Template:XMLElement

<{{{1}}}>...</{{{1}}}>

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UsageEdit

This is for list articles like HTML element.

{{XMLElement | tagname | name | content [|atr][|end][|nospace or |noslash][|deprecated] }}
|1              = tagname – name of tag (with or without namespace) to put in angle brackets, e.g. "ol"
|2              = name – English-language name of the element in the spec, e.g. "Unordered List"
|3 or |content  = content data to put between open and start tags (defaults to "...")
Optional:
|atr            = XMLAttribute – use to display attributes and values. NOTE: This is run directly against the tag name, so you usually must include a non-breaking space: |atr=&nbsp;style="..." 
|end            = "no" | "optional" – Use "no" to illustrate a void element like <br />. Use "optional" to display both markup types; output is like: <style>...</style> or <style />
|nospace        = "yes" ("y", etc.) – will suppress the space before the / in a void element: <br /> instead of <br />
|noslash        = "yes" ("y", etc.) – will suppress both slash and space in a void element: <br> instead of <br />
|deprecated     = "yes" ("y", etc.) - strikes through the tag, and adds "(deprecated)" after it.

|end= also supports a special value of no_both that will show both the bare tag (e.g. <br>), as well as the version with the slash. By default, it provide the <br /> variant, labeled with "(XHTML compatible)". If used with |nospace=, it will show the <br /> version, labeled with "(XML compatible)".

Planned:
|support        = (CSV of support clients)
|dtd            = "S"|"T"|"F"|[name of implementer]

See alsoEdit

  • {{tag}} — to produce a preformatted mention of an XML/HTML-style tag