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=Roll Template Examples=
 
=Roll Template Examples=

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Main Page: Building Character Sheets

This is a guide on how to create & edit Roll Templates for your Character Sheets.

See Roll Templates for how they work in general, and how to use the Default rolltemplate.

If you are a Sheet Author, you can include as many roll templates as you want in your Character Sheet HTML and CSS. We'll let you know how below.

If you are a Pro subscriber, you can create your own Roll Templates if you are using the "Custom" character sheet option with your game. Follow the instructions below.

Roll Templates in Legacy Sheet seems to work exactly the same in CSE sheets.

Contents

Defining the Layout of the Roll Template

The first step in creating a Roll Template is defining the layout, including what properties you are going to make available to be filled in by player. Roll Templates are just HTML, and you have access to all the same HTML as any other part of a Character Sheet (including div and table). Here's an example of the layout of a Roll Table:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-test">
    <div class="sheet-template-container">
	<div class="sheet-template-header">{{rollname}}</div>
	{{#attack}}<div class="sheet-template-row">Attack: {{attack}} {{attackadvantage}} vs AC</div>{{/attack}}
        {{#damage}}
	<div class="sheet-template-row"><span>Damage: </span>{{damage}} 
        <span>Crit: </span>{{dmgcrit}}</div>
	<div class="sheet-template-row"><span>Type: </span>{{dmgtype}}</div>
       {{/damage}}
       {{#atteffect}}
	 <div class="sheet-template-row">
	 <span class="sheet-template-desc">Effect: </span>{{atteffect}}
         </div>
       {{/atteffect}}
</rolltemplate>

Macro Creation

Advanced

Misc.

Your template should have a rolltemplate tag with a class of sheet-rolltemplate-<template_name>. template_name is the same name that will be used in the &{template:<template_name>} portion of the command, and should not contain spaces. You can put the roll template anywhere you want in your Character Sheet's HTML, but we recommend putting it at the very end. It will automatically be "removed' from your template so it isn't shown as part of the sheet in the Character view. Note that you cannot nest rolltemplates inside of each other.

After that, it's up to you to decide how to structure your roll. We recommend a rectangular layout, but it's up to you.

<!-- This will work. -->
<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-works">...</rolltemplate>

<!-- This will NOT work. -->
<rolltemplate class='sheet-rolltemplate-fails'>...</rolltemplate>


Restrictions

Known quirks that affect how Roll templates works, and how they differ from other parts of a sheet:

  • All attributes in Roll Templates need to be written with double quotes("), as single quotes(') results in roll template code being completely ignored.
  • The macros for roll templates are sensitive to leading spaces, so {{name=Dexterity}} will work, but {{ name=Dexterity}} won't
  • Character Sheet Translation details how translation-tags interact with Roll templates, and how to add translations to them
  • Roll Template CSS still needs the sheet- prefix both in HTML and CSS, even when making CSE-sheets.
  • Ensure the CSS does NOT include @charset, as this will cause the CSS to parse incorrectly.


Check also Building_Character_Sheets#Restrictions for all full list of Roll20-specific quirks when it comes to HTML/CSS/JS, as well as Common Mistakes - Sheet Development

Specifications

Details on the various properties, helper functions and more, which the roll templates are created from.

Properties

You can include any property you'd like by using the double-curly-braces. So {{myproperty}} would output whatever (inline roll, text. etc.) is given to the template via {{myproperty=<value>}} in the roll. To create a new property, just add it to your template and give it a unique name. Again, avoid the use of spaces to ensure maximum compatibility with all helper functions.

Logic

If you do {{#<property>}} followed by {{/<property>}}, all of the parts between those two tags will only be shown if the property contains a value. This can be useful for providing several different parts to a template which may only be used some of the time. For example, the "Effect" part of a roll may only apply to spells, so if the roll doesn't provide an effect, that section will not be shown.

You can also do {{^<property>}} followed by {{/<property>}} to mean the opposite -- that is, only show the section if the given property does not exist.

Helper Functions

There are several helper functions dealing with rolls provided as well. You use these just like the normal Logic pattern above, but you are calling a function and providing a property. The section contained between the tags will only be shown if the function evaluates to true.

