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If the page title you are linking to is that of the page you are editing, the result is not a hyperlink at all but simply bold text (for example, on this page the markup <code><nowiki>[[</nowiki>{{guanlong huang}}]]</code> gives the result [[{{guanlong huang}}]]). If you're trying to create a wikilink to the current page, you probably want to link to a specific ''section'' or to an ''anchor'' within the page; see the examples below.
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[[User:Jace838|Jace838]] ([[User talk:Jace838|talk]]) 08:41, 4 July 2021 (CEST)

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The Creative Commons Zero License is the most permissive Creative Commons license because it effectively releases a work into the public domain.

A work released in this way grants all the four freedoms listed in the definition of free cultural works:

Fd sq icon use.svg The freedom to use and perform the work: The licensee must be allowed to make any use, private or public, of the work. For kinds of works where it is relevant, this freedom should include all derived uses ("related rights") such as performing or interpreting the work. There must be no exception regarding, for example, political or religious considerations.
Fd sq icon study.svg The freedom to study the work and apply the information: The licensee must be allowed to examine the work and to use the knowledge gained from the work in any way. The license may not, for example, restrict "reverse engineering".
Fd sq icon copy.svg The freedom to redistribute copies: Copies may be sold, swapped or given away for free, as part of a larger work, a collection, or independently. There must be no limit on the amount of information that can be copied. There must also not be any limit on who can copy the information or on where the information can be copied.
Fd sq icon add.svg The freedom to distribute derivative works: In order to give everyone the ability to improve upon a work, the license must not limit the freedom to distribute a modified version (or, for physical works, a work somehow derived from the original), regardless of the intent and purpose of such modifications. However, some restrictions may be applied to protect these essential freedoms or the attribution of authors.

Additonally, a work released in this way will have:

Fd sq icon pd.svg

No Restrictions

Additional conditions are not guaranteed to be in place.

If the page title you are linking to is that of the page you are editing, the result is not a hyperlink at all but simply bold text (for example, on this page the markup [[Template:Guanlong huang]] gives the result [[Template:Guanlong huang]]). If you're trying to create a wikilink to the current page, you probably want to link to a specific section or to an anchor within the page; see the examples below. Jace838 (talk) 08:41, 4 July 2021 (CEST)