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The language family template is for use in articles about language families and groupings. It provides a common standard for displaying data about the family, and for navigating to larger or smaller groups.

Usage[uredi kodo]

{{Infopolje Jezikovna družina
| name        = <!--name of language family #REQUIRED-->
| altname     = <!--alternative name(s) of the language family-->
| acceptance  = <!--acceptance status of the languages as a valid genetic group-->
| ethnicity   = <!--people(s) who speak the languages as a group-->
| region      = <!--geographic region in which its languages are mainly spoken-->
| extinct     = <!--date family went extinct-->
| speakers    = <!--population, for families treated as languages in censuses etc.-->
| date        = <!--date of population estimate-->
| ref         = <!--ref for extinction date or population estimate-->
| familycolor = <!--appropriate language family #REQUIRED-->
| fam1        = <!--the broadest possible widely accepted [[language family]] of which this language family is a part-->
| fam2        = <!--a more specific sub-family of which this family is a part-->
| ...
| fam15       = <!--most specific sub-group of which this family is a part-->
| family      = <!--whatever you want to say-->
| ancestor    = <!--oldest attested ancestral form-->
| ancestor2   = <!--(to ancestor5) more recent attested ancestors of the family-->
| protoname   = <!--proto-language, if one has been reconstructed-->
| child1      = <!--a language or group of languages belonging to this family-->
| child2      = <!--another language or group of languages belonging to this family-->
| ...
| child20     = <!--another language or group of languages belonging to this family-->
| children    = <!--whatever you want to say-->
| listclass   = <!--class for the list of children: plainlist (default), hlist (horizontal) or flatlist (bulleted)-->
| map         = <!--a map of the region where it is spoken. Format must be "name of map.extension" (without 'file/image' or the square brackets)-->
| mapalt      = <!--caption for the blind-->
| mapcaption  = <!--printed caption underneath the map. See "Template:legend" as a helpful tool.-->
| map2        = <!--a second map (or any image)-->
| mapalt2     = <!--caption for the blind-->
| mapcaption2 = <!--caption underneath second map-->
| mapsize     = <!--overrides the default map size, which is currently 350px. Format must include units ("123px" or "12em"). Affects both maps.-->
| boxsize     = <!--overrides default width of infobox, currently set at 22em. Format must include units ("12em" or "123px"). 
                Useful when an article has various infoboxes aligned in a column. (Box will automatically expand to fix map wider than default box width.)-->
| iso2, iso3  = <!--ISO 639-2 or -3 language code (such as for 'macrolanguages')-->
| iso5        = <!--ISO 639-5 language family code-->
| iso6        = <!--ISO 639-6 code-->
| lingua      = <!--the Linguasphere code for the family-->
| glotto(2–5) = <!--the Glottolog code(s) for the family.  Set glotto to "none" if Glottolog does not list the family because it is undemonstrated (branches can still be listed under glotto2–5); set to "NA" if Glottolog does not cover more than one language or branch and so has not evaluated the family.-->
| glottoname(2–5) = <!--the names to be used in the Glottolog reference (can be cross-ref'd as name=Glottolog etc.)-->
| ELP         = <!--the [[Endangered Languages Project]] URL-->
| ELPname     = <!--the ELP name (when a close family is treated as a language)-->
| module      = <!--used for embedding other infoboxes into this one-->
| notes       = <!--A space for notes, e.g., "† indicates a dead language", or any "* [something here]" footnote-->

Background colors by family[uredi kodo]

Tracking categories[uredi kodo]

See also[uredi kodo]