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<includeonly>{| style="float:left; marginmax-width:0.46em 0.2em;120px" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="0"! <div style="backgroundposition: relative; z-index:3; left:4px; width: 124px; height: 118px; overflow: hidden"><div style="position: absolute; z-index:#FF66662; width: 120px; height:60px114px; left: 0px; top: 2px; padding: 0;">[[File:ILI-F.png|link={{{2}}}]]</div><div style="background:black; position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 2px; width: 110px; height: 110px; overflow: hidden"><div style="position: relative; background:black; z-index:1; width: 322px; left: -101px; top: 2px;">[[{{{21}}}|x110px|center|link=]]</div></div></div>
! styleheight="background:#FF6666; width:120px; height:120px50"valign=top|[[{{{1}}}|100x100px|border|{{{2}}}|link<font color=E60000>{{{2}}}</font>]]|}</includeonly><noinclude>This template takes an image for a '''forbidden''' species and adds a '''red''' border around it so that it can be displayed in a similar fashion as a gallery image '''''with the added benefit that the image now links directly to the species and not to the image itself!'''''<br><br>Normally, you could link an image directly by using the link= parameter [[httpFile:// as explained herepng|center|link=]], but the gallery format of the SB118 wiki currently does not support this feature.
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|- valign="top"
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'''How to Use This Template:'''<br>
#Let's say you want to create a gallery picture for the Quantum Singularity Lifeforms. Find the name of the image you want to use (in this case, "File:Quantumsingularitylifeform.jpeg") and the name of the article for the species (in this case "Quantum Singularity Lifeforms").

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