Template:-/doc

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Use {{-/doc}} after any floating elements and before elements you do not wish to float together with the first set.

Details

{{-}} contains the markup:

<br style="clear:both" />

This causes any previously-established float to clear.

The unusual name of this template is a mnemonic for an imaginary horizontal line, which separates floating elements above from those below. Some editors prefer the mnemonic {{clr}} ("clear"), which simply redirects here.

Examples

Template:Wrapper (edit talk links history)
starts a table floating right e.g. for an
infobox next to the ToC. For better
examples check out the links. Please
add missing {{-}} where necessary.
 
This ugly table is only a quick example.

First

In the first example {{-}} after the word browser guarantees that the table doesn't float into the second example.

  • Cute, but less funny if it overlaps the next table or section, causing horizontal scrolling or worse depending on the browser.
Template:Wrapper (edit talk links history)
starts a table floating right e.g. for an
infobox next to the ToC. For better
examples check out the links. Please
add missing {{-}} where necessary.
 
This ugly table is only a quick example.

Second

In the second example the position of {{-}} is after the word but. Note that it doesn't affect the left margin of the bullet * list, because it's used inside of it.

  • Cute, but
    less funny if it overlaps the next table or section, causing horizontal scrolling or worse depending on the browser.
Template:Wrapper (edit talk links history)
starts a table floating right e.g. for an
infobox next to the ToC. For better
examples check out the links. Please
add missing {{-}} where necessary.
 
This ugly table is only a quick example.

Third

The third example has a new line after the word but and {{-}} after the word browser.

  • Cute, but

less funny if it overlaps the next table or section, causing horizontal scrolling or worse depending on the browser.

Template:Wrapper (edit talk links history)
starts a table floating right e.g. for an
infobox next to the ToC. For better
examples check out the links. Please
add missing {{-}} where necessary.
 
This ugly table is only a quick example.

Fourth

The fourth example has {{-}} and a new line after the word but.

  • Cute, but

less funny if it overlaps the next table or section, causing horizontal scrolling or worse depending on the browser.

See also