Template:BDFutbol/doc

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Template:BDFutbol displays an external link to an association football (soccer) player's profile at BDFutbol.com.

Usage[change source]

Unnamed parameters
{{BDFutbol | ID }}
{{BDFutbol | ID | NAME }}
Named parameters
{{BDFutbol | id= ID }}
{{BDFutbol | id= ID | name= NAME }}
{{BDFutbol | id= ID | name= NAME | accessdate= ACCESS DATE }}
Using Wikidata property P3655
{{BDFutbol}}
{{BDFutbol | name= NAME }}

Examples[change source]

Unnamed parameters[change source]

URL
http://www.bdfutbol.com/en/j/j1753.html
Usage
{{BDFutbol | 1753 | Lionel Messi }}
Output
Lionel Messi at BDFutbol

Named parameters[change source]

URL
http://www.bdfutbol.com/en/j/j1213.html
Usage
{{BDFutbol | id= 1213 | name= Javier Saviola | accessdate= 8 August 2020 }}
Output
Javier Saviola at BDFutbol. Retrieved 8 August 2020.

No parameters and Wikidata property not defined[change source]

Usage
{{BDFutbol}}
Output
{{BDFutbol}} template missing ID and not present in Wikidata.

TemplateData[change source]

This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools; see the monthly parameter usage report for this template.

TemplateData for BDFutbol

This template displays an external link to an association football (soccer) player's profile at BDFutbol.com.

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
idid 1

The "id" parameter (or unnamed parameter "1") should contain the ID portion of the URL. Example: 1753 is the ID portion of http://www.bdfutbol.com/en/j/j1753.html. This parameter is optional if Wikidata property P3655 exists, but required if not.

Default
Wikidata property P3655
Numberoptional
namename 2

The "name" parameter (or unnamed parameter "2") may be used to specify the link text, which should be the name of the player. This parameter is optional; it defaults to the Wikipedia article name, without any disambiguation such as "(footballer)" or "(soccer)".

Default
{{PAGENAMEBASE}}
Stringoptional
accessdateaccessdate

The "accessdate" parameter may be used to specify the date when the player's page was last accessed. It allows the template to be used as a reference, rather than as an external link. This parameter is optional.

Dateoptional

Tracking categories[change source]

"id" parameter exists
"id" parameter does not exist

See also[change source]