Helper Function Shows Section If
{{#rollWasCrit() <rollname>}} If the provided roll contains any crits, the section will be shown. For example, {{#rollWasCrit() attack}} would check the "attack" property for an inline roll that has at least one critical roll.
{{#rollWasFumble() <rollname>}} Same as #rollWasCrit(), but checks for any fumbles (rolls of 1).
{{#rollTotal() <rollname>}} Checks the total of an inline roll for the value. If they match, the section is shown. For example, {{#rollTotal() attack 10}} would check the "attack" property for an inline roll that totaled 10.
{{#rollGreater() <rollname>}} Checks the total of an inline roll for the value. If the roll result is greater, the section is shown. For example, {{#rollGreater() AC 16}} would check the "AC" property for an inline roll that resulted in 17 or higher.
{{#rollLess() <rollname>}} Checks the total of an inline roll for the value. If the roll result is less, the section is shown. For example, {{#rollLess() deathsave 10}} would check the "deathsave" property for an inline roll that resulted in 9 or less.
{{#rollBetween() <rollname>}} Checks the total of an inline roll for the value. The rollBetween() function accepts two numbers. If the roll result is equal to or between, the section is shown. For example, {{#rollBetween() strength 7 9}} would check the "strength" property for an inline roll that resulted in a seven, eight, or nine.

Note: All helper functions will only check the first inline roll found in a property.

Important: When you "close" the section of a helper function, you must put the entire function call including all arguments. For example, {{#rollWasCrit() attack}} would be closed by {{/rollWasCrit() attack}}.

Here's an example roll template that would only show its Critical Damage section if the Attack roll is a crit:

    <div class="sheet-template-container">
		<div class="sheet-template-header">{{rollname}}</div>
		{{#attack}}<div class="sheet-template-row"><span>Attack: </span>{{attack}}</div>{{/attack}}
		<div class="sheet-template-row">
			<span>Damage: </span>{{damage}} 
			{{#rollWasCrit() attack}}
				<span>Crit: </span>{{dmgcrit}}
			{{/rollWasCrit() attack}}
		</div>
		<div class="sheet-template-row"><span>Type: </span>{{dmgtype}}</div>
   </div>

Inverting The Logic: It's also useful to be able to test when something does not match the logic. If you want to know when a roll is Equal to OR Greater than a total, you cant do that directly. But you can test if a roll is NOT Less than a total, which is the same thing.

You do this starting with #^ and ending with /^. Here's how that test could look look:

{{#rollLess() attackroll }}
     <span>Roll Less Than attackroll! </span>
{{/rollLess() attackroll }}
{{#^rollLess() attackroll }}
     <span>Roll NOT Less than attackroll!</span>
     <span>In other words, Roll is greater than or equal to attackroll.</span>
{{/^rollLess() attackroll }}

Helper Function Variables

All of the helper functions that accept a number, such as rollTotal() or rollBetween(), can use the result of another inline roll in the same Roll Template in place of the number. For example {{#rollGreater() save poison}} would compare the result of the save inline roll and the poison inline roll and show the section if the save result was greater.

Special Helper Function: allProps()

There is a special helper function called allProps() that can be used to dynamically list all of the properties that were passed to a roll, even if you don't explicitly include them. You can also specify properties to ignore. For example, the following would show a table with a table row for each property included in the roll, except for the attack-property:

<div>
    <caption>{{name}}</caption>
    {{#allprops() attack}}
       <div>{{key}}</div><div>{{value}}</div>
    {{/allprops() attack}}
</div>

Capitalization matters! While the function is called allProps() in these documents, it needs to be allprops() with a lowercase "p" to work correctly.

Custom Roll Parsing(NEW)

As of July 13th, 2021, character sheets can now combine the functionality of roll buttons and action buttons to allow for roll parsing, and it includes some new changes to roll templates. This section of the wiki will be updated as the community explores these new features. See also the sheetworkerbutton-sections for this.

