Category:CS1 errors: invalid parameter value

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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that have parameter value errors.

Invalid |<param>=<value>

To function properly, some parameters are limited to a certain set of acceptable values. This error message indicates that a parameter has been assigned a value that is not a member of the parameter's defined set of acceptable values.

Letters in values must all be in lower case, as shown below.

Parameters with limited acceptable values
Parameter Acceptable values
|df= dmy, dmy-all, mdy, mdy-all, ymd, ymd-all
|mode= cs1, cs2
|name-list-style= amp, ampersand, and, &, serial, vanc
|no-pp= true, y, yes
|bibcode-access= free
|url-access= subscription, registration, limited
|url-status= dead, live, unfit, usurped

To resolve this error, use an appropriate value.

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