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This template is designed as an alternative to {{Navbox subgroup}} when more than 20 groups/lists are needed. Please only use this template when more than 20 groups are necessary (and if you really need that many groups, please first consider if the template you are working on is too large to be useful). This template supports a maximum of 38 groups/lists.

Blank templateÀtúnṣe

{{Navbox subgroup long
|name = 
|title = 
|image = 
|above = 

|groupstyle = width:10em; <!-- Adjust as needed -->
|liststyle = width:auto;

|group1 = 
|list1  = 

|group2 = 
|list2  = 
...
|group38 = 
|list38  = 

|below = 
}}

ParametersÀtúnṣe

This template employs all of the same parameters as {{Navbox subgroup}}. Please see the documentation there for more complete descriptions. In fact, the only differences between this template and {{Navbox subgroup}} are as follows:

  • There is a maximum of 38 groups/lists instead of the 20 in {{Navbox subgroup}}.
  • You must manually specify the group width for all groups to align properly. Do this by adding the following two parameters: groupstyle = width:XXXem; where "XXX" is the desired width and liststyle = width:auto;.
  • The group padding defaults to 0.75em on the left/right, and can only be changed with the grouppadding parameter. This is done to prevent the Internet Explorer box model bug from effecting the width of groups. Most users can ignore this fact; it is listed here for advanced technical support.

Everything else is exactly the same as {{Navbox subgroup}}.

ExamplesÀtúnṣe

The following example shows how to get up to 38 groups/lists. Edit the section to view the code.

See alsoÀtúnṣe

  • {{Navbox}} – Basic navbox
  • {{Navbox long}} – expanded version of {{Navbox}} allowing up to 38 subgroups
  • {{Navbox subgroup}} – Allows nested Navboxes inside of other Navboxes
  • {{Navbox with columns}} – Allows columns instead of groups/lists
  • {{Navbox with collapsible groups}} – Another variation.
  • Wikipedia:Line break handling – The how-to guide about how to handle word wraps (line breaks) on Wikipedia, such as the wrapping of the link lists used in navboxes.
  • {{Nowrap begin}} – The recommended format for adding bullets, pipes, or dashes between list items. The page describes how to go about using them with proper wrapping.
  • {{Nobold}} – To display text at normal font-weight within a context where the default font-weight is bold, e.g. header cells in tables.


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