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This page lists tracking categories which are automatically populated by the MediaWiki software. Their names can be changed by altering the relevant system messages in the MediaWiki namespace.
|Tracking category||Message name||Category inclusion criteria|
|Indexed pages||index-category||The page has a |
on it (and is in a namespace where that flag is allowed), and hence is indexed by robots where it normally wouldn't be.
|Noindexed pages||noindex-category||The page is not indexed by robots because it has the magic word |
on it and is in a namespace where that flag is allowed.
|Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls||duplicate-args-category||The page contains template calls that use duplicates of arguments, such as |
|Pages with too many expensive parser function calls||expensive-parserfunction-category||The page uses too many expensive parser functions (like |
#ifexist). See Manual:$wgExpensiveParserFunctionLimit.
|Pages containing omitted template arguments||post-expand-template-argument-category||The page is bigger than |
$wgMaxArticleSizeafter expanding a template argument (something in triple braces, like
|Pages where template include size is exceeded||post-expand-template-inclusion-category||The page size is bigger than |
$wgMaxArticleSizeafter expanding all the templates, so some templates were not expanded.
|Hidden categories||hidden-category-category||The category contains |
in its page content, which prevents it from showing up in the category links box on pages by default.
|Pages with broken file links||broken-file-category||The page contains a broken file link (a link to embed a file when the file does not exist).|
|Pages where node count is exceeded||node-count-exceeded-category||The page exceeds the maximum node count.|
|Pages where expansion depth is exceeded||expansion-depth-exceeded-category||The page exceeds the maximum expansion depth.|