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Mal:TODO brukes for å lage en TODO-boks; e.g.

 {{TODO|Her trenger vi å fikse noe}}


TODO - Ventende oppgave for denne siden:
Her trenger vi å fikse noe
Rediger siden

Hvis du vil se sidene som har en todo-boks finnes disse på siden Special:Categories:Page with todo list.


Mal:note kan brukes for å lage en advarselsmerknad; e.g.

 {{note|Vær oppmerksom!! Noe kan gå galt. Hvis ikke noe har gått galt, vil det til slutt gå galt allikevel, for som Murphy sier: Kan noe gå galt, går det galt!}}


Vær oppmerksom!! Noe kan gå galt. Hvis ikke noe har gått galt, vil det til slutt gå galt allikevel, for som Murphy sier: Kan noe gå galt, går det galt!
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