উইকিপিডিয়া:পুনর্নির্দেশনা

উইকিপিডিয়া, মুক্ত বিশ্বকোষ থেকে


উইকিপিডিয়াতে পুনর্নির্দেশনা পাতাগুলি এই ভাবে শুরু হয়:

#REDIRECT[[নিবন্ধের নাম]]

যেখানে নিবন্ধের নাম বলতে লক্ষ্যস্থ নিবন্ধের বা পাতার নাম। পুনর্নির্দেশিত পাতাগুলি কোনো নিবন্ধ নয়, কিন্তু এই পাতাটি পাঠককে কোনো নির্দিষ্ট নিবন্ধে পাঠিয়ে দেয়,যা সাধারণভাবে একটি বিকল্প শিরোনাম হিসেবে কাজ করে।

উদাহরণ হিসাবে, যখন আপনি অনুসন্ধান বাক্সে "UK" টাইপ করবেন অথবা আপনি যদি UK নামে কোনো উইকিলিঙ্ক তৈরি করেন, তাহলে আপনি যুক্তরাজ্য (United Kingdom) নিবন্ধে গিয়ে উপস্থিত হবেন এবং আপনি পাতার শীর্ষে দেখবেন "(United Kingdom থেকে ঘুরে এসেছে)"। যে লেখাগুলো আপনি এই পাতায় দেখতে পাচ্ছেন তার এই UK পাতাটিতে লেখা হয়নি। পাতাটিতে শুধুমাত্র United Kingdom পাতায় যাওয়ার লিঙ্ক পুননির্দেশিত হয়েছে। এই ব্যাপারটি যাচাইয়ের জন্য এই লিঙ্কে যান। কিছু পুর্ননির্দেশনা ঐচ্ছিক, যা টেমপ্লেট পুর্ননির্দেশ-এর ক্ষেত্রে বিষয়শ্রেণী ব্যবহারের উদ্দেশ্যে কোডগুলোর পরে লেখা হয়।

কীভাবে পুর্ননির্দেশ করতে হয় (পুর্ননির্দেশ কমান্ড)[সম্পাদনা]

যে পাতাটি পুর্ননির্দেশ করবেন সেই পাতাটি খুলুন। এর পর পাতার উপরে, শুরুতে পুর্ননির্দেশ কমান্ড-এর পর যে পাতায় পুর্ননির্দেশ করবেন তার নাম লিখে দিন। অন্য কিছুই লেখার প্রয়োজন নেই। নিচে দেখুন:

#REDIRECT[[লক্ষ্যস্থিত নিবন্ধের নাম]]

উদাহরণস্বরূপ, ক্যামব্রিজ বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় পৃষ্ঠাটি (লক্ষ্যস্থিত পৃষ্ঠা) University of Cambridge পৃষ্ঠাটিতে (পুর্ননির্দেশিত পৃষ্ঠা) পুর্ননির্দেশ করতে, ক্যমব্রিজ বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের পৃষ্ঠাটি নিম্নলিখিতভাবে সম্পাদনা করুন এবং সংরক্ষণ করুন:

#REDIRECT[[University of Cambridge]]

আপনি পুর্ননির্দেশের কারণও সেই সাথে দিয়ে দিতে পারেন:

#REDIRECT[[University of Cambridge]]{{ইংরেজি নাম}}

সম্ভাব্য কারণগুলোর অসম্পূর্ণ তালিকা পেতে নিচে নিচে দেখুন।

বিশেষ দ্রষ্টব্য: {{R}} নামে অপর একটি টেমপ্লেট রয়েছে। তার সাথে গুলিয়ে ফেলবেন না।

Redirects to page sections[সম্পাদনা]

You can also redirect to page sections within an article. See Meta:Help:Redirect#A redirect to an anchor:

#REDIRECT [[University of Cambridge#History]]{{R from alternative name}}{{R to section}}

Consider that when the target page is displayed, it is likely that the top of the page will not be shown, so the user may not see the helpful "(redirected from... )" text unless they know to scroll back to the top. This is less likely to cause confusion if the redirect is to a heading with the same name as the redirect; see for example "Argument from contingency".

