Category:Pages with citations using conflicting page specifications
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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that use more than one of the options:
This error occurs when CS1 citations attempt to simultaneously use more than one of the parameters:
|at=. Each of these parameters is meant to provide a different way of specifying the location within a larger work, of the cited content, that is, of the specific page(s) or place in a cited source that contains the information that supports the article text. Only one of these parameters is displayed in any rendered citation. According to their intended purpose,
|page= should be used to specify a single page that is relevant to the cited content,
|pages= should be used to specify a range or list of pages (e.g. 37–42) that are relevant, and
|at= should be used to indicate a location in the larger work that is not a numbered page (e.g. "back cover"). Sometimes, editors misunderstand the meaning of
|pages=, and attempt to use it to indicate the total number of pages in the resource.
|page= is used with either or both of
|at=, only the
|page= value is displayed. Similarly, when
|pages= is used with
|at=, only the
|pages= value is displayed.
To resolve this error, remove the inappropriate parameter.
Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:Pages with citations using conflicting page specifications.[a]
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The following 93 pages are in this category, out of 93 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).