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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that have name-holding parameters containing some form of 'et al.'
Explicit use of et al. in:
This error occurs where a Citation Style 1 or Citation Style 2 template detects that one of the names parameters contains some form of "et al." either as a separate name parameter (
|author6=et al.) or as a suffix added to a name list (
|author=Smith, A.B. et al.) or first name (
|first=John, et al.).
This error can occur in any of the author, editor, interviewer, translator, or contributor parameters.
|display-authors= parameter instead (or other applicable
|display-<names>= parameter), as documented at Help:Citation Style 1#Display options.
Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: explicit use of et al. (0 pages).[a]
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