MeritBadgeDotOrg:Scout-related Templates

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The {{[[Template:WikiProject Scout Templates|WikiProject Scout Templates]]}} Template may be used on the Talk Pages of articles in this WikiProject.
 
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== Categorization ==
== Categorization ==

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Contents

The purpose of this Workpage is to standardize the appearance and use of Templates within articles concerning Advancement and Awards.

To Do

See the Talk Page for To Do items.

Project Templates

Infoboxes
  • Award templates
  • Position Templates
Navigational templates
  • Advancement templates
  • Award-related navigation
  • Other
Article message box templates

Categorization

Articles from this project are commonly categorized automatically through the use of the templates into one or more of the following categories:

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