Template:Infobox Scottish island

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Infobox Scottish island
Location
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OS grid reference: {{{GridReference}}}
Coordinates: {{{coordinates}}}
Names
Gaelic name: {{{celtic name}}}


Area and Summit
Area: {{{area}}}
Highest elevation: {{{highest elevation}}}
Population
Population (2001): {{{Population}}}


Groupings
Island Group: {{{island group}}}
Local Authority: {{{local authority}}}
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References: {{{references}}}
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Coordinates[change | edit source]

Use {{coord}} with display=inline,title.

Microformat[change | edit source]

The HTML mark up produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the place-name and location parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue article across Wikipedia, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. Within the hCard is a Geo microformat, which additionally makes the coordinates (latitude & longitude) parsable, so that they can be, say, looked up on a map, or downloaded to a GPS unit. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

Sub-templates[change | edit source]

If the place or venue has an "established", "founded", "opened" or similar date, use {{Start date}} (unless the date is before 1583 CE).

If it has a URL, use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.

Classes[change | edit source]

hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • agent
  • category
  • county-name
  • extended-address
  • fn
  • label
  • locality
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • region
  • street-address
  • url
  • vcard

Geo is produced by calling {{coord}}, and uses HTML classes:

  • geo
  • latitude
  • longitude

Please do not rename or remove these classes; nor collapse nested elements which use them.

Precision[change | edit source]

When giving coordinates, please don't be overly precise.