One option for documenting a redirect to a section heading is to leave a comment using <!-- ... ---> to remind others that the title is linked, so that if the title is altered, the redirect can be changed. For example:

 ==Evolutionary implications== <!-- This section is linked from redirect "[[Richard Dawkins]]" --> 

A redirect to a non-existent section – perhaps due to a misspelling or name change – will simply lead to the top of the target article.

A more resilient approach is to insert an {{Anchor}} inside the heading, copying the heading's current title as a parameter to the template; then, even if the heading is renamed, its original anchor is preserved and the existing anchor links will still work. {{Anchor}} can take multiple parameters to accommodate several names and variations. Documenting terms expected in the subsection without confusing the readers is encouraged. The above example becomes:

==Evolutionary implications {{Anchor|Evolutionary implications}}==

This method however has an unwanted side effect: the {{Anchor|parameters}} will appear in section edit summaries:

/* Some section title {{Anchor|parameters}} */ the user summary

The following markup avoids this side effect:

==Evolutionary implications==
{{Anchor|Evolutionary implications}}

or this real example, which does have a convenient nearby section title:

==Table of AWG wire sizes==
{{Anchor|Table of AWG wire sizes}} <!-- redirect target and direct link from other articles -->

{{Anchor|any text for an anchor link}} will also work in the body text of a long section where one might not want a section or sub-section title, such as above a table referenced by another article.

Undesirable redirects[সম্পাদনা]

Double redirects[সম্পাদনা]

A double redirect is a title that redirects to another redirect – avoid these, as they do not work. (To prevent endless looping, a redirect will not "pass through" more than one entry.)

Double redirects are usually created after a move, when old redirects are left unchanged and point toward an old name. If you move or rename a page, it is best to click on "What links here" to see if any redirects exist, and to change them to redirect straight to the new title.

Self-redirect[সম্পাদনা]

A self-redirect is a title that redirects straight to the page on which the link is found. This may occur if a redirect is created from a red link on the page, or if the title once was an article of its own but was merged. This is particularly common in a series of new inter-related topics moving together from the stub stage. Many editors despise red links, even temporarily in new topics. The team working the articles may well intend to expand such redirects to full articles, so the cyclical links are place holders; in such cases, checking the page histories should make it clear whether to make a corrective edit.

An exception is a redirect to a section within the article, especially in a long article that cannot be viewed all at once on an average-sized computer screen. Essentially comparable to a "see above" or "see below", this is accomplished by wikilinking [[#Heading]] (no article name, just the heading name prefixed by #).

Nonfunctional redirects[সম্পাদনা]

Redirects to other Wikimedia projects, other websites, or special pages do not work. These should be avoided or replaced with a soft redirect template.

Shortcuts within article space[সম্পাদনা]

While redirects to project pages or sections thereof for the purpose of creating a shortcut are accepted, the same is not usually desired for mainspace articles, though exceptions exist.

Redirects from well-recognized abbreviations and acronyms to an article's title are acceptable (for example, UCLA redirects to University of California, Los Angeles). When creating such a redirect, try to learn about other titles that might use that same abbreviation. It may be more appropriate for the abbreviation or acronym to serve as a disambiguation page, or else the template {{redirect|abbreviation}} shall be placed at the top of the page for which that abbreviation is most recognized, pointing to a disambiguation page for all other uses of the abbreviation.

Abusive redirects[সম্পাদনা]

Redirect vandalism[সম্পাদনা]
সংক্ষিপ্ত:

Vandals may abuse redirects. Usually, the vandals attempt to shock readers by redirecting them to pages with offensive content. They may also redirect random pages to other random pages to confuse readers.


Promotional redirects[সম্পাদনা]
সংক্ষিপ্ত:

Spammers may create redirects from lists of likely search terms to the article about their product, thus ensuring that the Wikipedia article appears at the top of web searches that use these terms.

