Template:Album Data

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This template is used on Battlestar Wiki article s pages that deal with CDs of music. It provides lower case parameters only.


{{Album Data
| image =
| alt= 
| title=
| series=
| albumno=
| composer=
| artist=
| label=
| tracks=
| runtime=
| discs=
| released=
| prev=
| next=
| amazon=
| amazon-uk=
| circuit city=
| itunes=

Required parameters

  • title: The title.
  • prev: Prev DVD. Please wikify.
  • next: Next DVD. Please wikify.

Optional parameters

  • image: Image of jpg. Just the filename.
  • alt: Alt. Text to show for the image.
  • series: Insert three letter code. Default is rdm.
    • tos, 1980, none, and mix.
  • albumno: Number in which this album falls in cronology
  • composer: Who is the composer of the CD. Can wikify.
  • artist: Who is the composer of the CD. Can wikify.
  • label: Who distributes the album. Can wikify.
  • tracks: How many tracks are on this particular CD.
  • runtime: Number of minutes that all the CD discs run. In HH:MM:SS format.
  • discs: Number of discs included in the set
  • released: In ISO 8601 YYYY-MM-DD format, e.g. 2006-02-17. Must not be wikilinked.
  • amazon: The unique Amazon.com number.
  • amazon-uk: The unique Amazon.co.uk number. (NOTE: This is usually different from the Amazon.com US number!)
  • circuit city: The unique Circuit City id (generated by ConnectCommerce).
  • itunes: The full iTunes link.