Admiror Columnizer 3.x


Usage:

 

Wrap content You need to be columnized in form like in this example:
{AC}Your text...{/AC}

 

Enter ACBR on places where You need break text in next column:
{AC}Some content in first column.
ACBRSome content in second column.
ACBRAnd some content in third column{/AC}

 

Plugin will create a table at maximum width, with 3 equal sized columns. It will add spacing between columns, apply horizontal and vertical text align and hyphenate text in page language pattern.

 

Available patterns:

  • English (US and GB)
  • German
  • French
  • Dutch (thanks to Remco Bloemen)
  • Swedish (thanks to Andreas Johansson)
  • Spanish (thanks to Luis Pabón)
  • Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi, Oriya, Kannda, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati and Panjabi (thanks to Santhosh Thottingal)
  • Italian (thanks to Stefano Gorini)
  • Finnish (thanks to Olli Wilkman)
  • Russian (thanks to Dmitry Vedernikov)
  • Polish (thanks to Kamil)
  • Danish (thanks to Henrik Ryom)
  • Portuguese (thanks to Lailson Bandeira)
  • Hungarian (thanks to Péter Nagy)
  • Czech (thanks to Martin Haso?)
  • Ukrainian (thanks to Alexey Grekov)
  • Turkish (thanks to Andreas Lappe)
  • Armenian (thanks to Sahak Petrosyan)
  • Lithuanian (thanks to Rogut?s Sparnuotos)
  • Slovenian (thanks to Mojca Miklavec)
  • Latin (thanks to Pablo Rodríguez)
  • Greek, monoton, polyton and ancient (thanks to Pablo Rodríguez)
  • Belarusian (thanks to Olexandr Zhydenko)
  • Norwegian (thanks to Erik Erik Seierstad)
  • Latvian (thanks to Kristaps Karlsons)
  • Catalan (thanks to Jordi Rosell)
  • Serbian Latin script (thanks to Sonja Keljevic)
  • Esperanto (coming soon, thanks to Sergio Pokrovskij)
  • Estonian (coming soon, thanks to Enn Saar and Peeter Marvet)

 

For specific cases inline attributes can be used. For example to force text vertical alignment to bottom of columns use:

{AC vertAlign="bottom"}Your text...{/AC}

 

List of inline attributes:
  • textAlign (left, center, right, justify)
  • vertAlign (top, middle, bottom)
  • spacing (space between cols in px)
  • hyphenator (1 or 0)
  • brake_code (string for triggering break to next column)

 


 

 

 
 

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