You're missing a rather critical end table tag "|}", and the top part of the box still seems unfashionably wide in comparison to the bottom half. Shouldn't use "%" values for width, as you can't mix that in the varied themes of monaco/wikia/monobook due to different screen sizes. In such a case a fixed pixel width will give better results - or simply not set a width and let the browser auto determine the minimum required width - that way it'll automatically look good on all themes. e.g. Template:ProfessionImageToggle and it's always a good idea to use includeonly / noinclude / template category, doc and set a howto - see , but that secondary.
Tsanger this new one is looking amazing! Very smart that we finally are incorporating both gender appearances.
Just a question that isn't completely similar - will we bother with names or not because there seem to be quite a few different names per professions. I just thought it may make sense to at least put a couple in.
Put it in the second column of a 3 column row. The browser will automatically center it then. If you got a table or div with 4 columns, you can span the second column into the third one. Or just add <center] tags - even though those are deprecated in html5.
Are the names always fixed to the profession and gender then? Or,. if you create 5x the same profession, might you get different names?