Attack redirects[সম্পাদনা]
সংক্ষিপ্ত:

Others are meant to attack people or promote propaganda by creating false, negative, or abusive redirects to articles.

Creating new redirects[সম্পাদনা]

You can create a new page in order to make a redirect. Alternatively, if you are unable to create a new page (as an anonymous user, for example), you can make a request at Articles for Creation.

Only the redirect line will be displayed when you save the page.

To go back and edit your redirect after it is working, add ?redirect=no to the end of the URL for your redirect:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_University?redirect=no

If you wish to add a reason, select one of the tags from the Tag column below and add it on the same line as #REDIRECT [[Wherever]], enclosed in double braces. For example, on the redirect page University of cambridge,

#REDIRECT [[University of Cambridge]]{{R from other capitalisation}}

That will also add the redirect to the category listed in the Category column below.

Redirects take effect immediately after saving a page. You may need to clear your cache to see these changes.

Suppressing redirects [সম্পাদনা]

সংক্ষিপ্ত:

When a page is moved, a redirect is automatically left behind. Administrators have the ability to suppress the redirect, i.e., to prevent it being created, by unchecking the box labelled "Leave a redirect behind." This is useful to save time when performing moves for which a redirect is inappropriate, such as reverting page move vandalism.

However, in general, unless there is a good reason (such as vandalism or userfying recently created malplaced items) to suppress the redirect, it is best to leave it behind, as a useful entry in the history. This leaves a trail to help readers find the old article, in case a new article is created at its previous location.

Redirect or rename?[সম্পাদনা]

If there is an article named, say, University of Oxford, and you discover that the title "Oxford University", although a reasonable alternative designation and search term for the same university, is still a red link, you can create a page with that title as a new redirect page, redirecting to the page University of Oxford. An alternative is instead to rename the University of Oxford page to "Oxford University". This is also called a "page move"; see Help:Moving a page for more detail. The old page becomes a redirect to the new page.

The following table summarizes this schematically, using arrows to indicate who redirects to whom:

Old situation:   Oxford University   University of Oxford
New redirect:   Oxford University University of Oxford
Rename/move:   Oxford University University of Oxford

To choose between two such possibilities, the main consideration should be that the preferred title of an article is the most common name for the topic of the article as would normally be used in articles written in English. So we prefer "Italy" over "Italia", and "Pope" over "Pope of Rome". However, it is often better to have an article at a well-defined, unambiguous term, with redirects from looser colloquial terms, rather than vice versa. There are many declarations of independence, but there is only one United States Declaration of Independence. For more on this, see Wikipedia:Naming conventions.

Categories for redirect pages[সম্পাদনা]

See Wikipedia:Categorizing redirects for situations where categorizing a redirect might be helpful.

Redirects should not normally contain categories that would fit on the target page because it can result in duplicate listings of the same page within a category. Relevant categories should be moved to the main page where the redirect is pointing. In some cases, however, adding categories to a redirect page allows legitimate alternative titles or names to be found in category lists. Redirect pages within categories will appear in italics.

Navigating redirects[সম্পাদনা]

When a redirected page is linked to normally, the user is taken to a page that is neither the original page nor the page to which it is redirected. Instead, the user is taken to a page that has the content of the destination page with a clickable mention of the redirect at the top, and the URL of the original page. To go to the original page, one can click on the aforementioned link, or append the string &redirect=no to the end of the URL. To go to the actual article, rather than simply viewing the mirror version, click on the "article" or "project page" tab at the top of the page. For instance, clicking on the phrase "clickable mention" above will take you to the "embedded link" page, which is redirected to the "hyperlink" page. Towards the top of the page is the phrase "Redirected from Embedded link", with the words "Embedded link" in blue. Clicking on these words will take you to the actual Embedded link page. Directly above the article title "Hyperlink" at the top of the page is the word "article" in blue. Clicking on this word will take you to the actual Hyperlink page.

