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{{Wikicite}} creates an anchor, for use in a "References" section for books, journals, web references, etc. The anchor should be linked-to in the body of the article.

The reference text may be formatted manually, and the template merely adds an anchor for linking from in-text citations. This template is also useful when using a citation template that does not support the |ref= parameter (for example, {{London Gazette}}, but there are others).

This template is only needed for handwritten citations, or citations using non-standard citation templates, that are linked to by a shortened footnote or a parenthetical reference. If you don't mind using a citation template, it is more standard to use {{sfn}} or {{harv}} with a template such as {{citation}}, {{cite book}}, {{cite web}}, etc.

This template is not necessary if the citation uses a citation template (such as {{cite book}}). Use the |ref= parameter of the citation template to create the anchor. This template is also not necessary if the article does not contain a shortened footnote or parenthetical reference that creates a link (e.g. (Atwood 2003)). The anchor serves no purpose if nothing links to it.

UsageRediger

Cut-'n'-paste.

{{wikicite | id = | reference = }}

or, alternatively

{{wikicite | ref = | reference = }}

The |id= or |ref= parameters are alternative unique identifiers used for the reference link on the page, compatible with some other reference templates. If both |id= and |ref= are provided, |id= is ignored. There are two differences between these:

  • |id= automatically prefixes the link anchor with "Reference-", whereas |ref= does not
  • |id= encloses the link anchor in double quotes, so these must not be provided by the editor; but if using |ref=, the specified content for this parameter must be enclosed in quotes unless it consists entirely of letters, figures, hyphens and periods. If it contains any other character - such as a blank or underscore - it must be quoted. (e.g., a ref anchor of Von Autor-2006 must be specified as |ref="Von Autor-2006")

Thus, these two forms

{{wikicite | id = Anchor 1 | reference = Reference text }}
{{wikicite | ref = "Reference-Anchor 1" | reference = Reference text }}

produce identical results.

The |reference= parameter is the actual reference text. It may be plain text, formatted text, or one of the citation templates.

ExamplesRediger

Recommended formats.

Kode Hvad der vises
According to Atwood, blah blah.<ref>[[#Atwood-2003|Atwood (2003)]], p. 29.</ref>

== Notes ==
{{reflist}}

== References ==
* {{wikicite | ref = Atwood-2003 | reference = Atwood, Margaret (2003). ''Oryx and Crake'', Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. ISBN 978-0-7710-0868-9. }}
 
According to Atwood, blah blah.[1]
Notes
  1. ^ Atwood (2003), p. 29.
References
According to Atwood, blah blah.<ref>[[#Reference-Atwood-2003|Atwood (2003)]], p. 29.</ref>

== Notes ==
{{reflist}}

== References ==
* {{wikicite | id = Atwood-2003 | reference = Atwood, Margaret (2003). ''Oryx and Crake'', Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. ISBN 978-0-7710-0868-9. }}
 
According to Atwood, blah blah.[1]
Notes
  1. ^ Atwood (2003), p. 29.
References
According to Atwood, blah blah.{{sfn|Atwood|2003|p=29}}

== Notes ==
{{reflist}}

== References ==
* {{wikicite | ref = {{sfnRef|Atwood|2003}} | reference = Atwood, Margaret (2003). ''Oryx and Crake'', Toronto: McClelland & Stewart. ISBN 978-0-7710-0868-9. }}
 
According to Atwood, blah blah.[1]
Notes
  1. ^ Atwood 2003, s. 29.
References
According to the ''London Gazette'', blah blah.{{sfn|London Gazette|1728|p=3}}

== Notes ==
{{reflist}}

== References ==
* {{wikicite
  | ref = {{sfnRef|London Gazette|1728}}
  | reference =
    {{London Gazette
    | issue = 6719
    | startpage = 3
    | date = 19 October 1728
    | accessdate = 7 January 2009
    }}
  }}
 
According to the London Gazette, blah blah.[1]
Notes
References

FeaturesRediger

  • Compatible with any reference style: editor has 100% control of the format through a technology called editing wikitext

Technical features:

  • Produces well-formed, accessible, semantically-correct HTML code
  • Compatible with many other templates' in-text citation links (any id which starts with "Reference-")
  • Complies with en:WP:AUM
  • No conditionals
  • No CSS hacks

AlternativesRediger

Note that the identical behavior can be achieved using the more standard {{Harvnb}} (or {{sfn}}) and {{Citation}}

In article body: {{Harv|Atwood|2003}}

In references section: * {{citation | last = Atwood | first = Margaret | year = 2003 | title = Oryx and Crake | location = Toronto | publisher = McClelland & Stewart | isbn = 978-0-7710-0868-9 }}

See alsoRediger