Disambiguation in Wikipedia is the process of resolving the conflicts that occur when articles about two or more different topics could have the same "natural" page title. This
category Category, plural categories, may refer to: Philosophy and general uses *Categorization, categories in cognitive science, information science and generally *Category of being *Categories (Aristotle), ''Categories'' (Aristotle) *Category (Kant) * ...
contains ''disambiguation pages'': non-article pages containing links to other Wikipedia articles and disambiguation pages. Disambiguation pages are added to :Disambiguation pages by placing the template on the page itself. Other templates are available that place articles in more specific disambiguation subcategories. A page may also be assessed as "disambiguation-class" by various WikiProjects by including ", class=Disambig" in a WikiProject template on the talk page of the disambiguation page. This places the talk page in a subcategory of :Disambig-Class articles.


* Do not add articles to these sub-categories or create additional sub-categories until you read Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Disambiguation pages, Manual of Style (disambiguation pages)—most of the sub-categories do not comply with the MOS and will be removed. * Links to disambiguation pages other than from the top of articles are usually mistakes. Find and fix them at Wikipedia:Disambiguation pages with links, disambiguation pages with links. Lists of disambiguation pages: * Wikipedia:Links to disambiguating pages, Links to disambiguating pages * Wikipedia:Links to (disambiguation) pages, Links to (disambiguation) pages * Wikipedia:Multiple-place names, Multiple-place names Disambiguation pages can include links to wiktionary:, Wiktionary, using . {{CollapsibleLargeCategoryTOC Wikipedia disambiguation, Pages See also: :Former disambiguation pages