ထႅမ်းပလဵၵ်ႉ:Flex columns

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This template creates a column layout, where contents within the columns will have the same height, with any extra whitespace distributed throughout the shorter columns contents. It is mainly intended for use in portals.

This sort of layout requires browsers to support CSS flexbox. For those that don't there is a fallback that will show a two column view, but without the heights being the same (a layout many portals used as at July 2018).

For narrow screens, e.g. mobile devices, the display reverts to a single column.

လွင်ႈၸႂ်ႉတိုဝ်းထတ်း

{{Flex columns
|1 = (...first column contents...)
|2 = (...second column contents...)
}}

Only contents which are in <div>...</div> tags will have extra whitespace distributed to them – except for those with class flex-columns-noflex (or otherwise override the flex: property)

To change the column balance, |flex1= and/or |flex2= can be set. The default for each is 1. For example:

  • |flex1=3 |flex2=2 will result in the first column taking up to 60% (3/5) of the available width, and the second column taking up at least 40% (2/5) of the width.

Note that the actual column balance will vary depending on screen size, since the minimum width of each column is set at 360px.

တူဝ်ယၢင်ႇထတ်း

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တူၺ်းပႃးထတ်း

Column-generating template familiesထတ်း

The templates listed here are not interchangeable. For example, using {{col-float}} with {{col-end}} instead of {{col-float-end}} would leave a HTML "div" (division) open, potentially harming any subsequent formatting.

Column templates
Type Family
Handles wiki
 table code?dagger
Responsive/
Mobile suited
Start template Column divider End template
Float "Col-float" Yes Yes {{Col-float}} {{Col-float-break}} {{Col-float-end}}
"Columns-start" Yes Yes {{Columns-start}} {{Column}} {{Columns-end}}
Columns "Div col" Yes Yes {{Div col}} {{Div col end}}
"Columns-list" No Yes {{Columns-list}} (wraps div col)
Flexbox "Flex columns" No Yes {{Flex columns}}
Table "Col" Yes No {{Col-begin}},
{{Col-begin-fixed}} or
{{Col-begin-small}}
{{Col-break}} or
{{Col-2}} .. {{Col-5}}
{{Col-end}}

dagger Can the columns handle the wiki markup {| | || |- |} used to create tables? If not, templates that produce these elements (such as {{(!}}, {{!}}, {{!!}}, {{!-}}, {{!)}}) or HTML tags (<table>...</table>, <tr>...</tr>, etc.) will need to be used instead.