Difference between revisions of "Template:Ic"

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(<pre> uses #222 too)
(the reason for this edit is explained in the html comment, because understanding the need of these properties may not be so straightforward when looking back at the code in the future)
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{{Note|This template is under development; please do not use it in the wiki at the moment. Instead, share your thoughts in [[Help talk:Style#Migration to new Code formatting templates]].}}</noinclude><includeonly><span style="background-color:#ebf1f5; padding: 0.2em; font-family:monospace; color:#222;">{{{code|{{{1|undefined}}}}}}</span></includeonly>
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{{Note|This template is under development; please do not use it in the wiki at the moment. Instead, share your thoughts in [[Help talk:Style#Migration to new Code formatting templates]].}}</noinclude><includeonly><span style="display:inline-block; background-color:#ebf1f5; padding: 0.2em; margin: -0.2em 0; font-family:monospace; color:#222;">{{{code|{{{1|undefined}}}}}}</span></includeonly><noinclude><!-- Note that using display:inline-block; is intentional, it allows easily selecting the whole code with a triple click in modern browsers. Also note that the negative margins (conventionally supported by css standards) are needed to balance the effects of padding on line height (hence simulating the behaviour of an inline element) --></noinclude>

Revision as of 16:01, 7 October 2011

This page is a template. It contains no Arch Linux-related information, but should be used as part of other articles. For more information, read Help:Template.

Please do not experiment with this template; you could ruin all pages using this template. If you want to edit this template, copy the text to Template:Sandbox, edit and test it there, and copy it back when it works.

Feel free to voice your opinion regarding this template.

Inline code.

Usage

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Note: This template is under development; please do not use it in the wiki at the moment. Instead, share your thoughts in Help talk:Style#Migration to new Code formatting templates.