OFF-SIDES -- Thank you Ellen for the introduction to a new word into my vocabulary - I am acquainted with "include", "exclude", "preclude", "conclude" and have had occasion to use them - "transclude" is a new one for me - and I have discovered why, it is computer science language - a field of knowledge I am not acquainted with
In computer science, transclusion is the inclusion of part or all of an electronic document into one or more other documents by hypertext reference. Transclusion is usually performed when the referencing document is displayed, and is normally automatic and transparent to the end user.
VerbEdit. transclude (third-person singular simple present transcludes, present participle transcluding, simple past and past participle transcluded)
Institute a programming step of substituting a template or other input for its rendered text, such as when parsing wikitext.