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Use {{tl|{{BASEPAGENAME}}}} after any floating elements and before elements you do not wish to float together with the first set. This uses a line break, which may introduce an ugly extra blank line. If you want to avoid that, use {{tl|Clear}} instead. Do not use this template to deliberately add whitespace and blank lines between non-floating elements.
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== Details ==
 
{{tl|-}} contains the markup:
 
<pre>
 
<br style="clear:both;" />
 
</pre>
 
This causes any previously established float to clear.
 
 
 
Optionally, you can clear only left- or right floating elements by using <code><nowiki>{{-|left}}</nowiki></code> or <code><nowiki>{{-|right}}</nowiki></code>.
 
 
 
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 {{tl|Clr}} ("clear"), which simply redirects here. However, do not confuse {{tl|Clr}} with {{tl|Clear}}, which is a different template that uses <code><nowiki><div></div></nowiki></code> instead of <code><nowiki><br /></nowiki></code> and so does not introduce an extra line break.
 
 
 
==TemplateData==
 
<TemplateData>
 
{
 
        "description": "This template adds the HTML tag 'clear:both' to the page, which clear any previously defined floats. This template has no parameters",
 
        "params": {}
 
}
 
</TemplateData>
 
 
 
== Examples==
 
{{sidebar|navbar=off
 
| title = Example sidebar
 
| content1 = In these examples, the {{tl|sidebar}} template is used to create a simple right floating table. For better examples check out the links. Please add missing <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> where necessary. This sidebar is only a quick example.
 
| content2 = {{lorem}}
 
}}
 
=== First ===
 
In the first example <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> after the word ''browser'' guarantees that the table does not 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.{{-}}
 
{{sidebar|navbar=off
 
| title = Example sidebar
 
| content1 = In these examples, the {{tl|sidebar}} template is used to create a simple right floating table. For better examples check out the links. Please add missing <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> where necessary. This sidebar is only a quick example.
 
| content2 = {{lorem}}
 
}}
 
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=== Second ===
 
In the second example the position of <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> is after the word ''but''. Note that it does not affect the
 
left margin of the bullet '''*''' list, because it is 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.
 
{{sidebar|navbar=off
 
| title = Example sidebar
 
| content1 = In these examples, the {{tl|sidebar}} template is used to create a simple right floating table. For better examples check out the links. Please add missing <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> where necessary. This sidebar is only a quick example.
 
| content2 = {{lorem}}
 
}}
 
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=== Third ===
 
The third example has a new line after the word ''but'' and <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> 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.{{-}}
 
{{sidebar|navbar=off
 
| title = Example sidebar
 
| content1 = In these examples, the {{tl|sidebar}} template is used to create a simple right floating table. For better examples check out the links. Please add missing <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> where necessary. This sidebar is only a quick example.
 
| content2 = {{lorem}}
 
}}
 
----
 
=== Fourth ===
 
The fourth example has <tt><nowiki>{{-}}</nowiki></tt> 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==
 
* {{tl|Clear left}}: Delays content until left column is complete.
 
* {{tl|Clear right}}: Delays content until right column is complete.
 
* {{tl|Clear}}: Delays content until both columns are complete.
 
 
 
<includeonly>
 
<!-- ADD CATEGORIES BELOW THIS LINE -->
 
[[Category:Wikipedia formatting and function templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]
 
 
 
<!-- ADD INTERWIKIS BELOW THIS LINE -->
 
</includeonly>
 
 
 
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Use {{-}} after any floating elements and before elements you do not wish to float together with the first set. This uses a line break, which may introduce an ugly extra blank line. If you want to avoid that, use {{Clear}} instead. Do not use this template to deliberately add whitespace and blank lines between non-floating elements.

Details

{{-}} contains the markup:

<br style="clear:both;" />

This causes any previously established float to clear.

Optionally, you can clear only left- or right floating elements by using {{-|left}} or {{-|right}}.

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. However, do not confuse {{Clr}} with {{Clear}}, which is a different template that uses <div></div> instead of <br /> and so does not introduce an extra line break.

TemplateData

<TemplateData> {

       "description": "This template adds the HTML tag 'clear:both' to the page, which clear any previously defined floats. This template has no parameters",
       "params": {}

} </TemplateData>

Examples

First

In the first example {{-}} after the word browser guarantees that the table does not 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.

Second

In the second example the position of {{-}} is after the word but. Note that it does not affect the left margin of the bullet * list, because it is 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.

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.


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

  • {{Clear left}}: Delays content until left column is complete.
  • {{Clear right}}: Delays content until right column is complete.
  • {{Clear}}: Delays content until both columns are complete.



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