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This template, Protected, is for pages that are protected. The template is here to let new editors know that the page is protected and that they may not be able to edit it. To use the template, simply type {{Protected|level=lowest user group that can edit the page|levelm=lowest user group that can move the page}}.

Parameters

  • level - This should be filled in with the name of the lowest user group (user or sysop) that can edit the page.
  • levelm - This should be filled in with the name of the lowest user group (user or sysop) that can move the page.

This template is one of many templates to use the {{ns-switch}} namespace determiner, which determines the namespace of the page the template is posted on and implements it in the template. To override the ns-switch, set the "ns-override" parameter to "yes". This will disable the namespace determiner. Then, input a custom namespace (e.g., story, awesome article, FAOTW, mudkipz, etc.) in the parameter "namespace".


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This part explains the purpose of protection.

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Articles or other pages can sometimes be locked, or protected, by an administrator. This may be for various reasons. These include edit wars, spamming/vandalism by one or more users, or the page being very important. The padlock icons at the top right corner of a protected page show how the page is protected. If the padlock is over a piece of paper, that means the article is protected from edits. If there is a green curvy arrow behind the padlock, that means the article is protected from being moved (renamed). The Bureau of Fiction logo next to the padlock shows which user groups can edit the page. If the logo is blue, unregistered users (IP addresses) cannot edit the page. Registered users (with accounts) and sysops (administrators) can. If the logo is orange, unregistered users and registered users cannot edit the page. Sysops can.

If you want to edit the page you were viewing but can't, you can request someone to do it for you on the page's talk page (go back and click the "Discussion" tab in the upper right section). If you are unregistered and wish to edit a page, you should first create an account by going here and clicking "create an account".













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Articles or other pages can sometimes be locked, or protected, by an administrator. This may be for various reasons. These include move wars, spamming/vandalism by one or more users, or the page being very important. The padlock icons at the top right corner of a protected page show how the page is protected. If the padlock is over a piece of paper, that means the article is protected from edits. If there is a green curvy arrow behind the padlock, that means the article is protected from being moved (renamed). The Bureau of Fiction logo (with a green curvy arrow on it) next to the padlock shows which user groups can move the page. If the logo is blue, unregistered users (IP addresses) cannot move the page. Registered users (with accounts) and sysops (administrators) can. If the logo is orange, unregistered users and registered users cannot move the page. Sysops can.

If you want to move the page you were viewing but can't, you can request someone to do it for you on the page's talk page (go back and click the "Discussion" tab in the upper right section). If you are unregistered and wish to move a page, you should first create an account by going here and clicking "create an account".

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