<button type="action" name="act_test">Click me</button>

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-test">
    <div class="sheet-template-container">
        <h1>{{name}}</h1>
        <div class="sheet-results">
            <h4>Result = {{roll1}}</h4>
            <h4>Custom Result = {{computed::roll1}}</h4>
        </div>
    </div>
</rolltemplate>

<script type="text/worker">
    on('clicked:test', (info) => {
        startRoll("&{template:test} {{name=Test}} {{roll1=[[1d20]]}}", (results) => {
            const total = results.results.roll1.result
            const computed = total % 4;

            finishRoll(
                results.rollId,
                {
                    roll1: computed,
                }
            );
        });
    });
</script>

Translation

Main Page: Character_Sheet_Translation#Roll_Templates
In case your sheet have i18n-language tags integrated to your sheet code, you could also add translation keyword to the roll templates, which would make it possible to create macros that are language-independent, so if someone using roll20 in English sends their French friend a macro, the macro would automatically show the French words when the French person makes/reads the roll results.

What language a character sheet/the Roll20 site is show as is user-specific, so if a mixed-language group uses a sheet that have translations, each individual would see the results in their own language, independent from the other people.

If you add {{initiative}} to a section of a roll template on your sheet, you can then later in a macro using the template refrence it by adding ^{initiative} into your macro.

This will display the translation for the initiative-i18n tag.

Styling Roll Templates

To style a Roll Template, just include CSS for it in the CSS for your Character Sheet. Here's a quick example that should give you a good idea of how to do it (in this example, the roll template's name is test):

.sheet-rolltemplate-test div.sheet-template-container {
	border: 2px solid #000 !important;
	border-radius: 3px 3px 3px 3px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test .sheet-template-header {
	background-color: rgba(112, 32, 130,1);
	color: #000;
	padding: 2px;
	border-bottom: 1px solid black;
	line-height: 1.6em;
	font-size: 1.2em;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test div {
	padding: 5px;
	border-bottom: 1px solid black;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test div:nth-child(odd) {
	background-color: rgba(217, 217, 214,1);
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test div:nth-child(even) {
	background-color: rgba(233, 233, 233,1);
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test .inlinerollresult  {
	display: inline-block;
	min-width: 1.5em;
	text-align: center;
	border: 2px solid rgba(167, 168, 170,1);
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test .inlinerollresult.fullcrit {
	border: 2px solid #3FB315;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test .inlinerollresult.fullfail {
	border: 2px solid #B31515;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-test .inlinerollresult.importantroll {
	border: 2px solid #4A57ED;
}

Notice that all of the styles begin with .sheet-rolltemplate-<templatename>. You can then style your own custom HTML (such as <span>, <div>, <table>, and classes that you used). Note that any classes you include in your roll template layout (such as tcat in the above example) will have .userscript- added to the beginning of them for security reasons. The easiest thing to do is to create your layout, then perform a roll in-game and inspect the resulting HTML so you can make sure you are accounting for any security filtering that is taking place.

Styling Chat Buttons

If you use Chat Buttons or Chat Menus for your rolls, it can be nice to change the default style of the chat buttons to match your rolltemplate.

If you add a rule for .sheet-rolltemplate-default, you can change the looks on the default rolltemplate as well.


by Kraynic
.sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^='!'],.sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^='~'],
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom a[href^='!'],.sheet-rolltemplate-custom a[href^='~']{
    background-color:transparent;
    border:0;
    color:#3f8aa6;
    display:inline;
    padding: 0
}

Styling them to have a border, or to highlight on hover, makes them more obvious as buttons, without deviating too much from the rest of the template.

Hover Effect Example by Andreas J.

.sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^='!'],.sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^='~'],
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod a[href^='!'],.sheet-rolltemplatewod a[href^='~']{
    background-color:transparent;
    border: 2px solid blue;
    color: #3f8aa6;
    display: inline;
    padding: 0 3px;
    border-radius: 9px;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^="!"]:hover, .sheet-rolltemplate-default a[href^="~"]:hover,
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod a[href^="!"]:hover, .charsheet .sheet-rolltemplatewod a[href^="~"]:hover {
    background-color: #6d866f70;
    color: black;
}

=Roll Template Examples=
Listed below are a handful of system specific examples of the Roll Template functionality.

