Template:Bicolor

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Navigational template intended for use navigating "bicolor" (two-color) categories.

Usage

{{Bicolor |1= }}

List of colors used or to be used is stored at Module:Bicolor/data
  • Amber   custom: #FFBF00
  • Beige   custom: #F5F5DC
  • Black   HTML named default
  • Blond   custom: #FAF0BE
  • Blue   custom: #2337F7
  • Brown   custom: #80583C
  • Coral   custom: #F5757F
  • Cream   custom: #FFFDD0
  • Crimson   HTML named default
  • Cyan   custom: #53F1F1
  • Gold/Golden   HTML named default
  • Gray/Grey   HTML named default
  • Green   custom: #18A814
  • Hazel   custom: #5F6401
  • Lilac   custom: #DBBFF9
  • Magenta   custom: #E83BE8
  • Maroon   HTML named default
  • Mauve   custom: #E0B0FF
  • Navy   custom: #000080
  • Olive   HTML named default
  • Orange   HTML named default
  • Pink   HTML named default
  • Purple   custom: #8A1799
  • Red   HTML named default
  • Salmon   HTML named default
  • Silver   HTML named default
  • Tan   HTML named default
  • Teal   HTML named default
  • Turquoise   custom: #28C6B5
  • Vermilion   custom: #E34234
  • Violet   custom: #6422D3
  • White   HTML named default
  • Yellow   custom: #F1F14B
  • Colorless/Transparent  

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefaultStatus
1Lower-case nameThe lower-case name of the category, minus the phrase "Bicolor". This will appear in the tile of the navbox as well as immediately after the various color words for each of the colors.emptyrequired

Additional information

The template is intended to be used in the following namespaces: the Category namespace

The template is intended to be used by the following user groups: all users

Relies on:
Module:Bicolor

See also

Localization

This template is not intended to be localized.