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Example:
 
Example:
* {<nowiki/>{IRC|archiveteam}<nowiki/>} results in {{IRC|archiveteam}}
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* <code>{<nowiki/>{IRC|archiveteam}<nowiki/>}</code> results in {{IRC|archiveteam}}
  
 
If the <code>{{!}}network=</code> parameter is specified (e.g. <code>hackint</code>), then the template will link to that network instead. You can also use the second unnamed parameter (or <code>{{!}}2=</code>).
 
If the <code>{{!}}network=</code> parameter is specified (e.g. <code>hackint</code>), then the template will link to that network instead. You can also use the second unnamed parameter (or <code>{{!}}2=</code>).

Revision as of 20:51, 13 November 2019

For an IRC channel name with a link to EFNet's web IRC interface (or another network's web interface, if available as an option). The sole parameter is the name of the channel (# sign must be omitted).

Example:

If the |network= parameter is specified (e.g. hackint), then the template will link to that network instead. You can also use the second unnamed parameter (or |2=).

Examples:

  • {{IRC|channelname|network=hackint}} results in #channelname (on hackint)
  • {{IRC|channelname|hackint}} results in #channelname (on hackint)

Currently supported networks are efnet (default) and hackint.