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{{Div col}} can be used to make a list into columns that wraps properly and compatibly with portble computer devices, esp. PAD operating systems and small screens. It automatically breaks each column into an equal space, meaning, for instance, it is not necessary to work out the halfway point, or the on-third & two-thirds points between two columns.

  • The list content is either provided by the content parameter (which can be restrictive of what content is allowed; e.g., wiki markup like | must somehow be escaped) or terminated with {{div col end}}. The {{columns}} wrapper uses the parameter method for providing content (including its limitations).

{{Div col}} can create multiple columns in web browsers which support one of the following CSS properties:

  • column-count (for CSS3-compliant browsers; see CSS3 module: Multi-column layout)
  • -moz-column-count (for Mozilla/Gecko-based browsers such as Firefox)
  • -webkit-column-count (for WebKit-based browsers such as Safari and Google Chrome)

Usage

There are six parameters for this template and their usage is described below.

|cols= 
'(Now deprecated, as colwidth below is better suited to flexible formatting for a variety of display screen sizes (from mobile phones, tablets, etc to widescreen cinema-style displays))
Specifies the number of columns (default 2).
|colwidth= 
Specifies the minimum width of the columns and determines automatically the number of columns based on screen width (i.e. more columns will be shown on wider displays). Overrides cols. Specified in any CSS unit, for instance in em, about the width of a capital "M", e.g, colwidth=20em
|rules= 
Adds vertical lines ("rules") between the columns if set to yes or some CSS styling (e.g. 1px dashed blue;).
|gap= 
Specifies the space between the content of adjacent columns. Specified in any CSS unit, e.g, gap=2em. The default spacing (set by browser) is 1em.
|style= 
CSS styling to apply to the columns.
|content= 
content to apply to the columns.

Examples

Usage without parameters

Example with no parameters produces two columns as the default is two columns.

{{Div col}}
* a
* b
* c
* d
* e
* f
* g
* h
{{Div col end}}
produces
  • a
  • b
  • c
  • d
  • e
  • f
  • g
  • h


Usage with named parameters

When parameters are named in the template, they can be used in any order. Example:

{{Div col|colwidth=10em|rules=yes|gap=2em|small=yes}}
* a
* b
* c
* d
* e
* f
* g
* h
{{Div col end}}

or

{{Div col|rules=yes|gap=2em|small=yes|colwidth=10em}}
* a
* b
* c
* d
* e
* f
* g
* h
{{Div col end}}
produces
  • a
  • b
  • c
  • d
  • e
  • f
  • g
  • h

and exactly the same result below

  • a
  • b
  • c
  • d
  • e
  • f
  • g
  • h

Usage of parameters without naming the parameters

When parameters are not named then template considers first unnamed parameter to be "col", second unnamed parameter to be "colwidth", remaining unnamed parameters (e.g. third, fourth, fifth, etc unnamed parameter) will be ignored by the template without providing an error message. The first and second parameter "col" and "colwidth" could be unnamed but all other parameters (such as "rules", "gap", "style" and "small") must always be named in the template.

Example with correct usage of unnamed parameters

Note the empty column for the "number of columns" between "Div col" and "10em".

{{div col||10em|rules=yes|gap=2em|small=yes}}
* a
* b
* c
* d
* e
* f
* g
* h
{{div col end}}
produces
  • a
  • b
  • c
  • d
  • e
  • f
  • g
  • h


Example with incorrect usage of unnamed parameters

Note that the unnamed third, fourth and fifth parameters will be ignored by the template. If used, then third, fourth and fifth parameters must always be named.

{{div col||10em|yes|2em|yes}}
* a
* b
* c
* d
* e
* f
* g
* h
{{div col end}}
produces (unnamed third, fourth and fifth parameters are ignored)
  • a
  • b
  • c
  • d
  • e
  • f
  • g
  • h

This is the documentation page, it should be transcluded into the main template page. See Template:Doc for more information.

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