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The ctr template is used align text and numbers within tables to the center of the cell.

Examples

{| class="wikitable"
|-
| {{ctr}} | N/A
| {{ctr}} | Example of centred text.
|-
| {{ctr}} | Some centred text.
| {{ctr}} | etc.
|}

yields:

N/A Example of centred text.
Some centred text. etc.
{| class="wikitable"
|-
| {{ctr}} | N/A || {{ctr}} | Example of centred text.
|-
| {{ctr}} | Some centred text. || {{ctr}} | etc.
|}

yields:

N/A Example of centred text.
Some centred text. etc.

Combining with colspan

To combine with colspan, place {{ctr}} first, followed by a space, then by colspan.

Example:

{| class="wikitable"
|-
| {{ctr}} colspan=3 | Text over 3 columns
|-
| {{ctr}} | Column #1
| {{ctr}} | Column #2
| {{ctr}} | Column #3
|-
| {{ctr}} | A single column
| {{ctr}} colspan=2 | Text over two columns
|}

will yield:

Text over 3 columns
Column #1 Column #2 Column #3
A single column Text over two columns

Remember, most browsers will render a header row as centered:

{| class="wikitable"
! Header row
! Another header row
|-
| Standard row
| Another standard row
|}

gives:

Header row Another header row
Standard row Another standard row


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