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{{Info literature
|author = Who wrote it
|genre = The genre the tale would be under
|printer = (if applicable, delete if no)
|accessibility = Who has access to this information. (See [[Literature]] for more info)
|}}
==Using "Literature"==
Putting the Litrature box on your page (see left) is super simple. Just type in the following:
<pre style="width: 50%">
{{Info literature
|author = Who wrote it
|genre = The genre the tale would be under
|printer = (if applicable, delete if no)
|accessibility = Who has access to this information.
|}}
</pre>
*The name of the tale will appear at the very top, where it says "Info literature." For reference, it takes the name of the article. If the article is named after the tale, it will display as their name.
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| data2     = {{{author|}}}


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| data3       = {{{genre|}}}
| data3     = {{{genre|}}}


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| label4      = Printer
| data4       = {{{printer|}}}
| data4     = {{{printer|}}}


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Latest revision as of 22:25, 13 February 2022


Info literature
Noimg.png
Literature
Author Who wrote it
Genre The genre the tale would be under
Printer (if applicable, delete if no)
Accessibility Who has access to this information. (See Literature for more info)

Using "Literature"

Putting the Litrature box on your page (see left) is super simple. Just type in the following:

{{Info literature
|author = Who wrote it
|genre = The genre the tale would be under
|printer = (if applicable, delete if no)
|accessibility = Who has access to this information.
|}}
  • The name of the tale will appear at the very top, where it says "Info literature." For reference, it takes the name of the article. If the article is named after the tale, it will display as their name.