Template:Texas History Navbox

Template documentation

This template is to be used at the bottom of articles related to the History of Texas. It allows easy navigation to other Texas-History-related topics. It is based on the and so supports that full feature set.

Usage

Please remove the parameters that are left blank.


The parameters are as follows (see below for the full list):

state* [autocollapse, uncollapsed, collapsed, plain, off]
  • Defaults to collapse. A navbox with autocollapse will start out collapsed if there are two or more tables on the same page that use other collapsible tables. Otherwise, the navbox will be expanded. For the technically minded, see MediaWiki:Common.js.
below*
Optional footer text that can appear at the bottom of the navbox. In general this should not be used as it breaks uniformity across history articles

See also

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