This page contains usage information for Template:Navbox.

Template:Navbox is used to create a section at the bottom of articles containing links to related articles. For a full documentation of the navbox template, see this page. The most common parameters are listed below.


Icon required
The title of the navbox.
Icon optional
The row that appears above all headers, groups and lists.
Icon optional
A header that spans the width of the navbox, where [n] is any positive integer.
Icon optional
The group of links within a navbox, where [n] is any positive integer. Sub-groups may also be created using [n.n] (e.g. "1.1").
Icon required
The list of links corresponding with group[n] (if applicable), where [n] is any positive integer.
Icon optional
The row that appears below all headers, groups and lists.


Simple example

|title  = A simple navbox
|above  = Text to appear on top
|group1 = First group
|list1  = 
|list2  = Second list without group (centered)
|group3 = Third group
|list3  =
|below  = Text to appear on bottom

Headers example

|title   = Navbox with headers
|group1  = First group
|list1   = This list is before the first header
|header2 = Header for section 2
|group2  = Second group
|list2   = Second list (part of section 2)
|group3  = Third group
|list3   = Third list (also part of section 2)
|header4 = Another header
|list4   = Fourth list (part of section 3)

Subgroups example

|title     = Navbox with subgroups
|group1    = Normal group
|list1     = Normal list
|group2    = Subgrouped
 |group2.1 = First subgroup
 |list2.1  = List goes here
 |group2.2 = Second subgroup
 |list2.2  = Another list


  • As shown above, navbox items are listed using the same syntax that vertical lists are created with. The navbox will display them horizontally.
  • All navboxes are collapsed by default.
  • The structure, functionality and style of this template depend on Lua located at Module:Navbox and CSS located at MediaWiki:Wikia.css.
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