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: A header for the optional "Trope Namer" section that may appear on some '''works pages''' (see the nearly identical {{tl|tropelist}}). This makes a gray box that clearly delineates a "trope namer" section from either description or trope examples listings, and allows use of all of the normal headers for subsections.
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: A header for the optional "Trope Namer" section that may appear on some '''works pages''' (see the nearly identical {{tl|tropelist}}). This makes a gray box that clearly delineates a "trope namer" section from either description or trope examples listings, and allows use of all of the normal headers for subsections. It also adds "Category:Trope Namers" to the page that the template is used on.
 
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: Place the template {{tl|tropenamer}} immediately above the listing of tropes named by or for a particular work. It will automatically include the name of the work in italics:
 
: Place the template {{tl|tropenamer}} immediately above the listing of tropes named by or for a particular work. It will automatically include the name of the work in italics:

Revision as of 15:33, 17 September 2020

Description
A header for the optional "Trope Namer" section that may appear on some works pages (see the nearly identical {{tropelist}}). This makes a gray box that clearly delineates a "trope namer" section from either description or trope examples listings, and allows use of all of the normal headers for subsections. It also adds "Category:Trope Namers" to the page that the template is used on.
Use
Place the template {{tropenamer}} immediately above the listing of tropes named by or for a particular work. It will automatically include the name of the work in italics:
Tropenamer/doc is the Trope Namer for:
Options
With an argument named page will alter the default work name. This is {{tropenamer|page=And Now for Something Completely Different}}:
And Now for Something Completely Different is the Trope Namer for:
To provide entirely alternate text, provide it as an unnamed argument to the template, like {{tropenamer|A long time ago, in a tropelist far far away...}}.
A long time ago, in a trope list far far away...