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The templates in this series are designed to be used in a table to make a cell with text in that cell, with an appropriately colored background. They are commonly used in comparison tables.

For example, {{yes}} makes a cell with a green background. The text in the cell is taken from the first parameter; {{yes|Sure}} would output "Sure" otherwise it defaults to "Yes". Most templates allow authors to override the default text in this way, some require text put after the template call and some also need a vertical bar in between: {{table cell template}} text or {{table cell template}} | text. This information, the colors and default texts are found in the table below.

If you want to use other attributes for the table cells, e.g. colspan or rowspan, they need to be put before the template call and there must be no vertical bar | in between them:

Yes No N/A
Yes/No
...
!{{Yes}} ||{{No}} ||rowspan=2 {{n/a}}
|-
|colspan=2 {{Yes-No}}
...

Templates in this series

Table cell templates
Class[1] Template Preview Preview, alternative
table-rh {{rh}} | Row header Row header
{{rh2}}[2] | Row header Row header
table-yes {{yes}}, {{yes|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Yes Alternative text
table-no {{no}}, {{no|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} No Alternative text
{{coming soon}} Coming soon
table-siteactive {{Site active}} Active
table-siteinactive {{Site inactive}} Inactive
table-yes2 {{yes2}}[3] Text Text
{{won}}, {{won|5}} Won 5
{{won|place=1}} or =Gold Won
{{won|place=2}} or =Silver Won
{{won|place=3}} or =Bronze Won
{{won|text=white|color=blue}} or =#1122CC Won
{{good}}, {{good|A}} Good A
table-no2 {{no2}}[3] Text Text
{{nom}}, {{nom|5}} Nominated 5
{{bad}}, {{bad|F}} Bad F
{{sho}} Shortlisted
table-partial {{partial}} Partial
{{yes-No}} Yes/No
{{okay}}, {{okay|C}} Neutral C
{{some}} Some
table-any {{any}} any
table-na {{n/a}} N/A
{{BLACK}} N/A
table-unknown {{dunno}}  ?
{{Unknown}} Unknown
table-depends {{Depends}}, {{Depends|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Depends Alternative text
table-included {{Included}} Included
table-dropped {{dropped}} Dropped
{{terminated}} Terminated
table-beta {{beta}} Beta
{{table-experimental}}, {{table-experimental|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Experimental Alternative text
table-free {{free}}, {{free|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Free Alternative text
table-nonfree {{nonfree}}, {{nonfree|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Non-freeAlternative text
table-proprietary {{proprietary}}, {{proprietary|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Proprietary Alternate text
table-needs {{needs}}, {{needs|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Needs Alternative text
no class {{incorrect}}, {{incorrect|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Incorrect Alternative text
no class {{no result}}, {{no result|N.R.}} No result N.R.
no class {{pending}} Pending
table-nightly {{nightly}}, {{nightly|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Nightly buildAlternative text
table-release-candidate {{release-candidate}}, {{release-candidate|Alternative [[Plain text|text]]}} Release candidateAlternative text
no class {{?}}[4] ?
no class {{unofficial}} Unofficial

Code

Common code to most if not all the templates in this series:

These templates are designed to be used in a table to make a cell with text in that cell, with an appropriately coloured background. They are commonly used in comparison tables.

For example, <code>{{yes}} makes a cell with a green background; the text in the cell is taken from the template parameter and defaults to "Yes".

If you find a table cell template that does not take a parameter and you want to be able to change the text in the cell, do not duplicate the template; instead, edit the template and change the text to a default parameter substitution. For example, if a template's text is Dropped, change that to {{{1|Dropped}}}.

Templates in this series

CSS class[1] Templates Preview 1 Preview 2 Preview 3
table-rh {{rh}}[2] | Row header Row header
table-yes {{yes}}, {{yes|Alternate [[text]]}} Yes Alternate text
table-no {{no}} No
table-yes2 {{yes2}}[3] Text, {{won}}, {{won|5}} Text Won 5
table-no2 {{no2}}[3] Text, {{nom}}, {{nom|5}} Text Nominated 5
table-partial {{partial}}, {{Yes-No}}, {{some}} Partial Yes/No Some
table-any {{any}} any
table-na {{n/a}} N/A
table-unknown {{dunno}}, {{unk}}  ? Unknown
table-depends {{depends}} Depends
table-included {{included}} Included
table-dropped {{dropped}}, {{terminated}} Dropped Terminated
table-beta {{beta}}, {{table-experimental}} Beta Experimental
unstyled {{incorrect}} Incorrect
unstyled {{No result}}, {{No result|N.R.}} No result N.R.
unstyled {{?}}[4] ?

