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| <tt>table-yes</tt> || {{tl|yes}}, {{tlp|yes|Alternate text}} || {{yes}} || {{yes|Alternate text}} ||
 
| <tt>table-yes</tt> || {{tl|yes}}, {{tlp|yes|Alternate text}} || {{yes}} || {{yes|Alternate text}} ||
 
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| <tt>table-no</tt> || {{tl|no}}, {{tl|BLACK}} || {{no}} || {{BLACK}} ||
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| <tt>table-no</tt> || {{tl|no}}, {{tlp|no|Alternate text}}, {{tl|BLACK}} || {{no}} || {{no|Alternate text}} || {{BLACK}}
 
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| <tt>table-unknown</tt> || {{tl|dunno}}, {{tl|unk}} || {{dunno}} || {{unk}} ||
 
| <tt>table-unknown</tt> || {{tl|dunno}}, {{tl|unk}} || {{dunno}} || {{unk}} ||

Revision as of 14:49, 13 April 2009

These templates 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 template parameters 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

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table-yes {{yes}}, {{yes|Alternate text}} Yes Alternate text
table-no {{no}}, {{no|Alternate text}}, {{BLACK}} No Alternate text N/A
table-unknown {{dunno}}, {{unk}}  ??? Unknown
table-na {{n/a}} N/A