Template:Refref2

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Formatting references using inline citations
Inline citation code; what you type in 'edit mode'
What it produces when you save
Two separate citations.<ref>Citation text.</ref><ref>Citation text2.</ref>


Multiple<ref name="multiple">Citation text3.</ref>citation<ref name="multiple" /> use.<ref name="multiple" />


==References==

{{Reflist}}

Two separate citations.[1][2]



Multiple[3] citation[3] use.[3]




References_________________

  1. ^ Citation text.
  2. ^ Citation text2.
  3. ^ a b c Citation text3.
Templates that can be used between <ref></ref> tags to format your references

{{Citation}} • {{Cite web}} • {{Cite book}} • {{Cite news}} • {{Cite journal}} • OthersExamples

Documentation icon Template documentation[view] [edit] [history] [purge]

This template is intended to help users at the help desk, new contributor's help desk, for replying to {{helpme}} requests and other places where help with basic inline citations need to be explained, by providing a visual guide to inline citations that some users may respond better to than a text explanation alone.

Usage[edit]

  • This template may be transcluded or substituted by prefixing "subst:" inside the template code. Thus you may use {{subst:Refref2}} rather than {{Refref2}}. However, given the quantity of code in this template, transclusion may be preferable to substitution.
  • The template does not include automatic signing. Please remember to sign by typing four tildes (~~~~) after the template syntax (or at the end of your accompanying post to which this template may be an add-on).