Template:EB1911 contributor table B/entry

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Usage[edit]

This template is used to create a table of contributors to the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica (example page here)

General format
{{EB1911 contributor table}}
{{EB1911 contributor table B/entry
 | initials     = initials of contributor as they appear at the foot of articles
 | name         = Name and qualifications of the contributor
 | description  = Description of the contributor
 | brace        = a brace template use ( e.g. {{brace2|2|l}}  ) (optional)
 | subject1     = Subject contributed (as displayed)
 | lnksubject1  = Article link, if different to displayed version (optional)
 | subsubject1  = Subsection of subject, if applicable (optional)
 | cosubject1   = yes -> (in part), if applicable (optional)
 | pncsubject1  = Punctuation after subject, if not semicolon (optional)
 | subject2     = Subject contributed (as displayed)
 | lnksubject2  = Article link, if different to displayed version (optional)
 | subsubject2  = Subsection of subject, if applicable (optional)
 | cosubject2   = yes -> (in part), if applicable (optional)
 | pncsubject2  = Punctuation after subject, if not semicolon (optional)
 ....
 | endperiod    = no -> suppress the period at the end (if the final article name already contains a period)
}}
{{EB1911 contributor table/entry
....
....
}}
{{!}}}


Example[edit]

{{EB1911 contributor table}}
{{EB1911 contributor table B/entry
 | initials     = A. B. C.
 | name         = Albert Brian Colchester D.Litt. M.A.
 | description  = Professor of Applied Nothingness, Cambridge University.
 | brace        = {{brace2|3|l}}
 | subject1     = Felicity Arkwright
 | subsubject1  = Life and Times
 | subject2     = Nullity
 | cosubject2   = yes
 | subject3     = Beer Gardens
}}
{{EB1911 contributor table B/entry
 | initials     = D. E.-F.
 | name         = David Edwards-Forsyth M.B.A.
 | brace        = {{brace2|2|l}}
 | subject1     = Fraud
 | subsubject1  = How to get away with it
 | subject2     = Edward I.
 | pncsubject2  = ,
 | subject3     = II.
 | lnksubject3  = Edward II.
 | pncsubject3  = ,
 | subject4     = III.
 | lnksubject4  = Edward III.
 | subject5     = Richard II.
 | endperiod    = no
}}
{{!}}}


A. B. C. Albert Brian Colchester D.Litt. M.A.
Professor of Applied Nothingness, Cambridge University.
Felicity Arkwright: Life and Times; Nullity (in part); Beer Gardens.
D. E.-F. David Edwards-Forsyth M.B.A.
Fraud: How to get away with it; Edward I., II., III.; Richard II.