==Default==
[[File:Roll template default example2.JPG|thumbnail|right|500px|Results using the default rolltemplate ]]
{{main|Roll Templates#Default}}

Example of the [[Roll Templates#Default|default rolltemplate]] that is always available, regardless of character sheet. If you aren't ready to make your own, you can start by using it at first, but it can't be styled. When you want to try making your own rolltemplate, try start with [[#Jakob's Better Default Rolltemplate|Jakob's Better Default Rolltemplate]] as a basis, as it's made to look & work similar to the default, while looking better, being more flexible, and having extra options built it.

<pre style="overflow:hidden;white-space:pre-wrap">
&{template:default} {{name=Test Attack}} {{attack=[[1d20+3]]}} {{note= This is some description or something}} {{Saving Throw= vs Will}}


Jakob's Better Default Rolltemplate

In this , Jakob created a better rolltemplate, that looks & works better be used in place of the default one.

You can add this to your sheet by simply adding the roll template HTML & CSS code to the end of your existing , and you're able to use the macro examples to call it. See Buttons for how to create

By default it looks and behaves similarly, but have extra features and is an easy starting point for creating your own.

  • Support for title and subtitle (e.g. roll name and character name, {{title= roll name}} and {{subtitle= character name}})
  • Easy support for adding extra colors via {{color=foo}} (colors red and green included as a demonstration - colors need to be hardcoded into the CSS, it doesn't seem possible to color the title dynamically)
  • Full-width description field at the bottom, ({{desc= Full-width description here}})
  • Customizable column widths
    Macro(Example 1)


Macro, Example 1:

(uses the title , subtitle, and two generic fields)

&{template:custom} {{title=Energy Claws}} {{subtitle=Razor Claw(Hero)}} {{Attack = [[1d20+5]]}} {{Notes = +2 to hit vs. anyone surprised}}
Macro(Example 2)

Macro, Example 2:

(uses the title, one generic, and the description field)

&{template:custom} {{title=Energy Claws}} {{Attack = [[1d20+5]]}} {{desc=**Special:** +2 to hit vs. anyone surprised. If you make a leap as part of the attack or have the high ground, this bonus is instead +3}}
Macro(Example 3)

Macro, Example 3:

(uses the color selector(green), and title, subtitle, one generic, and the description field)

&{template:custom} {{color=green}} {{title=Energy Claws(Attack)}} {{subtitle=Razor Claw(Hero)}} {{Fighting = [[{1d8!, 1d6!}k1]] }} {{Damage = [[3d6!]] }} {{desc=Energy Claws is an Innate Attack, Superpower. Requires conscious activation.}}

HTML:

<input type="text" name="attr_character_name" />  
<input type="number" name="attr_attack" value="1d20+5" /> // example inputs that are used in the 
<input type="text" name="attr_attackname" />
<button type="roll" name="roll_attack" value="&{template:custom} {{title=@{attackname} }}  {{Attack = [[@{attack}]]}} {{desc=**Special:** @{character_name} has **+2** to hit vs. anyone who is surprised. If you make a leap as part of the attack or have the high ground, this bonus is instead **+3**. }}" >Attack example</button>
// roll button shows an example of how the roll template can be used 
<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-custom">
  <div class="sheet-container sheet-color-{{color}}">
    <div class="sheet-header">
      {{#title}}<div class="sheet-title">{{title}}</div>{{/title}}
      {{#subtitle}}<div class="sheet-subtitle">{{subtitle}}</div>{{/subtitle}}
    </div>
    <div class="sheet-content">
      {{#allprops() title subtitle desc color}}
      <div class="sheet-key">{{key}}</div>
      <div class="sheet-value">{{value}}</div>
      {{/allprops() title subtitle desc color}}
      {{#desc}}<div class="sheet-desc">{{desc}}</div>{{/desc}}
    </div>
  </div>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

