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This template is used to create a navigation box on the very bottom of article pages.


Parameter Function
name Name of the template.
title Text in the title bar.
listclass A CSS class for the list cells, usually hlist for horizontal lists. Alternatively, use bodyclass for the whole box.
state Controls when a navbox is expanded or collapsed. Use one of the following: on, off, closed
navbar Controls the visibility of the V • T • E links on the left side of the titlebar. Use one of the following: plain, off
titlestyle A CSS style for the title-bar, such as: background: gray;
groupstyle A CSS style for the group-cells, such as: background: #eee;
above Text to appear above the group/list section (could be a list of overall wikilinks).
image An optional right-side image, coded as the whole image. Typically is is purely decorative, so it should be coded as [[File:X.jpg|80px|link=|alt=]]
imageleft An optional left-side image with the same coding as the "image" parameter.
groupn The left-side text before "list-n" (if group-n is omitted, list-n starts at the left of the box). Example: group1
listn Text listing wikilinks using a wikilist format. Example: list1
below Optional text to appear below the group/list section.

A more detailed document of this template can be found on Wikipedia: Template:Navbox

Sample output

| name       = Test
| title      = This is the title!
| listclass  = hlist
| state      = closed

| above      = This is a message on the top.
| image      =
| groupstyle = white-space: nowrap; 

| group1     = Group 1
| list1      = Item 1

| group2     = Group 2
| list2      = Item 2

| below      = This is a message on the bottom.

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