Template:Caption

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This template creates a caption underneath a left aligned image. It uses the text-align:left HTML property inside paragraph tags <p></p>. A carriage return is automatically added.

The advantage of not placing the caption within the image code is that the image can then be removed from translation by placing </translation><translation> tags around it. In the translation interface only the caption needs to be translated.

Left aligned

Example:

[[File:Freecad.svg]]
{{Caption|The image above shows the FreeCAD logo. This is a very long caption that should wrap-around itself after a certain width, in order for it to be more readable. Images should be probably a maximum of 800 px wide.}}
This is a normal paragraph.

Result:

Freecad.svg

The image above shows the FreeCAD logo. This is a very long caption that should wrap-around itself after a certain width, in order for it to be more readable. Images should be probably a maximum of 800 px wide.

This is a normal paragraph.

Center aligned

For center-aligned captions, use the align=center option.

Example:

[[File:Freecad.svg|center]]
{{Caption|align=center|The image above shows the FreeCAD logo. This is a very long caption that should wrap-around itself after a certain width, in order for it to be more readable. Images should be probably a maximum of 800 px wide.}}
This is a normal paragraph.
Freecad.svg

The image above shows the FreeCAD logo. This is a very long caption that should wrap-around itself after a certain width, in order for it to be more readable. Images should be probably a maximum of 800 px wide.

This is a normal paragraph.