/* Smaller margins - remove these if you want the huge default left margin */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom {
  margin-left: -37px;
}
.withoutavatars .sheet-rolltemplate-custom {
  margin-left: -7px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-container {
  border: 1px solid;
  /* by default, the border is the same color as the header. You can change this here, e.g. to black */
  border-color: var(--header-bg-color);
}

/* Header formatting - title and subtitle */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-header {
  background-color: var(--header-bg-color);
  /* change text-align to center to center the header text */
  text-align: left;
  color: var(--header-text-color);
  padding: 5px;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-title {
  font-size:1.1em;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-subtitle {
  font-size:.9em;
}

/* example colors */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-container {
  /* this is the default color */
  --header-bg-color: rgba(112,32,130,1);
  --header-text-color: #FFF;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-container.sheet-color-red {
  --header-bg-color: #F00;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-container.sheet-color-green {
  --header-bg-color: #0F0;
  --header-text-color: #000;
}

/* Allprops part */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-content {
  display: grid;
  background: #FFF;
  /* Header formatting - modify the column layout below */
  grid-template-columns: auto auto;
  /* Line height to match default roll template */
  line-height:1.4em;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-content > div {
  padding: 5px;
}

/* Left column */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-content .sheet-key {
  font-weight: bold;
  padding-right: 10px;
  text-align: right;
}

/* Empty rule, use this if you want to change the right column 
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-value {
}
*/

/* Make even-numbered rows grey */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-content :nth-child(4n+3),
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-content :nth-child(4n) {
  background:#EEE;
}

/* Description field */
.sheet-rolltemplate-custom .sheet-desc {
  grid-column: span 2;
  padding: 5px;
  text-align: center;
}

Migrate from Default to Jakob's

Default roll template(top) vs. Jakob's improved version(bottom)

If you previously used the default roll template on your sheet and want to edit the macros to work with the new one, there are two spots you must to edit to make it work.

This macro using the default roll template:

&{template:default} {{name=Sword Attack}} {{attack=[[1d20]]}} {{damage=[[2d6]]}} {{Notes=Sword shouts "Gnome" repeatedly when you're within 20ft of any halfling or dwarf.}}

Needs at the very least change the template name and swap the header name from name to title, to keep things working the same:

&{template:custom} {{title=Sword Attack}} {{attack=[[1d20]]}} {{damage=[[2d6]]}} {{Notes=Sword shouts "Gnome" repeatedly when you're within 20ft of any halfling or dwarf.}}

Furthermore, the macro can be improved by switching the last generic field to use the full-width desc-field, and adding the subtitle field to show the name of the character to avoid confusion about who made the roll.

&{template:custom} {{title=Sword Attack}} {{subtitle= Average Ruffian}} {{attack=[[1d20]]}} {{damage=[[2d6]]}} {{desc=Sword shouts "Gnome" repeatedly when you're within 20ft of any halfling or dwarf.}}

Stargate

Result of the example macro at bottom

The rolltemplate used on the Stargate RPG sheet, partially based on Jacob's template, with some adjustments.

Macro:

&{template:stargate} {{title=Title of the Roll}} {{subtitle=Subtitle which is optional }} {{color=}} {{Normal row= The sheet can have any number of these sections. Everything to the left of the equal sign is bolded.}} {{desc= If the left side contain exactly "desc", then the equal sign is removed and any content is spread to the with of the full template. Inline roll: [[d20+3]] }}

