Category:Form-of templates

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Customization[edit]

In an entry's definition line, a Form-of template states that the entry's word is a particular form of a lemma entry's word, such as its plural or even a misspelling.

Users can customize how these templates' text displays using their account- or browser-level preferences by either selecting the appropriate preference from Wiktionary:PREFS or by adding styles to Special:Mypage/monobook.css as described in Wiktionary:CUSTOM#“Form of” definitions. Here are examples of the latter method:

  • To see italicized qualifiers in “form-of” definitions such as:
    1. Form of word.
  • Add:
    .use-with-mention { font-style: italic; }
    .use-with-mention .mention { font-style: normal; }
  • To see italicized lemmas in “form-of” definitions such as:
    1. Form of word.
  • Add:
    .use-with-mention { font-style: normal; }
    .use-with-mention .mention { font-style: italic; }

See also[edit]

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

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Pages in category "Form-of templates"

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