Template:R from ambiguous term

When used with the "Redirect category shell" (Rcat shell) template:

Template {{Redirect category shell}} may be used to add one or more rcat templates, along with their parameters and categories, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation page below.

When used by itself:

  • From an ambiguous term: This is a redirect from an ambiguous page name to a page or list that disambiguates it. These redirects are pointed to by links that should always be disambiguated. Therefore, this template should never appear on a page that has "(disambiguation)" in its title – in that case use {{R to disambiguation page}} instead.
Template documentation

Usage

Use this rcat template in any namespace.
  • Add this rcat to a redirect in the following manner:
#REDIRECT 

{{Rcat shell|
{{R from ambiguous term}}
}}
and when the redirect is in article mainspace, printworthiness should also be tagged:
#REDIRECT 

{{Rcat shell|
{{R from ambiguous term}}
{{R unprintworthy}}
}}
Template {{Rcat shell}} is an alias for the Redirect category shell template, which may be used to add as many appropriate rcats as needed, usually from one to seven, along with their parameters, to a redirect. For more information see the documentation on its template page. This rcat may also tag a redirect individually:
#REDIRECT 

{{R from ambiguous term}}
This is in accord with instructions found at Wikipedia:REDCAT.
  • Use this rcat on any redirect from an ambiguous term to a disambiguation page. These redirects are pointed to by links that should always be disambiguated. Therefore, this template should never appear on any page that has "(disambiguation)" in its title. For those redirects use {{R to disambiguation page}} instead.
  • By default, this template tags redirects as unprintworthy. To tag and categorize a redirect as printworthy, use the bar key ( ¦ ) on your keyboard to type the addition ¦... ...read more
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