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{{Infobox snooker player
| name          = 
| image         = 
| caption       = 
| birth_date    = {{Birth date and age|YYYY|MM|DD|df=yes}}
| birth_place   = 
| death_date    = <!-- {{Death date and age|YYYY|MM|DD|YYYY|MM|DD|df=yes}} -->
| death_place   = 
| Sport country = 
| Nickname      = 
| Professional  = 
| High ranking  = 
| Prize money   = 
| High break    = 
| Century break =
| Best finish   = 
| Ranking wins  = 
| Major wins    = 
| Minor wins    =
| Other wins    = 
| World champ   = 
| website       = {{URL|www.example.com}}

Usage[вироиши манбаъ]

  • All information in the infobox should also be in the article prose, in some (usually more not less detailed) form, and should be sourced there. Please do not put reference citations in the infobox nor add information to the infobox before adding it the main article text. Infoboxes are convenient summaries of important stats from articles; they are not mini-articles unto themselves and should not be treated as such.
  • Images must be specified in a format like |image=ImageName.ext – leaving out the [[...]] bracketing markup causes a table layout error in Internet Explorer. The caption is handled as a separate template parameter, |caption=, not a [[File:...]] parameter.
  • The official rankings for the current season are available here. Do not use provisional rankings in the infobox, although they can be included (if noted as provisional) in the main text of the article. Wait until the official rankings are released for the next season (or when the season has just finished, use the rankings from here as they are usually correct, and the official rankings take a long time before they are released) before editing the data in the infobox; also wait until the parameter name is changed to reflect the current season and the article for the next seasons rankings is made. Make sure all articles that contain this infobox are updated; this should be done in one long editing session when the infobox parameter is updated, to ensure that none of them are left out. This will probably be co-ordinated from WikiProject Snooker.
  • Fill in what tournaments a player has won in the actual article, in a separate section from the rest, rather than in the infobox. Only list the number of events that player has won, in the infobox's |Ranking wins= and |Other wins= parameters, apart from the |World champ= parameter, where you can list the years. Please don't add amateur, pro-am, team and non-snooker titles to the |Other wins= parameter.
  • If a player has won all their tournaments before the 1973/1974 season (1976/1977 is when the first snooker world rankings were published), list them under |Major wins=, like in the John Pulman, Fred Davis and Walter Donaldson articles.
  • The |Minor wins= should be used for minor-ranking tournaments.
  • If a player has won some tournaments before and after the 1973/1974 season, list them according to List of snooker tournaments.
  • The |High break= parameter is for the highest break, which the player achieved during his professional career. Breaks for amateur players could be added to, but if they turn professional, than professional break should be used (even it's lower than the amateur).
  • The |Century break= parameter is for the number of century breaks the player has achieved during his professional career. This parameter shouldn't be used for amateur players.
  • The |Current rank= parameter was deprecated in favour of the {{Infobox snooker player/rankings}} subtemplate.
  • The |Best finish= parameter, is for listing the best performance of players who have not won a ranking tournament yet, and should list the tournament that the player has progressed furthest in. (Or if the player has reached this stage more than three, than just a number. This achievements should be mentioned in the prose.)
  • The |Sport country= parameter is used here to reflect the sporting nationality of players as competitors. These generally match those of FIFA. It is not the player's legal citizenship (which will often be the same but need not be). In snooker, as in association football, rugby, etc., players usually represent sovereign nation-states, but may represent non-sovereign sub-national entities, such as the constituent countries of the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) for sporting purposes. It is not just Wikipedia that does this, as can be seen at the official International Billiards and Snooker Federation website here. The BBC have also adopted this usage as can be seen here. The Wikipedia usage reflects the real-life usage within the sport. This is a snooker player infobox, not a general biography box and its purpose is to express information about the player in relation to their sport. Finally, this parameter should not be used at all for snooker personages not notable as pro or top-flight amateur players, but for another role such as referee, announcer, etc.
  • Flag templates: Please use flags properly, per Wikipedia:Manual of Style (icons):
  • Flag templates are only used for the |Sport country= parameter in the infobox (and should be used there, with the excepetion of Northern Ireland, for which see below). Format: |Sport country={{flag|CountryName}} or |Sport country={{CountryCode}}
  • Flag templates are never used for birth/death places (per Wikipedia:Manual of Style (icons)), as this improperly implies citizenship/nationality that simply may not apply (many people are born, and even die, abroad).
  • Emphatically do not use the Ulster banner, {{flag|Northern Ireland}} or {{NIR}}:  Northern Ireland for "Sport country" in snooker player infoboxes. This flag does not officially or civically represent N.I. any longer and hasn't in years. Meanwhile (much more seriously) use of the flag to indicate someone's nationality, in any sense, is a major point of view problem in a Wikipedia article. The flag is a major Unionist political rallying symbol; using it in infoboxes will, for many readers, imply a political position not a nationality, much less a sporting nationality. Technically, the proper infobox usage for people from N.I. would be |Sport country={{Flagicon|United Kingdom}} [[Northern Ireland]]. Irish Nationalists are equally offended by this, however, making that, too, a PoV-pushing issue. Just don't use a flag for Northern Irish snooker player infoboxes. Therefore simply use |Sport country=Northern Ireland.
  • The Ulster Banner is appropriate for use in sports statistics tables, such as tournament results, because the flag, curiously, does have official status in various sport federations as the flag of N.I. for sporting purposes, and it carries no political connotations when used in this context. So, for example, Alex Higgins should have no flag in his infobox, but in ranking tournament results would have the Ulster Banner.
  • Url: use {{Url}}.

Microformat[вироиши манбаъ]

The HTML markup produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the person's details parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia or via a browser tool operated by a reader, to (for example) add the subject to an address book or database. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

Sub-templates[вироиши манбаъ]

Date-of-birth ("bday") information will only be included in the microformat if {{birth date}}, or {{birth date and age}} are used in the infobox. (Do not use these if the date is before 1583). Be cautious about using these if the person is still living, per WP:DOB.

To include a URL, use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.

Classes[вироиши манбаъ]

hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • agent
  • bday
  • birthplace
  • category
  • country-name
  • deathdate
  • deathplace
  • extended-address
  • family-name
  • fn (required)
  • given-name
  • honorific-prefix
  • honorific-suffix
  • label
  • locality
  • n
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • role
  • url
  • vcard

Please do not rename or remove these classes nor collapse nested elements which use them.