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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that use
|access-date= without also providing a url for
|access-date= is the date that the online resource addressed by
|url= was added to the article. If
|access-date= has been included in the citation without
|url= then this message appears. If the citation does not use a web link, then
|access-date= is redundant and should be removed.
When the online resource has a publication or other fixed date associated with it,
|access-date= is of limited value though may be useful in identifying an appropriate archived version of the resource. Without
|access-date= is not considered useful.
To resolve this error, provide a value for
|url= or remove
|access-date=. Editors should try to determine why the citation has
|url=. For example, the citation may never have had a
|url= may have been removed because it links to a site that violates the creator's copyright (see WP:COPYLINK), or because
|url= was deemed to be dead. If the citation never had
|url= or it was removed for copyright violations, remove
|access-date=. When a dead
|url= has been removed, restore the
|url= and if possible repair it (see WP:LINKROT).
Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: access-date without URL (2 pages).[a]
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