| This template may meet Festipedia's criteria for speedy deletion as a copyright infringement. This criterion applies only in unequivocal cases, where there is no free-content material on the page worth saving and no later edits requiring attribution.
If this template does not meet the criteria for speedy deletion, or you intend to fix it, please remove this notice, but do not remove this notice from pages that you have created yourself. If you created this page and you disagree with the given reason for deletion, you can click the button below and leave a message explaining why you believe it should not be deleted. You can also visit the talk page to check if you have received a response to your message.
Note that once tagged with this notice, this template may be deleted at any time if it unquestionably meets the speedy deletion criteria, or if an explanation posted to the talk page is found to be insufficient.
Note to administrators: If declining the request due to not meeting the criteria please consider whether there are still copyright problems with the page.
Administrators: check links, history (last), and logs before deletion. Consider checking Google: web.
This page was last edited by Peter Harrison at 17:20 UTC (6 years ago)
This template is used to tag pages for speedy deletion under the speedy deletion criteria.
This template places the page into the categories: Candidates for speedy deletion, and Candidates for speedy deletion as copyright violations.
The template should be placed at the top of the page to be deleted.
- Where sourceurl is the full URL of the page from which the content was taken.
- With 2 or 3 source URLs.
- Bot accounts will specify the
|bot=parameter to notify the reviewing admin that the page was tagged by an automated process.
- Where 123456789 is an old revision ID.
Author notification[edit source]
If you nominate a page for deletion under this criterion, please consider placing the following code:
...on the User talk page of the main contributor(s) to the page, replacing PageName with the name of the page being marked for deletion, and URL with the URL from which the material was plagiarised. This will display the following user warning template: