Template:Infobox award

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Infobox award
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Infobox award may be used to summarize information about an award.

{{{subheader}}} or {{{current_awards}}}
Sponsored by{{{sponsor}}}
Location{{{location}}} or {{{venue}}} or {{{site}}}
Presented by{{{presenter}}}
Hosted by{{{host}}} or {{{hosts}}}
Formerly called{{{former name}}}
Preshow host(s){{{preshow_host}}}
First awarded{{{year}}}
Last awarded{{{year2}}}
{{{holder_label}}}{{{holder}}} or {{{winner}}} or {{{winners}}}
Most awards{{{most_awards}}} or {{{most_wins}}}
Most nominations{{{most_nominations}}}
Television/radio coverage
Network{{{network}}} or {{{network_list}}}
Viewership{{{viewership}}} or {{{ratings}}}
Produced by{{{producer}}}
Directed by{{{director}}}
Next (higher){{{higher}}}
Next (lower){{{lower}}}

Usage[change source]

The infobox may be added by pasting the template as shown below into an article. All fields are optional and unused parameter names can be left blank or omitted.

{{Infobox award
| name             = 
| subheader        = <!-- or | current_awards = -->
| image            = 
| image_size       = <!-- or | image_upright = -->
| alt              = 
| caption          = 
| description      = 
| sponsor          = 
| date             = <!-- {{start date|YYYY|MM|DD}} -->
| location         = <!-- or | venue = or | site = -->
| country          = 
| presenter        = 
| host             = <!-- or | hosts = -->
| former name      = 
| preshow_host     = 
| acts             = 
| reward           = 
| year             = 
| year2            = 
| holder_label     = 
| holder           = <!-- or | winner = or | winners = -->
| most_awards      = <!-- or | most_wins = -->
| most_nominations = 
| award1_type      = 
| award1_winner    = 
| award2_type      = 
| award2_winner    = 
| award3_type      = 
| award3_winner    = 
| award4_type      = 
| award4_winner    = 
| award5_type      = 
| award5_winner    = 
| website          = <!-- {{URL|example.com}} -->
| network          = <!-- or | network_list = -->
| runtime          = 
| viewership       = <!-- or | ratings = -->
| producer         = 
| director         = 
| image2           = 
| image2size       = <!-- or | image_upright2 -->
| alt2             = 
| caption2         = 
| precedence_label = 
| individual       = 
| higher           = 
| same             = 
| lower            = 
| related          = 
| previous         = 
| main             = 
| next             = 

Parameters[change source]

name of the award. Use the common name (typically the name of the article) if multiple names are used. If omitted or blank it defaults to the name of the article.
subheader or current_awards
if subheader is used, this field is bypassed, if it is not used, insert the article name of the list or page describing the upcoming, current, or just completed annual awards/ceremony, etc. for this year. Omit the wikilinks "[[]]"; formatting is automatic, and an image icon is included
image name (abc.jpg, xyz.png, 123.gif, etc.)
image_size or image_upright
image size or upright scaling factor; see WP:IMAGESIZE.
alt text for image, for visually impaired readers who cannot see it. See WP:ALT.
text for caption; rendered below image.
a very brief, one sentence description of what the prize is awarded for (e.g. "Excellence in film")
the person, group or organisation that monetarily sponsors the award
the date of the award ceremony. Use the {{Start date}} template.
location or venue or site
the venue where the award ceremony was held.
the country of the presenter or where the award is presented
the person, group or organisation that presents the award
host or hosts
the person(s) who hosted the award ceremony.
former name
name of the preshow_host.
wikified names of acts scheduled to perform.
what kind of reward does it get whether its prize money or medal. eg: nobel Prize $1.6 million
the year that it was first awarded
the year that it was last awarded
optional, changes label for next field
holder or winner or winners
current holder of the award (if applicable)
most_awards or most_wins
nominee or series who/which has won the most awards
nominee or series who/which has had the most nominations
award1_type through award5_type
label for the following field
award1_winner through award5_winner
the award's official website. Use {{URL}}.
network or network_list
the name of the television network which originally aired the award ceremony
viewership or ratings
ratings figures for the television airing
the approximate runtime of the television airing (should not include commercials) in minutes, eg. "44 minutes"
show's producer
show's director
image name for bottom image if used, i.e. (abc.jpg, xyz.png, 123.gif, etc.)
image2size or image_upright2
image size or upright scaling factor.
alt text for image2, for visually impaired readers who cannot see it. See WP:ALT.
text for caption2; rendered below image2.
for creating a chronology. Insert a link to the article of the previous edition of the award. Pipe the link to only show the year or edition number, eg. [[50th Grammy Awards|50th]]
for creating a chronology. Insert the link to the award's main article, eg. if this infobox was placed on 51st Grammy Awards, the main article would be Grammy Award.
for creating a chronology. Insert a link to the article of the next edition of the award. Pipe the link to only show the year or edition number, eg. [[52nd Grammy Awards|52nd]]

Microformat[change source]

The HTML mark-up produced by this template includes an hCalendar microformat that makes event details readily parsable by computer programs. This aids tasks such as the cataloguing of articles and maintenance of databases. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please visit the Microformat WikiProject on English Wikipedia.
Classes used

The HTML classes of this microformat include:

  • attendee
  • contact
  • description
  • dtend
  • dtstart
  • location
  • organiser
  • summary
  • url
  • vevent
Please do not rename or remove these classes
nor collapse nested elements which use them.

Tracking categories[change source]

See also[change source]