Talk:Nikos Salingaros

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Footnotes request[edit]

To the author of Salignaros, may I make a suggestion? Footnotes might work better if they refer to a Footnotes section at the bottom of the article instead of directly linking to a website. The reason for this is that you may eventually wish to link to references that are not websites (such as books, local articles, etc). Plus, normally when one clicks on a footnote on Wiki, one expects to be forwarded to the bottom of the article, not to another website (as they may still wish to read more of your article before jumping to new websites). Fcsuper 23:50, 25 April 2007 (UTC)


Thanks, I see what you're saying. I will work on that. Will put the external links at the footnotes section. Michaelmehaffy 05:24, 1 May 2007 (UTC)