1st No. is the first number displayed representing the base value.
2nd No. is the second number displayed representing the object value.
This is the number of decimal places to round the percentage change to.
This adds a prefix to the first and second numbers.
This adds a prefix to the first number.
This adds a prefix to the second number.
This adds a suffix to the first and second numbers.
This adds a suffix to the first number.
This adds a suffix to the second number.
This adds or removes the (tl)-compatible sort key from the first two cells. The default is only to add this if a prefix or suffix is used (i.e. only if needed).
This can either have the value of on or off. italics=on makes the output italic. The default is italics=off.
This can either have the value of on or off. bolds=on makes the output bold. The default is bold=off.
This can either have the value of on or off. invert=on switches the base and object values in the calculation of percentage change. The default is invert=off.
This adjusts the alignment of text in cells. align=center and align=left aligns the text to the centre and left respectively. The default is align=right.
This adjust the row span of cells. The default is rowspan=1.
This adjusts the background colour of cells. The default is bgcolour=#F9F9F9 (light grey).
This controls what is output. disp=out produces the percentage change only (and thus align, rowspan and bgcolour do not work with disp=out). The default is disp=row which produces three cells in a table row.
The following sortable tables illustrate the use of this template.