameters[edit source]

  • Code: {{Portal-inline|Canada|text=Canadian portal}}
  • Produces:

Using the name and short parameters[edit source]

  • Code: {{Portal-inline|Canada|short=yes}}
  • Produces:

Right align element[edit source]

Template:Portal-mobile See: {{Portal-mobile}}

Lists[edit source]

In an article's "See also" section, to generate an accessible list of portal links, use {{portal}}. If a different list structure is preferred, prefix each {{portal-inline}} with an asterisk.

* {{Portal-inline|Canada}}
* {{Portal-inline|Feminism}}
  • Produces:

Right align element[edit source]

Template:Portal-mobile See {{Portal-mobile}}

Image[edit source]

The portal image name is found using Module:Portal. Please see Module:Portal#Image for instructions on how to add, update, or remove an image.

Error tracking[edit source]

Template:Purge button If the template is used incorrectly, the page will be added to a tracking category.

The tracking categories are not applied if any of the following is true:

  1. Tracking is specially disabled for that usage. This is done by setting the optional parameter |tracking= to any the following values: no, n, false
  2. the template is used on a page in any of these namespaces: Talk, User, User talk, Wikipedia talk, File talk, Template talk, Category talk, Portal talk, Draft, Draft talk, Module talk
  3. The title page on which the template is used includes any of the following case-insensitive strings: "/archive", "/doc", "/test"

TemplateData[edit source]

This is the TemplateData for this template used by TemplateWizard, VisualEditor and other tools. Click here to see a monthly parameter usage report for this template based on this TemplateData.

TemplateData for Portal-inline

Produce an inline link to a portal with an image.

Template parameters

This template prefers inline formatting of parameters.


Name of the portal to link to.

Page namerequired

Set to "tiny" to show a 16×16 image instead of the usual size.


Show a different name instead of the portal name.

Portal of science

Set to any value to exclude "portal" from the output.

Red linksredlinks

Set to "yes" to show the portal even if it is redlinked.


See also[edit source]

Template:Portal template list