• Wikipedia:Userboxes (redirect from Userbox)
    A userbox (commonly abbreviated as UBX) is a small colored box (see examples to the right) designed to appear only on a Wikipedian's user page as a communicative...
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  • Userbox migration involves moving controversial (such as "Template:User Christian") or unencyclopedic (such as "Template:User eats bagels") userbox templates...
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  • WP:UBG WP:UBXG WP:UBX/G The following is a topical guide to galleries of userbox templates. You can use the search box at the right to search for available...
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  • Discussion revived on Wikipedia:Userboxes/Userbox location straw poll 2. Please note: This is a non-binding straw poll of opinion.You are not voting on...
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  • Documentation See Wikipedia:Talk page stalker. Use {{WP:TPS/userbox}} to add this to your userpage. If you're the stalkee rather than stalker, add |stalkee=yes:...
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  • place {{Wikipedia:WikiProject California/Userbox/ie}} on your user page, this template will display the userbox shown above and will add your user page...
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  • place {{Wikipedia:WikiProject California/Userbox/socal}} on your user page, this template will display the userbox shown above and will add your user page...
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  • List of userbox nominations at miscellany for deletion is an information page that lists past userbox MfD nominations. Unlike most MfD listed items, the...
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  • The Simple solution involves leaving userbox templates (such as "Template:User Christian") right where they are. That's it! See also Occam's razor and...
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  • Documentation[view] [edit] [history] [purge] This Userbox has two optional parameters: style c = blue/grey color scheme m = monochrome color scheme type...
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