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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.

Usage

{{Userboxtop
| align           = 
| left            = 
| backgroundcolor = 
| bordercolor     = 
| extra-css       = 
| textcolor       = 
| toptext         = 
}}

[userboxes]

{{Userboxbottom}}

All of the parameters are optional.

Customizing

Detailed explanations of the parameters are below.

align
left, center, or right (default)
left
Any left margin value. Defaults to 1.
backgroundcolor
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #FFFFFF.
bordercolor
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #99B3FF.
extra-css
Allows you to provide additional CSS style information.
textcolor
Any web color (name or #XXXXXX hex format). Defaults to #000000.
toptext
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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