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Usage

Default setting creates three linked letters at the top of the page, v, d, e. (view, discussion, and edit).

General

Copyable examples when inside a given template adds navbar navigational functionality:

{{navbar|{{subst:PAGENAME}}|mini=1}}
{{navbar|{{subst:PAGENAME}}|plain=1}}
{{navbar|{{subst:PAGENAME}}|mini=1|nodiv=1}}
{{navbar|{{subst:PAGENAME}}|plain=1|nodiv=1}}
{{navbar|{{subst:PAGENAME}}|fontstyle=color:green}}
The {{subst:PAGENAME}} will be substituted with the template's name when parsed by the servers.
{{navbar|navbar/doc}} gives:

Examples

Required parameters

  • {{navbar|Name of Template}} the template name is required.

Optional parameters

Options Parameters Produces...
Normal {{navbar|Template Name}}
No "This box:" text. {{navbar|Template Name|plain=1}}
Short version. {{navbar|Template Name|mini=1}}
Good for "blending" into text. {{navbar|Template Name|nodiv=1}} Lorem  This box: view  talk  edit  Ipsum
Blended, no "This box:" text. {{navbar|Template Name|plain=1|nodiv=1}} Lorem  view  talk  edit  Ipsum
Blended, short version. {{navbar|Template Name|mini=1|nodiv=1}} Lorem  v  d  e  Ipsum
For a color option. {{navbar|Template Name|fontstyle=color:green}}

Prepackaged

{{Tnavbar-header}}
Positions v • d • e on the right edge of the line, often used in non-collapsible navbox heading.
{{Tnavbar-navframe}}
For use in conjunction with Navframe divs, positions v • d • e opposite of the [hide]/[show] feature.
{{Tnavbar-collapsible}}
For use in conjunction with Collapsible tables,floats v • d • e opposite of the [hide]/[show] feature.



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