What do we use redirects for? [সম্পাদনা]

সংক্ষিপ্ত:
Compare the more complete template list in the guideline sub-page: Wikipedia:Template_messages/Redirect_pages and the notations in the corresponding category.

The templates in the following lists are used to classify redirect pages, depending on the reason for the redirect. Use as many of these templates to tag the redirect as are applicable. Some redirects will have both alternative spellings, alternative capitalisations, and perhaps be a redirection to a list article entry or section. In the final analysis, all these templates do is establish a categorization of the redirect page, and like articles, more than one category can – and frequently should – apply.

Spellings, misspellings, tenses and capitalisations[সম্পাদনা]

Reason Usage notes, and text that will be shown on
Previewing the page when applied.
Tag /
Category to find articles so tagged
Abbreviations টেমপ্লেট:R from abbreviation {{R from abbreviation}}

Category:Redirects from abbreviation

Shortcuts  

This is a redirect from a Wikipedia shortcut. Shortcuts are generally reserved for Wikipedia project pages, their discussion pages and categories.

For more information, follow the category link.


{{R from shortcut}}

Category:Redirects from shortcut

Misspellings  

This is a redirect from a misspelling or typographical error. The correct spelling is given by the target of the redirect.

Pages using this link should be updated to link directly to the redirect target, without using a piped link that hides the correct details.

For more information, see Category:Redirects from misspellings.



{{R from misspelling}}

Category:Redirects from misspellings

Other spellings, other punctuation  

This is a redirect from a title with a different spelling.

Pages using this link may be updated to link directly to the target page. It is not necessary to replace these redirected links with a piped link.

For more information, follow the link to Category:Redirects from alternative spellings or see this reference page.



{{R from alternative spelling}}

Category:Redirects from alternative spellings

Plurals টেমপ্লেট:R from plural

Note that [[greenhouse gas]]es shows up as greenhouse gases, so it is not usually necessary to redirect regular plurals. However third-party websites started adding automatic links to Wikipedia from their topics. Many of them follow the opposite naming convention, i.e., topics are named in plural, and the link to Wikipedia may land into an empty page, if there is no redirect.

{{R from plural}} or
{{R to singular}}

Category:Redirects from plurals

Related words  

This is a redirect from a related word.

Related words in an article are good candidates for Wiktionary links.

Redirects from related words are not properly redirects from alternative spellings of the same word but, at the same time, they are also different from redirects from a sub-topic, since the related word is unlikely to warrant a full sub-topic in the target page.

For more information, follow the category link.


{{R from related word}}

Category:Redirects from related words

Other capitalisations  

This is a redirect from a title with another method of capitalisation. It leads to the title in accordance with the Wikipedia naming conventions for capitalisation, and can help writing, searching, and international language issues.

Pages linking to any of these redirects may be updated to link directly to the target page. However, do not replace these redirected links with a piped link unless the page is updated for another reason.

For more information, see Category:Redirects from other capitalisations.


{{R from other capitalisation}}

Category:Redirects from other capitalisations

Sub-topics and small topics in broader contexts[সম্পাদনা]

This is a redirect from a title for a topic more detailed than what is currently provided on the target page, or section of that page, hence something which can and should be expanded. When the target page becomes too large, this redirect may be replaced with an article carved out of the target page. See also Template:R to section, and when appropriate, use both together. Conversely, if the topic is not susceptible to a major expansion, tag instead with Template:R to section, or Template:R to list entry, depending on how the topic should be handled. Do not replace these redirected linkswith a link directly to the target page. For more information, see the auto-category: Category:Redirects with possibilities.

Reason Usage notes, and text that will be shown on
Previewing the page when applied.
Tag /
Category to find articles so tagged
Too short for own article


List entry or Section
Category:Redirects to list entries

This is a redirect to a list in which the subject is an entry.

আরও তথ্যের জন্য দেখুন: Template:R to list entry

This template automatically categorizes pages to Category:Redirects to list entries.


