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    Farthest Frontier

    Module:Navbox top and bottom

    Usage[edit source]

    {{#invoke:Navbox top and bottom|function_name}}



    -- This implements {{navbox top}} and {{navbox bottom}}
    local p = {}
    
    local function build_navbox(parentArgs, list)
    	local args = {}
        for argName, value in pairs(parentArgs) do
            if value ~= '' then
                if type(argName) == 'string' then
                    args[argName] = value
                end
            end
        end
        args['bodystyle'] = 'display:table;' .. (args['bodystyle'] or '')
        args['list1padding'] = '0'
        args['list1style'] = 'border-width:0;'
        args['list1'] = list
        -- Note Navbox.navbox() has a kludge to order the parent frame's args
        -- into a specific order. For now, this is omitted from this module.
    
    	local Navbox = require('Module:Navbox')
        return Navbox._navbox(args)
    end
    
    function p.top(frame)
    	local args = frame:getParent().args
    	local parts = mw.text.split(build_navbox(args, '<ADD LIST HERE>'), '<ADD LIST HERE>')
    	return parts[1]
    end
    
    function p.bottom(frame)
    	local args = frame:getParent().args
    	local parts = mw.text.split(build_navbox(args, '<ADD LIST HERE>'), '<ADD LIST HERE>')
    	return parts[2]
    end
    
    return p
    
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