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<onlyinclude><span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span></onlyinclude><noinclude>
 
<onlyinclude><span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span></onlyinclude><noinclude>
 
is a reduced <span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> that is 52% of its normal size in its specific context. It works in any location where the text may be of another size, including headers. It seems to further modify the font in those situations, so that surrounding text may be 150% but the ® will be 52% of that larger size.
 
is a reduced <span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> that is 52% of its normal size in its specific context. It works in any location where the text may be of another size, including headers. It seems to further modify the font in those situations, so that surrounding text may be 150% but the ® will be 52% of that larger size.
= Level 1 header<span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> =
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= Level 1 header example<span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> =
 
is the normal size while below is how it would appear with the template used.
 
is the normal size while below is how it would appear with the template used.
  
= Level 1 header<span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span> =
+
= Level 1 header example<span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span> =
====== Level 6 header<span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> ======
+
;Example with span used with the template
is the normal size while below is how it would appear with the template used.
+
:Markup <nowiki><span style="font-size: 225%;">This is 225% text with registered{{r}} template used</span></nowiki>
 
+
<span style="font-size: 225%;">This is 225% text with registered{{r}} template used</span>
====== Level 6 header<span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span> ======
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</noinclude>
 
<noinclude>
 
<noinclude>
 
[[category:templates]]
 
[[category:templates]]
 
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Revision as of 00:44, 24 August 2012

® is a reduced ® that is 52% of its normal size in its specific context. It works in any location where the text may be of another size, including headers. It seems to further modify the font in those situations, so that surrounding text may be 150% but the ® will be 52% of that larger size.

Level 1 header example®

is the normal size while below is how it would appear with the template used.

Level 1 header example®

Example with span used with the template
Markup <span style="font-size: 225%;">This is 225% text with registered{{r}} template used</span>

This is 225% text with registered® template used