HTML:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-stargate">
  <div class="sheet-container sheet-color-{{color}}">
    <div class="sheet-header">
      {{#title}}<div class="sheet-title">{{title}}<img class="sheet-phoenix" src="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/master/Stargate-RPG/images/SG-phoenix.png" alt="Stargate Phoenix logo"> </div>{{/title}}
      {{#subtitle}}<div class="sheet-subtitle">{{subtitle}}</div>{{/subtitle}}
    </div>
    <div class="sheet-content">
      {{#allprops() title subtitle desc color}}
      <div class="sheet-key">{{key}}</div>
      <div class="sheet-value">{{value}}</div>
      {{/allprops() title subtitle desc color}}
      {{#desc}}<div class="sheet-desc">{{desc}}</div>{{/desc}}
    </div>
  </div>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate {
  margin-left: -37px;
}
.withoutavatars .sheet-rolltemplate-stargate {
  margin-left: -7px;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-container {
  border: 3px solid black;
  border-radius: 3px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-header {
  background-color: var(--header-bg-color);
  color: var(--header-text-color);
  text-align: left;
  text-transform: capitalize;
  padding: 5px;
  border-bottom: 2px solid black;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-title {
  font-size: 1.2em;
  font-weight: bold;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-title img.sheet-phoenix {
  width: 33px;
  height: 33px;
  float: right;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-subtitle {
  font-size: 0.9em;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-container {
  --header-bg-color: #a83521;
  --header-text-color: #FFF;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-container.sheet-color-green {
  --header-bg-color: #008000;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-container.sheet-color-black {
  --header-bg-color: #000;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-container.sheet-color-white {
  --header-bg-color: #FFF;
  --header-text-color: #000;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-content {
  display: grid;
  background: #FFF;
  grid-template-columns: auto auto;
  line-height: 1.4em;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-content > div {
  padding: 5px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-content .sheet-key {
  font-weight: bold;
  padding-right: 10px;
  text-align: right;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-content :nth-child(4n+3),
.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-content :nth-child(4n) {
  background: #EEE;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-stargate .sheet-desc {
  grid-column: span 2;
  padding: 5px;
  text-align: center;
}

Chronicles of Darkness

Result of the example macro from CoD sheet
GitHubLogo.png

Example from the community-maintained "Chronicles of Darkness" sheet, displaying the default "Sheet Roll" option.


Macro, standalone:

&{template:wod} {{name=Raca }} {{dicePool=5}} {{dicePoolHtml=Intelligence (5)}} {{mod=[[?{Modifiers|0}]]}} {{woundpenalty=[[0]]}} {{result=[[{((?{Modifiers|0}+0+5))d10!cs>10}>8]]}}

Macro(copied from sheet):

&{template:wod} {{name=@{Raca|character_name}}} {{dicePool=@{Raca|dice_pool}}} {{dicePoolHtml=@{Raca|dice_pool_html}}} {{mod=[[?{@{Raca|modifiermacro}|0}]]}} {{woundpenalty=[[@{Raca|wound_penalty}]]}} {{result=[[{((?{@{Raca|modifiermacro}|0}+@{Raca|wound_penalty}+@{Raca|dice_pool})@{Raca|rolltype}

The second macro relies on stats & variables stored on a character sheet to work, and those values are updated with by a sheetworker when you interact with the sheet's Dice Roller section.

HTML:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-wod">
    <table>
        <tr><th>{{name}} <span data-i18n="rolls">rolls</span> {{dicePool}}</th></tr>
        <tr>
            <td>
                {{dicePoolHtml}}
                {{#^rollTotal() woundpenalty 0}}
                <div>
                    <span data-i18n="wound">Wound</span> <span data-i18n="penalty">Penalty</span>({{woundpenalty}})
                </div>
                {{/^rollTotal() woundpenalty 0}}
                {{#^rollTotal() mod 0}}
                <div>
                    <span data-i18n="modifiers">Modifiers</span>({{mod}})
                </div>
                {{/^rollTotal() mod 0}}
            </td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td class="result">{{result}} <span data-i18n="successes">Successes</span></td>
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td class="specialrollflag">
                {{#chance}}
                    0C
                {{/chance}}
                {{#9again}}
                    9A
                {{/9again}}
                {{#8again}}
                    8A
                {{/8again}}
            </td>
        </tr>
    </table>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

