Template:Numbers

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Usage[edit]

This template is used when the text retains extraneous page numbers which [p. 192] do not belong in the main text body. If the work is scan-based, these should be added to the header/footer of the Page: pages of the scan. If there is no scan, they should be removed completely or commented out <!-- like this -->

{{Numbers}}

Left-over page numbers often accompany other OCR errors, in this case you can use {{OCR-errors}}.

Categorisation[edit]

This templates categorises pages to Category:Texts with page numbers.

See also[edit]

  • {{incomplete}} marks a work as incomplete. It generally means that some parts of the work are not available on Wikisource in any form, either as text content or page scans. If possible, use a more specific template like those below.
  • {{OCR-errors}} when the work contains OCR errors and/or page breaks and does not have a page scan.
  • {{Transcluded OCR errors}} when the work contains OCR errors from a transcluded page scan.
  • {{Split}} when the work needs to be split up into sections or chapters.
  • {{Split-multiple}} when a page such as a collection of snippets needs to be split into various different works.
  • {{Numbers}} when the work contains page breaks from the original work, but not other OCR errors.
  • {{Refs}} when the work has references in the text which should be converted to the Wiki ref format
  • {{Standardise}} when the work is complete, but doesn't conform with the style guidelines
  • {{Clean up djvu}} when the work has OCR errors, or hasn't been proofread, and does have a page scan
  • {{Migrate to djvu}} when the work is ostensibly complete, but needs to be migrated to an existing page scan
  • {{Translation}} for rating the progress of a Wikisource translation.