Template:Sidebar

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For the previous Template:Sidebar,
use
<div class="infobox" style="width:20em;">......</div>.
That was its code.

This template is intended as a metatemplate for sidebar templates (vertically-aligned navigation (navbox) templates usually positioned on the righthand sides of pages) in the same spirit as {{Infobox}} for infobox templates and {{Navbox}} for navbox templates.

Currently, two preformatted versions of {{Sidebar}}Template:Ndash {{Sidebar with dividers}} and {{Sidebar with heading backgrounds}}Template:Ndash and one variant, {{Sidebar with collapsible lists}}, are also offered. The two preformatted versions provide layouts used by the majority of sidebars in Wikipedia, while {{Sidebar with collapsible lists}} adds collapsibility to a Sidebar's sections, i.e. the means to show or hide sections by clicking links beside their headings.

Pro forma[edit]

Parameters with infrequent use omitted.

{{Sidebar
|name         = 
|outertitle   = 
|topimage     = 
|pretitle     = 
|title        = 
|image        = 
|headingstyle = 
|contentstyle = 

|heading1 = 
|content1 = 

|heading2 = 
|content2 = 

|heading3 = 
|content3 = 

<!--etc.-->

|heading35 = 
|content35 = 

|below = 
}}

Parameters[edit]

No parameters are required unless {{navbar}} links ("v·d·e") are to appear at the bottom of the sidebar, in which case the parameter name is needed (see entry in the table immediately below).

Principal[edit]

Parameter Explanation
name The sidebar's name, i.e. the name following "Template:" in the page's name. Required for the {{navbar}} links at the bottom of the sidebar to function correctly, unless these are omitted (see navbar at the bottom of this table).
outertitle Use to place a title for the sidebar immediately above the sidebar.
topimage Use to place an image at the top of the sidebar, i.e. above any title included.
Full wikisyntax expected (i.e. [[Image:...]]).
To add a caption below the image, use topimagecaption.
pretitle Use to place a line such as "Part of the X series on" before the title.
title Use to place a title for the sidebar at the top of the sidebar (immediately below the topimage, if used).
image Use to place an image between the title (if used) and first section.
As with topimage, full wikisyntax expected (i.e. [[Image:...]]).
To add a caption below the image, use imagecaption.
headingstyle Use to alter the default CSS styling set for section headings.
To alter the CSS styling for a specific section's heading, use headingNstyle, where N is the number of the section.
contentstyle Use to alter the default CSS styling set for section content.
To alter the CSS styling for a particular section's content, use contentNstyle, where N is the number of the section.
heading1 First section's heading (if needed).
content1 First section's content (required).
heading2 Second section's heading (if needed).
content2 Second section's content (if needed).
heading3 Third section's heading (if needed).
content3 Third section's content (if needed).
...... etc ......
heading35 Currently, the last possible section heading and/or content (if needed).
content35
navbar Set to "none" (without the quotes) to remove the {{navbar}} links appearing at the bottom of the sidebar.

Other parameters[edit]

Parameter Explanation
above Corresponds to above parameter offered by {{Navbox}}.

class  (or bodyclass)
outertitleclass
topimageclass
titleclass
imageclass

Microformat classes for the corresponding parameters.
(classTemplate:\bodyclass applies to the sidebar as a whole.)

below Use to e.g. add one or more portal links to the bottom of the template (by default in bold).

style  (or bodystyle)
outertitlestyle
topimagestyle
topcaptionstyle
pretitlestyle
titlestyle
imagestyle
captionstyle
belowstyle
navbarstyle

Use to alter default CSS styling for the corresponding parameters.
(styleTemplate:\bodystyle applies to the sidebar as a whole.)

cellspacing Use to amend the default cellspacing set for the infobox-class table with which the sidebar is built.
cellpadding Ditto the default cellpadding.
navbaroptions Use to specify more options for the navbar at the bottom of the sidebar (see {{navbar}} for options available).

Handling long links[edit]

{{normalwraplink}} may be used to handle links that should wrap within the sidebar or otherwise need to be made to wrap in order to prevent the sidebar becoming too wide. Use {{normalwraplink|longlinkname}}, where longlinkname is the long link without its square brackets.

Use the wraplinks parameter to turn link wrapping off for the whole template.

Full blank syntax[edit]

(omitting sections 4 to penultimate)

{{Sidebar
|name  = 
|class =        <!--or bodyclass-->
|style =        <!--or bodystyle-->
|cellspacing = 
|cellpadding = 
|sectdivider = 

|outertitle = 
|outertitleclass = 
|outertitlestyle = 

|topimage = 
|topimageclass = 
|topimagestyle = 
|topcaption = 
|topcaptionstyle = 

|pretitle =
|pretitlestyle = 

|title = 
|titleclass = 
|titlestyle = 

|image = 
|imageclass = 
|imagestyle = 
|caption = 
|captionstyle = 

|abovestyle = 
|above = 

|headingstyle = 
|contentstyle = 

|heading1style = 
|heading1 = 
|content1style = 
|content1 = 

|heading2style = 
|heading2 = 
|content2style = 
|content2 = 

|heading3style = 
|heading3 = 
|content3style = 
|content3 = 

<!--etc.-->

|heading35style = 
|heading35 = 
|content35style = 
|content35 = 

|belowstyle = 
|below = 

|navbar = 
|navbarstyle = 
|navbaroptions = 

|wraplinks = true/false
}}

See also[edit]

bg:Шаблон:Страничен панел ja:Template:Sidebar pt:Predefinição:Sidebar ru:Шаблон:Боковая навигационная таблица sk:Šablóna:Bočný panel


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