Transclusion - MediaWiki
Transclusion is generally the inclusion of the content of a document into another document by reference. In a Wikipedia context, it is the use of the template functionality of MediaWiki to include the same content in multiple documents without having to edit those documents separately.
Wikipedia:Transclusion - Wikipedia
Transclusion means the inclusion of the content of one document within another document by reference. In Wikipedia transclusion, the MediaWiki software will refer to the content of one page, the template, for inclusion into the content of any other page, the target page.
Extension:Labeled Section Transclusion - MediaWiki
The Labeled Section Transclusion extension allows selective transclusion of marked-off sections of text, parsing wikitext as normal. Its functionality is similar to an enhanced version of the
Wikipedia:Substitution - Wikipedia
This page in a nutshell: Substitution is the one-time, permanent copying of any content on Wikipedia.It differs from transclusion, which continually updates as the linked-to content changes.
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