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This template is designed to replace the classical list-item marker of an interlanguage link (square) by a gold star (Monobook-bullet-star.png) in order to indicate the article of this Wikipedia’s language edition was promoted to the Featured Article status (for more details about these articles and the criteria associated to their status, see Wikipedia:Featured articles in other languages).

Usage

To use this template, add {{Link FA|xx}}, where xx is the language code of the Wikipedia on which it has been featured. This template doesn't replace the classical interwiki, you have to use them both to get an interlanguage link with a gold star.

Example

Suppose Flimble is a featured article on the German Wikipedia. Then before the list of interlanguage links ([[de:Flimble]]), simply add {{Link FA|de}} in the wikitext. If you're using the monobook skin, the star will appear next to the de: link.

Mechanism

It works by creating an invisible span with id=interwiki-lang-fa where lang is a specific language code. Function LinkFA() in Mediawiki:Common.js recognizes this invisible span and adds a special FA class to the corresponding interwiki link. All interwiki links with FA class are given a special bullet Monobook-bullet-star.png with CSS rule in Mediawiki:Monobook.css.

The star is displayed only if the skin used is MonoBook (default).

From another language edition

Many other language editions also have their equivalent template. So after an article has become featured on the English Wikipedia, you can add a starred link in the other language projects by using these tags in the respective wikis:

Language Lang. code Wikitext
العربية ar {{Link FA|en}}
Azerbaijani az {{Link FA|en}}
Български bg {{Link FA|en}}
Brezhoneg br {{Liamm PuB|en}}
Bosnian bs {{Link FA|en}}
Catalan ca {{Enllaç AD|en}}
Czech cs {{Link FA|en}}
Danish da {{Link FA|en}}
Greek el {{Link FA|en}}
Spanish es {{Destacado|en}}
Esperanto eo {{LigoElstara|en}}
Basque eu {{NA lotura|en}}
فارسی fa {{Link FA|en}}
Finnish fi {{Link FA|en}}
French fr {{lien AdQ|en}}
German de {{Link FA|en}}
Hebrew he {{Link FA|en}}
Hungarian hu {{Link FA|en}}
Interlingua ia {{Link FA|en}}
Icelandic is {{Tengill ÚG|en}}
Italian it {{Link AdQ|en}}
Japanese ja {{Link FA|en}}
Georgian ka {{Link FA|en}}
Kazakh kk {{Link FA|en}}
Khmer km {{Link FA|km}}
Korean ko {{Link FA|en}}
Latin la {{Link FA|en}}
Latvian lv {{Link FA|en}}
Nahuatl nah {{Link FA|en}}
Dutch nl {{Link FA|en}}
Norwegian no {{Link UA|en}}
Ossetian os {{Link FA|en}}
Polish pl {{Link FA|en}}
Portuguese pt {{Link FA|en}}
Romanian ro {{Legătură AF|en}}
Russian ru {{Link FA|en}}
Serbian sr {{Link FA|en}}
Simple English sr {{Link FA|en}}
Slovenian sl {{Link FA|en}}
Swedish sv {{UA|en}}
Tamil ta {{Link FA|en}}
Thai th {{Link FA|en}}
Tagalog tl {{Link FA|en}}
Turkish tr {{Link FA|en}}
Venetian vec {{Link FA|en}}
Vietnamese vi {{Liên kết chọn lọc|en}}
Volapük vo {{Yüm YG|en}}
Yiddish yi {{Link FA|en}}
Yoruba yo {{Link FA|en}}
Chinese zh {{Link FA|en}}

Acknowledgements

This cute trick was shamelessly stolen from the French Wikipedia; it is also used on the Italian wikipedia.