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This template is used to tag pages for speedy deletion under the speedy deletion criteria, specifically CSD A9. There is a separate template for each criterion – see the table to the right.
This template places the page into the category: Candidates for speedy deletion.
The template should be placed at the top of the page to be deleted.
- This is the most basic form of the template.
- Bot accounts will specify the
|bot=parameter to notify the reviewing admin that the page was tagged by an automated process.
- Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy deletion
- Wikipedia:Deletion policy
- Wikipedia:Deletion process
- Wikipedia:Deletion review
- Wikipedia:Template messages/User talk namespace for vandalism warning templates on a vandal's talk page.