Image markup

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This page is a tutorial for using the wiki image-formatting syntax available). The image markup is backwards-compatible, so old instances of images do not need to be upgraded — they already meet the current standards. However, there are a number of additional features available to make the presentation of images in an article cleaner and more attractive.

Basic Syntax

The basic format for displaying an image inline is still Caption text ([[Image:Hedgehog.jpg|Caption text]]).

Available Styles

thumbnail, thumb 
generates an automatically resized thumbnail image, normally on the right, with the caption text displayed directly underneath. An "enlarge"-icon is added. Example:
Caption text
([[Image:Hedgehog.jpg|thumbnail|Caption text]])
The image will have a frame, regardless of whether it is a thumb, and the caption text will be included as a visible caption.
The image will thumbnail, but without the frame created by the thumb keyword
make the image right-aligned, can be used with and without specifying thumb
same as above, but left aligned.
The image will be rendered inline, even if the thumbnail-option is set
render a thumbnail version of the image that's [size] pixels wide (e.g. "150px"). Height is computed to keep aspect ratio (i.e. the shape of the image).

Vertical bars (the pipe "|" character) are used to separate options from each other and from the caption text. Unknown options are ignored and the final parameter is used as the caption text.