Template:Navbox list/Documentation

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{{Navbox list}} is deprecated — use {{Navbox items}}

{{Navbox list}} is considered deprecated in favor of {{Navbox items}}, which offers several improvements. Primarily, {{Navbox items}} autolinks by default, making it easier to build simple lists (the majority of cases). (Disable with {{Navbox items|mode=nolink}}.) So, for example...
OLD:
{{Navbox list| [[Thing 1]] | [[Thing 2]] | [[Thing 3]] }}
NEW:
{{Navbox items | Thing 1 | Thing 2 | Thing 3 }}, or
{{Navbox items | mode= nolink | [[Thing 1|One]] | [[Thing 2|Two]]}}
Navbox templates
{{Navbox}}
{{Navbox subgroup}}
{{Navbox items}}

{{Navbox list}} is intended for use with the {{Navbox}} set of templates to make correctly formatted lists of items.

Items should be wikilinked and formatted exactly as they will appear in the final list.

Example of use:

{{Navbox
|title=List example
|list1={{Navbox list|[[Item one]]|[[Piped link|Item two]]|[[Item three]] (note)}}
}}
 List example
Item one Item two Item three (note)

Up to 99 list items are supported.

{{Navbox list}} optional parameters

|bullet=
Defines a bullet to appear between the list items. The default bullet is , which is defined in the sub-page {{Navbox list/Bullet}}.
|space=
Defines the space to appear between the bullet and the adjacent list items on either side, as in:
Item[space]bullet[space]Item. The default is a normal space, and is defined in the sub-page {{Navbox list/Space}}.
|bullet-wrap=yes
By default, this template makes a list item and the bullet to its right non-breaking, so that wherever possible it stays together on a single line and doesn't wrap. Setting |bullet-wrap=yes allows list items and bullets to break freely across lines. This is only useful if your list contains very long items, which cause ugly line breaking on small screens.
|item-wrap=no
If |bullet-wrap=yes, this parameter tells the template to stop list items from breaking across a space, but allow the bullet to appear on the next line.