When List is more section-like in organization, such as list of fictional characters in a fictional universe.

{{R to list entry}}



{{R to section}}
Sub-topics or closely related topics that should be explained within the text
{{R with possibilities}}
Category:Redirects with possibilities
People known solely in the context of one event A redirect from the person's name to the article on the event. For example:
People who are members of a group, organization, ensemble or team টেমপ্লেট:R from member {{R from member}}
Category:Redirects from members
To redirect to decade article টেমপ্লেট:R to decade {{R to decade}}

Category:Redirects to decade

বিকল্প নাম এবং ভাষা সমূহ[সম্পাদনা]

Reason Usage notes, and text that will be shown on
Previewing the page when applied.
Tag /
Category to find articles so tagged
Full names such as
Municipality, State
forms or
Village, City forms to briefer name form.
টেমপ্লেট:R from name and country

Other names with a comma separating (delimiting) another larger geopolitical entity, normally a state such as "Notodden, Norway" giving a search capability by the full name. (And somewhat uncluttering টেমপ্লেট:C.)
{{R from name and country}}

Category:Redirects from alternative but more complete names

Full names
persons, things, topics and such alternative forms of names redirected to briefer article page names.
টেমপ্লেট:R from full name
{{R from full name}}

Category:Redirects from full names

Other names,
Alternative names
general pseudonyms, nicknames, and synonyms that are not historic names or a full name as above.

 


This is a redirect from a title that is another name, a pseudonym, a nickname, or a synonym.

It leads to the title in accordance with the naming conventions for common names and can help writing. It is not necessary to replace these redirected links with a piped link.

For more information, see this reference page and the Category:Redirects from alternative names.

Do not use this template for incorrect names, instead use {{R from incorrect name}}.

{{R from alternative name}} or
{{R from other name}}

Category:Redirects from alternative names

Other names with Historic significance, where subsumed into a modern entity or region.  

This is a redirect from a title that is another name, a pseudonym, a nickname, or a synonym that has a significant historic past as a region, state, principate's holding, city, city-state or such, but which region has been subsumed into a modern era municipality, district or state, or otherwise experienced a name change.

It leads to the title in accordance with the naming conventions for common names and can help writing. However, do not replace these redirected links with a piped link unless the page is updated for another reason.

For more information, see Wikipedia:Redirect and the Category:Redirects from historic names under Category:Redirects from alternative names.



Note that in some cases, the entity can have articles under several names, each discussing the period of the entity's history when it had a particular name; see for example Byzantium, Istanbul and Constantinople. Depending upon the age and historic detail known about a principality, many of these might also be tagged with {{R with possibilities}}

{{R from historic name}}

টেমপ্লেট:Cat

Scientific names
(from such to briefer)
This is a redirect from the scientific name to the common name. {{R from scientific name}}

Category:Redirects from scientific names

Scientific names
(commonplace name to more formal, specific article name)
টেমপ্লেট:R to scientific name

This is a redirect from the common name to the scientific name.

{{R to scientific name}}

Category:Redirects to scientific names

Other languages  

This is a redirect from a name in one language to a name in another language.

It leads to the title in accordance with the naming conventions for titles in other languages and can help writing. However, do not replace these redirected links with a piped link unless the page is updated for another reason.

For more information, follow the category link.

{{R from alternative language}}

Category:Redirects from alternative languages

Non-ASCII Characters  

This is a redirect from a title in basic ASCII to the formal article title, with differences that are not diacritical marks (accents, umlauts, etc.)

Use this redirect link (without piping) when the page concerns language translation or English language equivalents. Other pages using this link should be updated to replace text with the redirect target (again, without piping).

For more information, follow the category link.


{{R from ASCII}}

Category:Redirects from titles with ASCII

Diacritical marks  

This is a redirect to the article title with diacritical marks (accents, umlauts, etc).

Use this redirect link (without piping) when the page concerns language translation or English language equivalents. Other pages using this link should be updated to replace text with the redirect target (again, without piping).

