Locally, the MediaWiki software parses not like on Wikipedia


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Trying to understand the syntax and structure of the MediaWiki software. Like everything is clear, create templates like on Wikipedia locally and see what happens.
There's only one weird moment.
The template {{Animation/Film}} is usually the second after {{Mult/Header}}. For example, you can look at the edit page of the cartoon the lion King. Now, if you look the page itself, we will see that to the right goes first Cartoon/Header and genres is the Cartoon/Movie.

What I do not understand in this template ({{Cartoon/Movie}}): it starts with { | , i.e. they must be table. I have and it turns out, after the Cartoon/Header is a new table and floats to the left, so. But of Wikipedia itself somehow very different.

Sobsno a question: why is Wikipedia wrong? As there are so parsed that the table stops being a table?
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Yeah, just like you — no gluing tables.
And you can ask on the technical forum of the Russian section.
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Maybe it's the extension, compare the versions and availability of extension there and have.
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