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ܡܢ ܘܝܩܝܦܕܝܐ، ܐܝܢܣܩܠܘܦܕܝܐ ܚܐܪܬܐ
This template documentation is transcluded from ܩܠܒܐ:Table cell templates [edit]

These templates are designed to be used in a table to make a cell with text in that cell, with an appropriately coloured background. They are commonly used in comparison tables.

For example, {{Yes}} makes a cell with a green background; the text in the cell is taken from the template parameter and defaults to "Yes".

If you find a table cell template that does not take a parameter and you want to be able to change the text in the cell, do not duplicate the template; instead, edit the template and change the text to a default parameter substitution. For example, if a template's text is Dropped, change that to {{{1|Dropped}}}.

Templates in this series[ܫܚܠܦ]

CSS class[1] Templates Preview 1 Preview 2 Preview 3
table-rh {{rh}}[2] | Row header Row header
table-yes {{yes}}, {{yes|[[Alternate]] text}} ܐܝܢ Alternate text
table-no {{no}} ܠܐ
table-yes2 {{yes2}}[3] Text Text
table-no2 {{no2}}[3] Text Text
table-partial {{partial}}, {{Yes-No}}, {{some}} ܡܢܬܝܘܬܐ ܗܐ/ܠܐ Some
table-na {{n/a}} N/A
table-unknown {{dunno}}, {{unk}} ? Unknown
table-depends {{depends}} Depends
table-included {{included}} Included
table-dropped {{dropped}}, {{terminated}} Dropped Terminated
table-beta {{beta}} ܢܣܝܘܢܝܐ
table-free {{free}} ܚܐܪܐ
table-ܠܐ ܚܐܪܐ {{ܠܐ ܚܐܪܐ}}[3] [[US$]]3.14 US$3.14
unstyled {{incorrect}} Incorrect
unstyled {{?}}[4] ؟


  1. The CSS class of table cell templates may be referenced in a user stylesheet to change appearance.
  2. Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call, separated by a pipe (|) character.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Does not take a parameter; the content should be placed after the template call.
  4. Does not take a parameter; not really a table cell template at all, but here for completeness