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The Progress Bar is a chain of taverns established by one of Godville's most renowned craft brewers Lara Craftbeer. The franchise is famous for serving locally brewed beers made out of “real non-artifical ingredients.”®️

Lara Craftbeer left her hometown to become an adventurer. While hanging out with other heroes and heroines, she found a deep-rooted love for beer. She decided to retire from slaying monsters and raiding tombs, and devote the rest of her life to brewing beer.

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📚 Documentation

This is the featured article of the week. Since August 2020, the template have been automated, and will rotate between 52 selected articles (or 53 if there is a 53th week). It is still possible though to include another article if necessary by enclosing the {{Featured/Rotation}} template with a comment tag like following:
<!-- {{Featured/Rotation}} --> .

The "Previously featured" line is also automated, so if an out-of-rotation article was included a previous week, it will be necessary to add it manually and to add a comment tag around the replaced {{Featured/Previous}}. The {{Featured/Previous}} template with |offset=-1 parameter represent the previous weekly article while the one with |offset=-2 represent the article featured two weeks ago.

Formatting

Intended only to show a summary to the article, the following format should be used for a featured resume:

==Article title==
<div style="float:right;margin-left:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|frameless|upright=0.4|link=name of the article]]
</div>

Summary paragraph(s) of article goes here

([[Article title|'''more...''']])

Previously featured: [[Previous]] – [[Next Previous]]

Note: Upright parameter can be adjusted according to the picture.

Formatting alternatives

The image can be placed to the left of the text, instead of the right. Which one looks better will depend on the article being featured. Simply reverse the float and margin- style parameters:

==Article title==
<div style="float:left;margin-right:0.5em;">
[[File:name of image file|frameless|upright=0.4|link=name of the article]]
</div>
{{spacer}}