For more information, follow the category link.


{{R from title without diacritics}}

Category:Redirects from title without diacritics

Unambiguous surname টেমপ্লেট:R from surname {{R from surname}}

Category:Redirects from surnames

Miscellaneous and administrative redirects[সম্পাদনা]

Reason Usage notes, and text that will be shown on
Previewing the page when applied.
Tag /
Category to find articles so tagged
Facilitate disambiguation  

This is a redirect to a disambiguation page. This redirect is intended for use in links from other articles that need to refer to the disambiguation page, rather than be disambiguated. Therefore, this template generally should only appear on pages that have "(disambiguation)" in the title.

For more information, see the category page.


{{R to disambiguation page}}

Category:Redirects to disambiguation pages

To redirect from a shortcut  

This is a redirect from a Wikipedia shortcut. Shortcuts are generally reserved for Wikipedia project pages, their discussion pages and categories.

For more information, follow the category link.



{{R from shortcut}}

Category:Redirects from shortcut

Oldstyle CamelCase links  

This is a redirect from a CamelCase or subpage title. In the initial versions of Wikipedia, all links had to be CamelCase.

They are kept to keep edit history and to avoid breaking links that may have been made externally.

For more information, follow the category link.


{{R from CamelCase}}

Category:Redirects with old history

links auto-generated from EXIF information {{R from EXIF}}

Category:Redirects from EXIF information

From school stub to merge location টেমপ্লেট:R from school {{R from school}}

Category: Redirects from school articles

Avoiding broken links on merges[সম্পাদনা]

Redirects can be used to avoid breaking of links on article merges. We try to avoid broken links because they are annoying to our readers. Therefore, if you change the layout of some section of Wikipedia, or merge two duplicate articles, always leave redirects in the old location to point to the new location. Search engines and visitors will probably have linked to that page at that url. If the page is deleted, potential new visitors from search engines will be greeted with an edit window. The same is true for anyone who previously bookmarked that page, and so on.

Reason Text that will be shown on
Previewing the page when applied.
Tag /
Category to find articles so tagged
Merges টেমপ্লেট:R from merge {{R from merge}}

Category:Redirects from merges

Duplicated articles টেমপ্লেট:R from duplicated article {{R from duplicated article}}

Category:Redirects from duplicated articles

When should we delete a redirect?[সম্পাদনা]

সংক্ষিপ্তসমূহ:

To delete a redirect without replacing it with a new article, list it on redirects for discussion. See deletion policy for details on how to nominate pages for deletion.

Listing is not necessary if you just want to replace a redirect with an article, or change where it points: see these instructions for help doing this. If you want to swap a redirect and an article, but are not able to move the article to the location of the redirect please use Wikipedia:Requested moves to request help from an admin in doing that.

উইকিপিডিয়া:Redirect/DeletionReasons

What needs to be done on pages that are targets of redirects?[সম্পাদনা]

সংক্ষিপ্তসমূহ:

We follow the "principle of least astonishment"—after following a redirect, the reader's first question is likely to be: "hang on ... I wanted to read about this. Why has the link taken me to that?". Make it clear to the reader that they have arrived in the right place.

Normally, we try to make sure that all "inbound redirects" other than mis-spellings or other obvious close variants of the article title are mentioned in the first couple of paragraphs of the article or section to which the redirect goes. It will often be appropriate to bold the redirected term. For example:

  • James Tiptree, Jr. (August 24, 1915 – May 19, 1987) was the pen name of American science fiction author Alice Bradley Sheldon ...
  • Water (H2O, HOH) is the most abundant molecule ...

If there is an ambiguity associated with a redirect, one of the redirect disambiguation templates may be useful.

Do not cause a secondary redirect. They do not work like a primary redirect; same with tertiary redirects.

Self-links, duplicate links[সম্পাদনা]

Avoid self-links, including self-links through redirects ("loop links"). Also, avoid having two links that go to the same place. These can confuse readers, and cause them to unnecessarily load the same page twice.

