Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G


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This is a template used by primarily to simplify creating horizontal navboxes usually found at the bottom of pages.


|name       = {{subst:PAGENAME}}
|title      = 
|image      = 
|imageleft  = 
|above      = 
|state      = 
|listclass  = hlist

|group1     = 
|list1      = 

|group2     = 
|list2      = 
|group20    = 
|list20     = 

|below      = 

The only mandatory parameter is name and only if title is set.

Most commonly used parameters

Name of the template. This is needed to make the V•T•E links ("view", "talk" and "edit") work if title is set to something else than the name of the template using this template. Otherwise {{subst:PAGENAME}} can be used.
Title in the title bar
An optional image to use on the right side, in full wiki code, for example [[File:Thumbs up 32px.png|32px|link=|alt=]]
An optional image to use on the left side.
Text to appear between the title bar and the group/list section. Could for example be a list of wiki links.
Controls the starting state of the title bar. Can be either of:
This is the default and will cause the navbox to start collapsed if there are two or more collapsible tables on the same page.
The navbox will always start uncollapsed
The navbox will always start collapsed
The title will always be centered and the navbox will always be expanded with no [Hide] link
The navbox will always be expanded with no [Hide] link. The title will not be centered. For advanced use only.
If anything else than the above is used, the navbox will always start expanded and with the [Hide] link.
A cascading style sheet (CSS) class to use for the lists, usually hlist for horizontal lists.
Optional text to show below the group/list section.
Optional text to the left of the list(n) section. There can be up to 20 group/list sections.
Text with wikilinks in a wiki list format.

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