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Template:Prognav

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Usage

This template supports up to for parametres. These are

Par. Short Explanation Notes
1 book name name of the project mandatory
2 previous link page that comes before this page should exist
3 next link page that comes after this page should exist
4 sub index link name of a subindex optional
prog order of page search parametre 0 or 1 optional

Examples

The following call is for the Perl project page "Keywords" that is placed between the pages "Concept Index" and "Reference Cards"

 {{prognav|Perl|Concept Index|Reference Cards}}

As an example, the previous link is created as Perl_Programming/Concept_Index.

If you use this template for a sub-index page, you should do it like in this example for the page "Keywords" in "Perl programming", where the optional fourth parameter "Keywords" causes the links to the previous and next page to be placed appropriately inside the Keywords index.

 {{prognav|Perl|msgsnd|ne|Keywords}}

Now, the previous link is created as Perl_Programming/Keywords/msgsnd, the next link as Perl_Programming/Keywords/ne.

Another option is for the case that the project pages do not have the " Programming" at the end. This is the case in some projects like "JavaScript", where the page names are equal to this one word. In this case, the optional prog parametre with the value 0 for "page name does not end with programming", the order of search for an existing page is changed such that first, a page without this ending is searched for:

 {{prognav|JavaScript|Operators|Functions and Objects|prog=0}}

This results in

Previous: Operators Index Next: Functions and Objects

Without this parametre, the template would first search for the page JavaScript Programming, which exists and is a link to the JavaScript page. But the link does link only to this one page; other pages like JavaScript/Numbers do not exist also as JavaScript Programming/Numbers, which would result in non-existant links, as you can see below:

 {{prognav|JavaScript|Operators|Functions and Objects}}

results in

Previous: Operators Index Next: Functions and Objects

See also