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- Does anyone know how to stop a title from thinking that a page is a subpage when a slash ("/") is used in a title? For example, on Slizer/Throwbot, the text "<Slizer" appears underneath the title in the way that happens with subpages, and just looks a bit untidy. I've had a look around and haven't found anything, so any ideas would be great. Thanks, NightblazeSaber 02:40, January 17, 2010 (UTC)
- Don't think there is, but i have an idea which may not work....
[[Test/test]] (nowiki doesnt work)
[[Test<nowiki>/<nowiki>test]]to no avail, as the link wouldnt work. Kingcjc 11:10, January 17, 2010 (UTC)
- (Reviving) If you take a look at wikipedia:GNU/Linux_naming_controversy, you'll see that the page isn't treated as a subpage of GNU. I couldn't find any template or anything stopping this from a subpage, but that this template was somehow transcluded onto the page. So basically, does anyone have any idea how this template works? I had a look, but couldn't find a way to set it for certain pages or anything. NightblazeSaber 01:20, March 20, 2011 (UTC)
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