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This is just to see if subpage linking to somewhere on the same page without the whole Special:mylanguage/pagename in front the '#' character translates well. This should link to near the bottom of this page: The End.
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Indentation in Input and Output templates
No indentation Indented one tab = 4 spaces Indented two tabs Indented three tabs Indented four tabs Back at level 2 At level 4 No indentation
There is also a need to check how much we can control lists, such as
Filling some space
Now lets see if we can get back! The Beginning.