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===Entry template===
 
===Entry template===
 
The entry template of the Aligned view is a simplified definition of a table row. It consists of a list of column definitions, each column definition in a new line. The column definition format: fieldpattern|column header (optional)|cell css class (optional). For example, the following definition will display the entries in a headerless table with 3 columns and the specified field patterns in order:
 
The entry template of the Aligned view is a simplified definition of a table row. It consists of a list of column definitions, each column definition in a new line. The column definition format: fieldpattern|column header (optional)|cell css class (optional). For example, the following definition will display the entries in a headerless table with 3 columns and the specified field patterns in order:
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<nowiki>
 
[[Name]]
 
[[Name]]
 
[[Email]]
 
[[Email]]
 
[[Message]]
 
[[Message]]
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The following definition will display the entries in a table with 5 columns and a header row with header titles in the first 3 columns:
 
The following definition will display the entries in a table with 5 columns and a header row with header titles in the first 3 columns:
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<nowiki>
 
[[Name]]|Name
 
[[Name]]|Name
 
[[Email]]|Email
 
[[Email]]|Email

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Entry template

The entry template of the Aligned view is a simplified definition of a table row. It consists of a list of column definitions, each column definition in a new line. The column definition format: fieldpattern|column header (optional)|cell css class (optional). For example, the following definition will display the entries in a headerless table with 3 columns and the specified field patterns in order:

[[Name]]
[[Email]]
[[Message]]

The following definition will display the entries in a table with 5 columns and a header row with header titles in the first 3 columns:

[[Name]]|Name
[[Email]]|Email
[[Message]]|Message
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Patterns

Type specific patterns