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| #default = {{talk other|[[Category:Semi-protected talk pages]]|[[Category:Deep web indefinitely semi-protected pages|{{PAGENAME}}]]}}}}}}}}}|[[Category:Deep web pages with incorrect protection templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]}}</includeonly><noinclude>
 
{{Pp-semi-indef|demospace=main|demolevel=autoconfirmed|categories=no}}
 
{{Pp-semi-indef|demospace=main|demolevel=autoconfirmed|categories=no}}
{{pp-template|small=no<!--avoid hiding template-->}} [[Category:Deep web protected templates]]
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{{Documentation}}
 
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Revision as of 21:49, 13 February 2009

Template:Pp-meta

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Note: This template is not blank, see the top right corner of the protected page

Usage

This template is normally used for pages that are semi-protected for longer periods of time.

This template categorizes articles into Category:Deep web indefinitely semi-protected pages. For articles that are semi-protected, use Template:pp-vandalism.

This template will not be visible on pages that are not protected. Adding this template to an article does not protect it. Protection can only be applied by administrators, and can be requested at Deep web:Requests for page protection.

See also