Template:Christian theology by tradition

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Notes

  • This template forms part of Template:Christian theology, so any amendments made here must also work there.
  • Alternative backgrounds for the overall titlebar, the section headingbars and the groupnames within the Protestant theology section may be set using, respectively, the parameters titlestyle, headingstyle and groupstyle. For instance:
{{Christian theology by tradition| titlestyle = background: skyblue; | headingstyle = background: skyblue; | groupstyle = background: #ff9; }}
...will render the template with backgrounds used in a previous version.

How to manage this template's initial visibility
To manage this template's visibility when it first appears, add the parameter:

|state=collapsed to show the template in its collapsed state, i.e. hidden apart from its titlebar – e.g. {{Christian theology by tradition |state=collapsed}}
|state=expanded to show the template in its expanded state, i.e. fully visible – e.g. {{Christian theology by tradition |state=expanded}}
|state=autocollapse to show the template in its collapsed state but only if there is another template of the same type on the page – e.g. {{Christian theology by tradition |state=autocollapse}}

Unless set otherwise (see the |state= parameter in the template's code), the template's default state is collapsed.

How to manage this template's collapsible groups/sections option
  • This template includes collapsible groups/sections. When it first appears, one of these groups/sections may be set to be visible ("expanded") while the others remain hidden ("collapsed") apart from their titlebars. To achieve this, include the parameter |name where name is one of the following names identifying the groups/sections (omit any speech or quote marks):
    • Orthodox
    • Catholic
    • Protestant
  • For example: {{Christian theology by tradition |Orthodox}}