From cm2.liecourt.com

This is the "Managed" template. It should be called in the following format:

Minimum recommended parameters
|Version notes= 
|Short description=
|Name= <text>
|Feature= <page>
|Status= <Live (default if empty) / Deprecated / Testing>
|Uses managed items= <comma-separated pages>
|Hide= <optional: Yes> to not display managed info and only set properties
All possible parameters
|Name= Optional, name of managed item. Name property is set to pagename if name parameter is empty
|Version= Version number
|Version notes= Add version notes for each version. Begin each note on a new line (no bullets).
|Short description= Short description of the managed item
|Feature= Feature documentation page, you can add this through a form on your managed page
|Uses managed items=e.g. Template:...; Widget:...; Module:...;
|Status= Optional. Status property is set to 'Live' if this is empty. Status can be 'Testing'/'Live'/'Deprecated'. Only managed pages with status=Live should be shown in overviews (this might not be up to date everywhere yet)
|Hide= <Yes / ...> If set to Yes, managed info is not shown on the page, only properties are set. By default, info is already hidden in Main and MediaWiki namespaces. This setting is only necessary in rare cases, such as the header page, to prevent header managed info from being shown when you are on a template page. 

This template can also be used on pages in other namespaces than the "Template" namespace. In all cases the template sets the managed properties. Managed information is also shown on the page for most namespaces, except for the Main and MediaWiki namespaces.

Vardefines in this template:

  • @cols for managed
  • @initial managed tab
    • can have values Button, View or Form