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Latest revision as of 03:46, 2 February 2013

Note:

[edit] [purge] Template documentation

Usage

Method 1

The following displays the word 'Note:'. You can follow this with whatever text/images/markup you like, and it works in-line, within a paragraph.

Monsters are green. {{note}} this is an in-line note, to remind you that some monsters are orangey-purple.

Monsters are green. Note: this is an in-line note, to remind you that some monsters are orangey-purple.

Method 2

The following includes the text passed to the template, and uses a table to stop the text flowing round the icon. These always force a newline before and after the note.

{{note|Here is a long note, which is sufficiently wordy to run onto a second line, 
 which would normally cause it to wrap round the icon, but because we passed it as a parameter 
 it keeps its left alignment straight.}} 
Note: Here is a long note, which is sufficiently wordy to run onto a second line, which would normally cause it to wrap round the icon, but because we passed it as a parameter it keeps its left alignment straight.
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