Category:CS1 errors: redundant parameter
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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations with redundant parameters.
More than one of
This error occurs when a Citation Style 1 or Citation Style 2 template includes more than one parameter that maps to the same meaning. For example,
|last1= are all synonyms of each other, so no more than one of these parameters should ever be used in a single template.
To resolve this error, remove or modify the redundant parameter(s).
- More than one of author-name-list parameters specified
- More than one of editor-name-list parameters specified
This error occurs when a CS1 or CS2 template uses more than one type of author or editor name-list style. There are three kinds of incompatible author-name-list styles:
|firstn=(and their various aliases),
and similarly, three editor-name-list styles:
|editor-firstn=(and their various aliases) as well as
To resolve this error, choose one name-list-style. Use the chosen style for both of the author and editor name-lists.
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