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Note: The following templates are deprecated. Please use the Cite.php <ref> and <references/> system. For details on the current system, please see Wikipedia:Footnotes and Wikipedia:Cite sources.

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Linking and footnote templates

Tags attached to links in text area:

  • "{{ref}} example{{Ref|reference1}}"—Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "reference1".
  • "{{ref label}} example{{Ref label|example.com|2|none}}"—Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "example.com". Text is marked with the number "2".

For two links to the same footnote labeled "example.com", you would:

  • "{{ref label}} example{{Ref label|example.com|3|a}}"
  • "{{ref label}} example{{Ref label|example.com|3|b}}"
  • "{{ref label}} example{{Ref label|nextexample.com|4|4}}"

Tags attached to links in References or Footnote section:

"#{{Note|reference1}} example of {{note}}"—In References section, citation labeled "reference1".

"#{{Note label|example.com|2|none}}"—In References section, citation labeled "example.comnone". Creates backlink to matching {{ref label}} entry in the text labeled "example.comnone".

Now, if you have two links to the same footnote labeled "example.com", you would do:

"#{{Note label|example.com|3|a}}{{Note label|example.com|3|b}} example of {{note label}}"

"{{Note label|nextexample.com|4|4}} example of {{note label}}"

  • "{{Note label|lastexample.com|Jones 1999|none}}Jones (1999) {{note label}}"—Note that when the 3rd unnamed parameter is specified as "none", the ^ symbol is rendered for the backlink.
  • "{{Note label|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|a}}{{Note label|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|b}}Smith (2000)"

In text area:

In References or Footnote section:

  1. ^ example of {{note}}
  2. ^ example of {{note label}}
  3. a b example of {{note label}}

4 example of {{note label}}