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<span style="height: auto; {{#ifeq: bordered | {{{2}}} | border: thin inset black; |}} background: {{{color|#E6E6FA}}}">&nbsp;{{{1}}}&nbsp;</span><noinclude>{{documentation}}</noinclude>
<span style="display:inline-block; padding: 0.1em 0.3em; height: auto; {{#ifeq: yes | {{{bordered}}} | border: thin inset black; |}} background: {{{color|#E6E6FA}}}">{{{1}}}</span><noinclude>{{documentation}}</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 08:20, 14 March 2014

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[edit] Template documentation

Used for highlighting and/or boxing text. Can be used inside paragraphs.

1 Usage

{{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE}} makes TEXT GOES HERE

If the text contains an equals sign (=) then you will have to use this syntax: {{highlight|1=TEXT GOES HERE}}

1.1 Color

Default color is #E6E6FA. This can be overwritten with |color= like this:

  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|color=red}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|color=orange}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|color=#CADCFB}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|color=#f2e0ce}} makes TEXT GOES HERE

1.2 Border

To add a border add |bordered=yes like this:

  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|bordered=yes}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|bordered=yes|color=red}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|bordered=yes|color=orange}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|bordered=yes|color=#CADCFB}} makes TEXT GOES HERE
  • {{highlight|TEXT GOES HERE|bordered=yes|color=#f2e0ce}} makes TEXT GOES HERE