.sheet-rolltemplate-wod table
{
    width: 189px;
    height: 100%;
    background: url(https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/master/Chronicles%20of%20Darkness/images/roll.jpg) no-repeat top left;
    background-size: 189px 100%;
    font-family: "Courier New", Courier, monospace;
    font-weight: bold;
    border-spacing: 0;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod th
{
    color: rgb(112, 0, 0);
    padding: 20px 20px 2px 20px;
    line-height: 1.2em;
    font-size: 1.2em;
    text-align: left;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod td
{
    padding: 2px 20px 2px 20px;
    font-size: 1.0em;
    vertical-align: top;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .sheet-result
{
    font-size: 1.2em;
    text-align: center;
    color: rgb(112, 0, 0);
    padding: 2px 20px 2px 20px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult
{
    background-color: transparent;
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod-attack .inlinerollresult
 {
    background-color: transparent;
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
    font-size: 1em;
    padding: 0px;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.fullcrit
{
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.fullfail
{
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.importantroll
{
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .sheet-specialrollflag
{
    color: #000000;
    height: 30px;
    text-align: right;
    vertical-align: top;
}

Outdated

The examples below are from 2015, but are kept for completeness sake. They are severly outdated, likely won't work, and doesn't represent how those sheets work right now.

D&D 5E

Outdated example
Example of the main attack roll template.
Rolltemplate 5e.png
Macro:
&{template:5eAttack} {{name=@{meleeweaponname1}}} {{subtags=Main Hand, Finess, @{meleedmgtype1}}} {{attack=[[1d20+@{meleetohit1}]]}} {{attackadv=[[1d20+@{meleetohit1}]]}} {{damage=[[@{meleedmg1}+@{meleedmgbonus1}]]}} {{dmgcrit=[[@{meleedmg1}]]}}

HTML:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack">
    <div class="container">
        <div><h1>{{name}}</h1></div>
        <div><span class="subheader">{{subtags}}</span></div>
        <div class="arrow-container"><div class="arrow-right"></div></div>
        <div class="rowcolor"><span class="tcat">Attack: </span>{{attack}} | {{attackadv}} vs AC</div>
        {{#damage}}
            <div>
                 <span class="tcat">Damage: </span>{{damage}} 
                 <span class="tcat">Crit: </span>{{dmgcrit}}
            </div>
        {{/damage}}
        {{#snkattk}}
            <div>
                 <span class="tcat">Sneak Attack: </span>{{snkattk}} 
                 <span class="tcat">Crit: </span>{{snkcrit}}
            </div>
        {{/snkattk}}
    </div>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .sheet-container {
    background-color: #ffffff;
    border: 1px solid;
    padding: 2px;
    width: 189px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .sheet-container h1 {
    color: rgb(126, 45, 64);
    font-size: 1.2em;
    font-variant: small-caps;
    line-height: 20px;
}

.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack div {
    padding: 2px;
};
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack span {
    color: rgb(126, 45, 64);
    font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
    font-size: 1.2em;
    font-variant: small-caps;
    line-height: 1.6em;
    padding-left: 5px;
    text-align: left;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .sheet-subheader {
    color: #000;
    font-size: 1em;
    font-style: italic;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .sheet-arrow-right {
    border-bottom: 2px solid transparent;
    border-left: 180px solid rgb(126, 45, 64);
    border-top: 2px solid transparent;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .sheet-tcat {
    font-style: italic;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .inlinerollresult  {
    background-color: #ffffff;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .inlinerollresult.fullcrit {
    color: #3FB315;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .inlinerollresult.fullfail {
    color: #B31515;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-5eAttack .inlinerollresult.importandivoll {
    color: #4A57ED;
    border: none;
}


Pathfinder

Outdated example
Rolltemplate pf.png
Macro:
&{template:pf_spell} {{name=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_name}}}{{school=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_school}}} {{level=sorcerer/wizard 0}} {{casting_time=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_cast-time}}} {{components=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_components}}} {{range=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_range}}} {{target=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_targets}}} {{duration=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_duration}}} {{saving_throw=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_save}}} {{sr=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_sr}}} {{rng_attack=[[1d20 + @{attk-ranged}]]}} {{damage=1d3([[1d3]])}} {{spell_description=@{repeating_lvl-0-spells_0_description}}}

