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<includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|y}}</includeonly>
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<!-- Note: The part below is only for documentation, edit the first line above to change the behaviour of articles -->
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== Description ==
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This template is used to manually define if the official API is down. It will cascade along build pages defaulting tooltip-icons to simple icons.
 
<includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|}}</includeonly>
 
<includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|}}</includeonly>
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== Usage ==
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Whenever the API is down, edit this page and set the variable to true like so:
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<includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|y}}</includeonly>
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When it gets back online unset it like so:
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<pre><includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|}}</includeonly></pre>
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Pages require a rebuild to show the effects of changes in this template. This happens automatically after some time or whenever the content of a page is changed. <br/>
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To speed up that process, a page can also be refreshed without introducing changes by using the '''"Refresh"''' button in the '''"Actions"''' context menu (top right of every article) or manually resumbitting the article without changes, also called a ''nulledit''.
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<includeonly>{{#vardefine:is_official_api_down|y}}</includeonly>

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