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Here is an example of a page which uses lots of tables and table formatting.
 
Here is an example of a page which uses lots of tables and table formatting.
  
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== Basic colored region ==
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<div style="margin:0; margin-top:10px; margin-right:10px; border:1px solid #dfdfdf; padding:0 1em 1em 1em; background-color:#ffffcc; align:right; ">
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'''NEWS:''' CELF has announced their [[CELF Open Project Proposal 2010|Open Project Proposal plan]] for 2010 contract projects.
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</div>
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== Basic Table with border and colored header ==
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I do these a lot.
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{| border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5"
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|-bgcolor="#80c0d0"
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!Description
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!Status
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!Notes
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|[http://elinux.org/Linux_Tiny Linux-tiny]      || In active maintenance. Path set published for 2.6.24
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| Maintainer is Michael Opdenacker (with help from Thomas Petazzoni).  See [[Linux Tiny Patch Details]] for details about the patch status.
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|-
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|kpagemap - memory instrumentation                        ||mainlined in Feb, 2008 (for 2.6.25)
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* Can show details about every allocated and virtual page on the system.
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* Introduces PSS and USS size metrics
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** PSS - Proportional Set Size
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** USS - Unique Set Size
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|}
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== Action Item lists ==
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See [[Embedded wiki to-do list]]
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== Status Table ==
 
There are probably better ways to do this, but see:
 
There are probably better ways to do this, but see:
  
 
[[Project Status Table]]
 
[[Project Status Table]]

Revision as of 23:57, 2 December 2009

Here is an example of a page which uses lots of tables and table formatting.

Basic colored region

NEWS: CELF has announced their Open Project Proposal plan for 2010 contract projects.

Basic Table with border and colored header

I do these a lot.

Description Status Notes
Linux-tiny In active maintenance. Path set published for 2.6.24 Maintainer is Michael Opdenacker (with help from Thomas Petazzoni). See Linux Tiny Patch Details for details about the patch status.
kpagemap - memory instrumentation mainlined in Feb, 2008 (for 2.6.25)
  • Can show details about every allocated and virtual page on the system.
  • Introduces PSS and USS size metrics
    • PSS - Proportional Set Size
    • USS - Unique Set Size

Action Item lists

See Embedded wiki to-do list

Status Table

There are probably better ways to do this, but see:

Project Status Table