HTML:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell">
    <table>
        <tr><th>{{name}}</th></tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">School </span>{{school}}; <span class="tcat">Level </span>{{level}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Casting Time </span>{{casting_time}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Components </span>{{components}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Range </span>{{range}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Effect/Target </span>{{target}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Duration </span>{{duration}}</td>        
        </tr>
        <tr>
            <td><span class="tcat">Saving Throw </span>{{saving_throw}}; <span class="tcat">Spell Resistance </span>{{sr}}</td>         
        </tr>
        {{#rng_attack}}
            <tr><td><span class="tcat">Ranged Attack </span>{{rng_attack}}</td></tr>
        {{/rng_attack}}
        {{#mel_attack}}
            <tr><td><span class="tcat">Melee Attack </span>{{mel_attack}}</td></tr>
        {{/mel_attack}}
		{{#damage}}
			<tr><td><span class="tcat">Damage: </span>{{damage}}</td></tr>
		{{/damage}}
        <tr>
            <td>{{spell_description}}</td>        
        </tr>
    </table>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell table {
    width: 100%;
    padding: 2px;
    background:url(http://i.imgur.com/BLb0XMU.jpg) top left repeat;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell th {
	color: rgb(233, 223, 151);
    background-color: rgb(63, 32, 33);
    padding-left: 5px;
	line-height: 1.1em;
	font-size: 1em;
    text-align: left;
	font-family: "Arial", Helvetica, sans-serif;
    text-transform: uppercase;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .sheet-arrow-right {
    border-top: 3px solid transparent;
    border-bottom: 3px solid transparent;
	border-left: 180px solid rgb(126, 45, 64);
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .sheet-tcat {
    font-weight: bold;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell td {
    padding-left: 5px;
    font-size: 0.9em;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .inlinerollresult  {
    background-color: transparent;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .inlinerollresult.fullcrit {
	color: #3FB315;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .inlinerollresult.fullfail {
	color: #B31515;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-pf_spell .inlinerollresult.importantroll {
	color: #4A57ED;
    border: none;
}

World of Darkness

Outdated example
Rolltemplate wod.png
Macro:
&{template:wod} {{name=@{character_name}}} {{roll_name=Command}} {{attr=Intelligence}} {{attr_num=@{intelligence}}} {{skill=Intimidation}} {{skill_num=@{intimidation}}} {{pwr=Dominate}} {{pwr_num=@{dominate}}} {{mod_num=?{Modifiers|0}}} {{result=[[{(@{intelligence}+@{intimidation}+@{dominate}+?{Modifiers|0})d10!}>8]]}}

HTML:

<rolltemplate class="sheet-rolltemplate-wod">
    <table>
        <tr><th>{{name}} rolls{{#roll_name}} {{roll_name}}{{/roll_name}}</th></tr>
        <tr><td class="attr">
            {{#attr}}
                {{attr}}({{attr_num}})
            {{/attr}}
            {{#skill}}
                 + {{skill}}({{skill_num}})
            {{/skill}}
		    {{#pwr}}
		    	 + {{pwr}}({{pwr_num}})
		    {{/pwr}}
            {{#mod_num}}
                 + Modifiers({{mod_num}})
            {{/mod_num}}
        </td></tr>
        <tr>
            <td class="result">{{result}} Successes</td>        
        </tr>
    </table>
</rolltemplate>

CSS:

.sheet-rolltemplate-wod table {
    width: 189px;
    height: 189px;
    padding: 2px;
    background: url(http://i.imgur.com/xBk4U1p.jpg) top left;
    background-size: 189px 189px;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    font-family: "Courier New", Courier, monospace;
    font-weight: bold;
    border-spacing: 0;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod th {
	color: rgb(112, 0, 0);
    padding: 15px 2px 2px 20px;
	line-height: 1.2em;
	font-size: 1.2em;
    text-align: left;
}
 
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod td {
    padding-left: 20px;
    font-size: 1.0em;
    vertical-align: top;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .sheet-result {
    font-size: 1.2em;
    text-align: center;
    color: rgb(112, 0, 0);
    padding-bottom: 20px;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult  {
    background-color: transparent;
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.fullcrit {
   color: #3FB315;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.fullfail {
    color: #000000;
    border: none;
}
 
.sheet-rolltemplate-wod .inlinerollresult.importantroll {
	color: #3FB315;
    border: none;
}

See Also