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When one of the following examples is placed inside a given template, it adds navbar navigational functionality:


The {{subst:PAGENAME}} will be substituted with the template's name when parsed by the servers. For example, {{navbar|navbar/doc}} gives:

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Font-size is 88% when used in a navbar, and 100% when nested in a navbox. In the navbar, the weight is "normal"; when nested in navbox, it takes on the outer setting. The middot is bold.


Required parameters

  • {{navbar|Template Name}} – the template name is required.

Optional parameters

Basic{{navbar|Template Name}}このボックス: 閲覧 · トーク · 編集
Different text{{navbar|Template Name|text=This template:}}This template: 閲覧 · トーク · 編集
Without "This box:" text{{navbar|Template Name|plain=1}}閲覧 · トーク · 編集
Short version{{navbar|Template Name|mini=1}} · ·
With a color option{{navbar|Template Name|fontstyle=color:green}}このボックス: 閲覧 · トーク · 編集
With brackets {{navbar|Template Name|brackets=1}} このボックス: [閲覧 · トーク · 編集]

Deprecated parameters

The miniv=1, viewplain=1, nodiv=1 and fontcolor= parameters have been deprecated. To implement the view-only version, use the {{v}} or {{view}} templates instead.


Navbar is contained within a <div>...</div> in order to accommodate a horizontal unnumbered list. This means it cannot be placed inside a <span>...</span> or other inline element, because Tidy will 'fix' situations where it finds block elements inside inline elements.


Positions ·· e on the right edge of the line, often used in non-collapsible navbox heading.
For use in conjunction with Navframe divs, positions ·· e opposite of the [hide]/[show] feature.
For use in conjunction with Collapsible tables, floats ·· e opposite of the [hide]/[show] feature.