Help:Infobox

  • example of an infobox

    an infobox is a fixed-format table usually added to the top right-hand corner of articles to consistently present a summary of some unifying aspect that the articles share and sometimes to improve navigation to other interrelated articles. many infoboxes also emit structured metadata which is sourced by dbpedia and other third party re-users. the generalized infobox feature grew out of the original taxoboxes (taxonomy infoboxes) that editors developed to visually express the scientific classification of organisms.

    the use of infoboxes is neither required nor prohibited for any article. whether to include an infobox, which infobox to include, and which parts of the infobox to use, is determined through discussion and consensus among the editors at each individual article.

  • what infoboxes do
  • what should an infobox contain?
  • what should an infobox not contain?
  • adding an infobox to an article
  • adding an image to an infobox
  • designing an infobox
  • deleting an infobox
  • infoboxes and user style
  • see also

Example of an infobox

An infobox is a fixed-format table usually added to the top right-hand corner of articles to consistently present a summary of some unifying aspect that the articles share and sometimes to improve navigation to other interrelated articles. Many infoboxes also emit structured metadata which is sourced by DBpedia and other third party re-users. The generalized infobox feature grew out of the original taxoboxes (taxonomy infoboxes) that editors developed to visually express the scientific classification of organisms.

The use of infoboxes is neither required nor prohibited for any article. Whether to include an infobox, which infobox to include, and which parts of the infobox to use, is determined through discussion and consensus among the editors at each individual article.