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{{Here is some text.}} produces: Here is some text.

This template is for formatting short bits of content as monospaced (i.e. non-proportionally spaced) text. It is simply a quick shorthand for the necessary CSS code and a replacement for <tt>...</tt>, a sloppy old-school HTML way of achieving the same effect. Many elements that have only a stylistic font effect and no semantic meaning have been deprecated since 1998 in favor of CSS styling (and the few that have not have been generally deprecated by the Web development community anyway). Use of this template better separates content and presentation in Wikipedia articles.

This template should be used where the content is being rendered in monospaced text for purely stylistic/display reasons, where this display has no particular semantic significance.

It should not be used to indicate source code, nor for variables or variable input (use <code>...</code> and <var>...</var>, respectively).

It can be used to mark up content that would otherwise have been marked up with <kbd>...</kbd> or <samp>...</samp;> (definitions) – elements not supported by the MediaWiki software – but <code>...</code> may be more appropriate, depending upon the content and context.

It cannot be used to mark up multiple paragraphs, sections or other block elements, as it uses <span>, which is an inline element. See {{Monoblock}} for a <div>-based block version. Or, multiple instances of {{mono}} can be invoked.

To specify a font-size for the monospaced text, add it as the first parameter (followed by the text as the second):

{{mono|1.0em|This text is monospaced at 1.0em.}} produces: This text is monospaced at 1.0em.
{{mono|115%|This text is monospaced at 115% font-size.}} produces: This text is monospaced at 115% font-size.
..and so on.

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