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{{Userboxtop}} and {{Userboxbottom}} collect images or userboxes into a single column grouping easily. This template is not just for userboxes; it is also an efficient way of creating a column of images to run along the side of an article. {{Gallery}}, by contrast, creates rows of images and is used when the images should not run alongside the text but rather should serve as a break in the text.


| align           = 
| left            = 
| backgroundcolor = 
| bordercolor     = 
| extra-css       = 
| textcolor       = 
| toptext         = 



All of the parameters are optional.


Detailed explanations of the parameters are below.

left, center, or right (default)
Any left margin value. Defaults to 1.
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #FFFFFF.
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #99B3FF.
Allows you to provide additional CSS style information.
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #000000.
Overrides the standard Userbox text and link. Can include wiki-markup.

Hiding userboxes

You can hide userboxes which utilize this (as well as a few other) forms of template-based userbox organization. Simply edit your userspace CSS override (for example, monobook.css for the Monobook skin) and add the following:

#userboxes { display: none; }

See also

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