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{{Forum post|In that case, you do it like this: <nowiki>[[wikipedia:en:sambuk|sambuk]]</nowiki> which should make a link like [[wikipedia:en:sambuk|sambuk]].|&mdash;[[User:Moviesign|Moviesign]] ([[User talk:Moviesign|talk]]) 16:20, January 11, 2016 (UTC)}}

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I've searched on here but came up empty. Can anyone tell me how to link in a FR wiki article to a page on Wikipedia? Thanks for any help.
Artemaz (talk) 14:21, January 11, 2016 (UTC)


There are 3 different templates that do different things. {{Wikipedia}}, {{Wikipedia article}}, and {{Wikipedia external link}}. I've been using the last one in the "External Links" section of the appendix. Just add an argument that is the title of the Wikipedia article like {{Wikipedia external link|Orc}}
Moviesign (talk) 15:49, January 11, 2016 (UTC)


Hmm, what I'm trying to do for my Almari bint-Kafira article is link to wikipedia to their article on sambuks, which are a type of ship ... but I want the link to appear like regular FR Wiki links in article so it would read sambuks.
Artemaz (talk) 16:01, January 11, 2016 (UTC)


In that case, you do it like this: [[wikipedia:en:sambuk|sambuk]] which should make a link like sambuk.
Moviesign (talk) 16:20, January 11, 2016 (UTC)
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