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 The HTML class of table cell templates may be referenced in a user stylesheet to change appearance.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call, separated by a pipe (|) character.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Does not take a parameter; not really a table cell template at all, but here for completeness

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Code specific to this template:

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To make a new table cell template you can use:

<!-- EDIT TEMPLATE DOCUMENTATION BELOW THIS LINE -->
These templates are designed to be used in a [[Help:Table|table]] to make a cell with text in that cell, with an appropriately coloured background.  They are commonly used in [[:Category:Comparisons|comparison tables]].
 
For example, <code>{{tl|yes}}</code> makes a cell with a green background; the text in the cell is taken from the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Template#parameter template parameter] and defaults to "Yes".
 
If you find a table cell template that does not take a parameter and you want to be able to change the text in the cell, '''do not''' duplicate the template; instead, edit the template and change the text to a default parameter substitution.  For example, if a template's text is <code>Dropped</code>, change that to <code><nowiki>{{{1|Dropped}}}</nowiki></code>.
 
===Templates in this series===
:{| class="wikitable" |
! width=15% | CSS class<ref name="table-cell-templates-table-css">The CSS class of table cell templates may be referenced in a [[m:help:User style|user stylesheet]] to change appearance.</ref> !! Templates !! Preview 1 !! Preview 2 !! Preview 3
|-
| <tt>table-rh</tt> || {{tl|rh}}<ref name="table-cell-templates-table-after+pipe">Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call, separated by a pipe (|) character.</ref> | Row header || {{rh}} | Row header || ||
|-
| <tt>table-yes</tt> || {{tl|yes}}, {{tlp|yes|<nowiki>Alternate [[text]]</nowiki>}} || {{yes}} || {{yes|Alternate [[text]]}} ||
|-
| <tt>table-no</tt> || {{tl|no}} || {{no}} || ||
|-
| <tt>table-yes2</tt> || {{tl|yes2}}<ref name="table-cell-templates-table-after"/> Text, {{tl|won}}, {{tlp|won|5}} || {{yes2}} Text || {{won}} || {{won|5}}
|-
| <tt>table-no2</tt> || {{tl|no2}}<ref name="table-cell-templates-table-after">Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call.</ref> Text, {{tl|nom}}, {{tlp|nom|5}} || {{no2}} Text ||{{nom}} || {{nom|5}}
|-
| <tt>table-partial</tt> || {{tl|partial}}, {{tl|Yes-No}}, {{tl|some}} || {{partial}} || {{Yes-No}} || {{some}}
|-
| <tt>table-any</tt> || {{tl|any}} || {{any}} || ||
|-
| <tt>table-na</tt> || {{tl|n/a}} || {{n/a}} || ||
|-
| <tt>table-unknown</tt> || {{tl|dunno}}, {{tl|unk}} || {{dunno}} || {{unk}} ||
|-
| <tt>table-depends</tt> || {{tl|depends}} || {{depends}} || ||
|-
| <tt>table-included</tt> || {{tl|included}} || {{included}} || ||
|-
| <tt>table-dropped</tt> || {{tl|dropped}}, {{tl|terminated}} || {{dropped}} || {{terminated}} ||
|-
| <tt>table-beta</tt> || {{tl|beta}}, {{t1|table-experimental}} || {{beta}} || {{table-experimental}} ||
|-
| ''unstyled'' || {{tl|incorrect}} || {{incorrect}} || ||
|-
| ''unstyled'' || {{tl|No result}}, {{tlp|No result|N.R.}} || {{No result}} || {{No result|N.R.}} ||
|-
| ''unstyled'' || {{tl|?}}<ref name="table-cell-templates-table-noparam">Does not take a parameter; not really a table cell template at all, but here for completeness</ref> || {{?}} || ||
|}
 
===Notes===
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[[Category:Table cell templates]]

You should leave out the align parameter and often the class parameter is unnecessary, too.

Add the new template to the table in the common documentation afterwards. Please consider reusing one of the other templates and please choose the color sensibly.

If you find a table cell template that does not take a parameter and you want to be able to change the text in the cell, do not duplicate the template! Instead, edit the template and change the text to a default parameter substitution. For example, if a template's text is Dropped, change that to {{{1|Dropped}}}.

See also

Notes

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