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}}<noinclude>Please use this template only for the English language version, and make a copy if you wish to use it for another language. Please be careful when editing and use preview, as this template appears on a number of pages.
 
}}<noinclude>Please use this template only for the English language version, and make a copy if you wish to use it for another language. Please be careful when editing and use preview, as this template appears on a number of pages.
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To add this to a page, use <nowiki>{{Template:Raspberry Pi}}</nowiki>
  
 
As the RaspberryPi category is included below, every article using this links table template should be forced to become a member of the category, but feel free to add the category tag to the article anyway as it does no harm.
 
As the RaspberryPi category is included below, every article using this links table template should be forced to become a member of the category, but feel free to add the category tag to the article anyway as it does no harm.

Revision as of 18:59, 3 February 2012

Please use this template only for the English language version, and make a copy if you wish to use it for another language. Please be careful when editing and use preview, as this template appears on a number of pages.

To add this to a page, use {{Template:Raspberry Pi}}

As the RaspberryPi category is included below, every article using this links table template should be forced to become a member of the category, but feel free to add the category tag to the article anyway as it does no harm.

If you're wondering how this template is possible - it uses the Navbar, Navbox and Transclude templates from wikipedia under Creative Commons Sharealike licence, with CSS info added manually as eLinux doesn't allow editing of the master CSS.