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This guide presents the typical '''[[Page layout|layout]]''' of Wikipedia articles, which includes the sections an article usually has, ordering of sections, and formatting styles for various elements of an article. For advice on the use of wiki [[Markup language|markup]], see [[Help:Editing]]; and for guidance on writing style, see [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style|Manual of Style]]. The original template can be found here ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Layout )
This article is one of several 'Example' templates that can be used to kickstart your new pages and to provide consistency to the look, feel, and structure of data on the wiki.
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==Order of article elements==
A [[Wikipedia:Stub#Creating and improving a stub article|simple article]] should have at least a lead section and references. As editors add complexity where required, the elements (such as sections and templates) that are used typically appear in the following order, although they would not {{em|all}} appear in the same article at the same time:
# Before the lead section
## [[Wikipedia:Hatnote|Hatnotes]]
## Deletion/Protection tags ([[Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion|CSD]], [[Wikipedia:Proposed deletion|PROD]], [[Wikipedia:Articles for deletion|AFD]], [[:Category:Protection templates|PP]] notices)
## [[Wikipedia:Maintenance tags|Maintenance]] / [[Wikipedia:Template messages/Disputes|dispute]] tags
## [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Infoboxes|Infoboxes]]
## [[:Category:Foreign character warning boxes|Foreign character warning boxes]]
## [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Layout#Images|Images]]
## [[Wikipedia:SIDEBAR|Navigational boxes (header navboxes)]]
# Body
## [[Wikipedia:Lead section|Lead section]] (also called the introduction)
## [[Help:Section#Table of contents .28TOC.29|Table of contents]]
## [[#Body sections|Content]]
# [[#Standard appendices and footers|Appendices]]<ref name="sequence">This sequence has been in place since at least [[Special:PermanentLink/2166480|December 2003]] (when "See also" was called "Related topics"). See, for example, [[Wikipedia:Perennial proposals#Changes to standard appendices|Wikipedia:Perennial proposals § Changes to standard appendices]]. The original rationale for this ordering is that, with the exception of "Works", sections which contain material outside Wikipedia (including "Further reading" and "External links") should come after sections that contain Wikipedia material (including "See also") to help keep the distinction clear. The sections containing notes and references often contain both kinds of material and, consequently, appear after the "See also" section (if any) and before the "Further reading" section (if any). Whatever the validity of the original rationale, there is now the additional factor that readers have come to expect the appendices to appear in this order.</ref>
## [[#works|Works or publications]] (for biographies only)
## [[#"See also" section|See also]]
## [[#Notes and references|Notes and references]] (this can be two sections in some citation systems)
## [[#Further reading|Further reading]]
## [[#External links|External links]]<ref>There are several reasons why this section should appear as the last appendix section. So many articles have the "External links" section at the end that many people expect that. Some "External links" and "References" (or "Footnotes", etc.) sections are quite long, and when the name of the section is not visible on the screen, it could cause problems if someone meant to delete an external link, and deleted a reference citation instead. Keeping the "External links" last is also helpful to editors who patrol external links.</ref>
# [[#Standard appendices and footers|Bottom matter]]
## [[Wikipedia:Succession boxes|Succession boxes]] and geography boxes
## Other [[#Navigation templates|navigation templates]] (footer navboxes)<ref>[[Wikipedia talk:Layout/Archive 5#What is the rationale of putting navboxes at the very bottom?|Rationale for placing navboxes at the end of the article.]]</ref> (navbars above {{tl|Portal bar}})
## [[Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Dates and numbers#Geographical coordinates|Geographical coordinates]] (if not in Infobox) or {{tl|coord missing}}
## [[Wikipedia:Authority control|Authority control]] templates (taxonbar above Authority control)
## {{tl|Featured list}}, {{tl|Featured article}} and {{tl|Good article}} (where appropriate for article status)
## [[Help:Category#Default sort key|Defaultsort]]
## [[Wikipedia:Categorization|Categories]]<ref>While categories are entered on the editing page ahead of stub templates, they appear on the visual page in a separate box after the stub templates. One of the reasons this happens is that every stub template generates a stub category, and those stub categories appear after the "main" categories. Another is that certain bots and scripts are set up to expect the categories, stubs and [[Help:Interlanguage links|interlanguage links]] to appear in that order, and will reposition them if they don't. Therefore, any manual attempt to change the order is futile unless the bots and scripts are also altered.</ref>
## [[Wikipedia:Stub templates|Stub template]]
{{Writing guides|state=expanded}}
{{Style wide}}
{{Wikipedia policies and guidelines}}
[[Category:Wikipedia how-to]]
[[Category:Wikipedia Manual of Style (layout)| ]]
[[Category:Wikipedia naming conventions]]

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