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<includeonly><span style="background: crimson; color: #FFFFFF;">&nbsp;{{{text|{{{1|}}}}}}&nbsp;</span></includeonly><noinclude>
 
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This is a simple template to {{redlight|text=redlight}} text that could {{redlight|also have '''bold''' or ''italic''.}} If an equal sign (=) causes trouble, assign the target to the variable '''''text'''''.
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== Usage ==
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'''<nowiki>{{</nowiki>redlight{{pipe}}text='''''text to redlight'''''<nowiki>}}</nowiki>'''
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== Explanation ==
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This is a simple template to {{redlight|text=redlight}} text that could {{redlight|also have '''bold''' or ''italic'' style.}} If an equal sign (=) causes trouble, assign the target to the variable '''''text'''''. Please note that this template adds padding of one space to either side of the text content.
 
</noinclude>[[category:uses redlight]]<noinclude>[[category:templates]][[category:style]]</noinclude><!-- there must be no space or text after this comment -->
 
</noinclude>[[category:uses redlight]]<noinclude>[[category:templates]][[category:style]]</noinclude><!-- there must be no space or text after this comment -->

Revision as of 19:07, 23 February 2013

Usage

{{redlight|text=text to redlight}}

Explanation

This is a simple template to  redlight  text that could  also have bold or italic style.  If an equal sign (=) causes trouble, assign the target to the variable text. Please note that this template adds padding of one space to either side of the text content.

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