Template:Dual line

top line
bottom line

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Creates an in-line block with two lines of text. Useful for representing manual corrections in handwritten documents.

UsageEdit

{{dual line|top|bottom}}
{{dual line
 | top    = 
 | bottom = 
}}

ExamplesEdit

Example #1Edit

{{dual line|hello|world}}

hello
world

Example #2Edit

Two alternative versions of the same thing:

Lorem {{dual line|ipsum dolor|{{strike|dolor ipsum}}}} sit amet.

Lorem ipsum dolor
dolor ipsum
sit amet.

Lorem {{dual line
 | top    = ipsum dolor
 | bottom = {{strike|dolor ipsum}}
}} sit amet.

Lorem ipsum dolor
dolor ipsum
sit amet.

Example #3Edit

To have the bottom row align with surrounding text, use style=vertical-align:baseline;

Lorem {{dual line|ipsum dolor|dolor ipsum|style=vertical-align:baseline;}} sit amet.

Lorem ipsum dolor
dolor ipsum
sit amet.

Example #4Edit

To have the top row align with surrounding text, use style=vertical-align:text-top;

Lorem {{dual line|ipsum dolor|dolor ipsum|style=vertical-align:text-top;}} sit amet.

Lorem ipsum dolor
dolor ipsum
sit amet.

See alsoEdit

  • {{sup}} — single raised line of text with smaller font-size
  • {{raised text}} — single raised line of text with regular font-size
  • {{transl}} ― display a foreign language word with the English translation displayed in a smaller font below it
  • {{frac}}, displays common fractions using a fraction slash, e.g. 160
  • {{mfrac}}, displays common fractions using LaTeX markup, e.g.
  • {{sfrac}} for horizontal fraction line, e.g. 1/60
  • {{sfrac nobar}}, displays common fractions without a fraction line, e.g. 1/60
  • {{dual line}}, displays two lines of text as an inline block
  • {{unifrac}}, displays the Unicode character for a fraction if it exists and otherwise delegates to {{frac}}, e.g. ⅝ but 160
  • {{frac13}}, displays ⅓
  • {{frac23}}, displays ⅔