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Template:See also is a hatnote to point to other, related, titles. It is not to be used in a regular See also section at the bottom of an article.

{{See also}} is used for small sets of see also information at the beginning of article sections.


This template requires the ParserFunctions extension.


{{See also|Article 1|...|Article 15}}
  → for listing up to 15 article titles.
{{See also|Article 1#Section name|...|Article 15#Section name}}
  → for listing up to 15 article titles specifying specific section headings within articles.
  • Up to 15 parameters are permitted: only the first is mandatory.
  • It is permissible to mix in the 15 titles those that are title only with those that are title + section heading.
  • The list is dynamically generated so that the word "and" is always placed between the final two entries.
  • If more than 15 entries are supplied, a message will be displayed pointing out the problem.
  • You can use parameters l1 to l15 to specify alternative labels for the links.

Ambox important.svg Important:  Make sure to start label parameters with a lowercase el (l), not a one (1) or pipe (|). Adding newline characters will break article links.


Code Result
{{See also|Article}}
{{See also|Article|l1=Alternative title for Article}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2|Article 3}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2|l2=Alternative title for Article 2}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2#Section heading|Article 3}}
{{See also|Article|Article 2#Section heading|l2=Alternative title for Article 2#Section heading|Article 3}}

… and so on up to 15 parameters.

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