মডেল:Superimpose

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[[Image:{{{base}}}|{{{base_width}}}|{{{base_caption}}}]]

This template documentation is transcluded from মডেল:Superimpose/doc [edit]

This template is a utility which superimposes one image over another, and positions it relative to the top left corner of the bottom image. Although the original idea was to place a dot on a locator map based on editable coordinates, it can be used to precisely overlay any two images for any reason.

Usage[পতিক]

Example[পতিক]

Boulder, Colorado
United States Locator Map

The wikicode below will create the image at right:

{{Superimpose| base = US_Locator_Blank.svg
  | base_width = 288px
  | base_caption = United States Locator Map
  | float =Locator_Dot.png
  | float_width = 10px
  | float_caption = Boulder, Colorado
  | x = 83
  | y = 53
}}

Using the Template[পতিক]

To get started, you can simply copy this blank definition into your page, and fill in the data.

{{Superimpose| base = 
  | base_width = 
  | base_caption = 
  | float = 
  | float_width = 
  | float_caption = 
  | x = 
  | y = 
}}

Parameter Definitions[পতিক]

  • base: File name of the base (bottom) image
  • base_width: Width to display the base image, in pixels
  • base_caption: Text to show when a user's mouse hovers over the base image
  • float: File name of the top image
  • float_width: Width to display the top image, in pixels
  • float_caption: Text to show when a user's mouse hovers over the top image
  • x: distance to offset the top image from the left edge of the base image, in pixels or any other CSS-standard units
  • y: distance to offset the top image from the top edge of the base image, in pixels or any other CSS-standard units

A Note about the Locator Dot[পতিক]

I originally built this template thinking I could use an SVG file with transparency (mostly for the dot in locator maps). However, it seems Internet Explorer users can't handle transparent PNGs without a fix that Wikimedia's not yet delivering, so for now I recommend using the GIF version in the example above. When IE better supports PNGs, we can swap the better format back in. —Papayoung 02:06, 26 October 2005 (UTC)