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[[Category:Table formatting templates]]
 
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Latest revision as of 02:45, 16 May 2021


Documentation

Templates {{top}}, {{middle}} and {{bottom}} allow a user to easily create a multi-column table. The shorter aliases {{top}}, {{mdl}} and {{btm}} may also be used.

Usage

for 2 columns

{{top}}
<text of left column>
{{middle}}
<text of right column>
{{bottom}}


It's equivalent to using the wiki code:

{|border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" width=100%
|valign="baseline"|
<text of left column>
|valign="baseline" width=50%|
<text of right column>
|}


for 3 or more columns

{{top}}
<text of left column>
{{middle|3}}
<text of center column>
{{middle|3}}
<text of right column>
{{bottom}}

{{top}}
<text of left column>
{{middle|4}}
<text of center-left column>
{{middle|4}}
<text of center-right column>
{{middle|4}}
<text of right column>
{{bottom}}

and so on...

Optional parameters

Use the optional parameters |border= and |width= inside {{top}} to define different values from their default ones ( |border=0px and |width=100%, respectively)

{{top|border= |width= }}