Difference between revisions of "Template:R"

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<includeonly><span style="font-size: 52%;">®</span></includeonly>
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<onlyinclude><span class="keysymbol">®</span></onlyinclude><noinclude>
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is a reduced <span style="font-size: 100%;">®</span> as output of the template. It works in any location where the text may be of another size, including headers and will display as ''x-small'' and superscript.
This template allows for the display of a reduced <span style="font-size: 55%;">®</span> as compared to using the character alone: ®.
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= Level 1 header example® =
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is the normal size while below is how it would appear with the template used.
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= Level 1 header example{{r}} =
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;Example with span used with the template
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:Markup is <nowiki><span style="font-size: 225%;">This is 225% text with registered{{r}} template used</span></nowiki> and results as:
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<span style="font-size: 225%;">This is 225% text with registered{{r}} template used</span>
 
</noinclude>
 
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[[category:templates]]
 
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Revision as of 22:47, 22 September 2013

® is a reduced ® as output of the template. It works in any location where the text may be of another size, including headers and will display as x-small and superscript.

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

This is 225% text with registered® template used

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