Do not "fix" links to redirects that are not broken[সম্পাদনা]

সংক্ষিপ্তসমূহ:

There is nothing inherently wrong with linking to redirects. Some editors are tempted, upon finding a link to a redirect page, to remove the redirect and point the link directly at the target page. While there are a limited number of cases where this is beneficial, it is generally an unhelpful exercise, and it can actually be detrimental.

With a few limited exceptions, there are no good reasons to pipe links solely to avoid redirects. It is almost never helpful to replace [[redirect]] with [[target|redirect]].

It is likewise unhelpful to edit visible links for no other reason than to avoid redirects. That is, editors should not change, for instance, [[Franklin Roosevelt]] to [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]] just to "fix a redirect". This rule does not apply to cases where there are other reasons to make the change, such as linking to an unprintworthy redirect.

Reasons not to change redirects include:

  • Redirects can indicate possible future articles.
  • Introducing unnecessary invisible text makes the article more difficult to read in page source form.
  • Non-piped links make better use of the "what links here" tool, making it easier to track how articles are linked and helping with large-scale changes to links.

Furthermore, not only are Wikipedia editors asked not to worry about performance, changing redirects to direct links does not significantly improve performance anyway. See also Wikipedia:Tools/Navigation popups/About fixing redirects.

Exceptions:

  • It is preferable to change redirected links in navigational templates, such as those found at the bottom of many articles (e.g. {{US Presidents}} at the end of George Washington). In this case, when the template is placed on an article, and contains a direct link to that article (not a redirect), the direct link will display in bold (and not as a link), making it easier to navigate through a series of articles using the template.
  • It may be appropriate to make this kind of change if the hint that appears when a user hovers over the link is misleading.

Redirecting non-articles[সম্পাদনা]

Template redirects[সম্পাদনা]

A template T2 can be redirected to another template T1 by entering the following command at the top of T2:

#REDIRECT [[Template:T1]]

This creates an alias (T2 is an alias for T1). The alias name T2 can be used instead of the "real" template T1.

A categorisation template such as {{R from other template}} should also be added to T2 (below the #REDIRECT line) as follows:

{{R from other template|T1}}

Aliases for templates can cause confusion and make migrations of template calls more complicated. For example, assume calls to T1 are to be changed ("migrated") to some new template TN1. To catch all calls, articles must be searched for {{T1}} and all aliases of T1 (T2 in this case).

বিষয়শ্রেণী পুর্ননির্দেশনা[সম্পাদনা]

যদিও #REDIRECT [[:Category:অটোমোটিভ প্রযুক্তি]] লাইন যোগ করে একটি বিষয়শ্রেণী, অন্য একটিতে পুর্ননির্দেশ করা সম্ভব, কিন্তু মিডিয়াউইকি সফটওয়্যারের সীমাবদ্ধের কারণে সচারচর এটি করতে নিরুৎসাহিত করা হয়। এই পদ্ধতিতে বিষয়শ্রেণী পুর্ননির্দেশ করা হলে, তা টার্গেটেড বিষয়শ্রেণীতে পুর্ননির্দেশিত হবে ঠিকই, কিন্তু পূর্বের বিষয়শ্রেণীটি যেসকল নিবন্ধে ব্যবহৃত হয়ে গিয়েছে, সেখানকার নিবন্ধগুলো থেকে নতুন বিষয়শ্রেণীতে পুরোনোগুলো পুর্ননির্দেশিত হবে না। যতোক্ষণ না এই সমস্যাটি মিডিয়াউইকি সফটওয়্যার-এর ভবিষ্যৎ সংস্করণে ঠিক না হয়। তাই #REDIRECT অবশ্যই কোনো বিষয়শ্রেণী পাতায় ব্যবহার করা যাবে না।

"Soft" redirects for categories can be created using {{Category redirect}}. A bot traverses categories redirected in this manner moving articles out of the redirected category into the target category, see Template talk:Category redirect.

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