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  1.   1.  Quick start
  2.   2.  Modify the reference link text
  3.   3.  Prefixes and suffixes

1.  Quick start

We start with our simple example.

In cite(Rankin:2006), we learnt how to use wiki citations.

(:bib:)
: Rankin:2006 : Rankin, John. \
www.wikipublisher.org/wiki/index.php?n=Bibliographies.UserGuide"2006-11-17"
(:bibend:)

In Rankin (2006), we learnt how to use wiki citations.

2.  Modify the reference link text

The most common variant is citeP to produce parenthetical references (Rankin, 2006). The general format for a reference is cite<option>(<key>). Options [Pp] control parenthesis use and [Tt] control text display.

* cite(Rankin:2006) text and year

* citet(Rankin:2006) suppress text
* citeT(Rankin:2006) text only

* cite-t(Rankin:2006) suppress text, no parentheses
* cite-T(Rankin:2006) text only, parentheses

* citep(Rankin:2006) no parentheses
* citeP(Rankin:2006) outer parentheses

* cite-p(Rankin:2006) suppress text and year, no parentheses
* cite-P(Rankin:2006) no outer parentheses

* cite-(Rankin:2006) suppress text and year

3.  Prefixes and suffixes

The general format is cite("<prefix>" <key> "<suffix>").

* cite("see" Rankin:2006)
* cite(Rankin:2006 "p 2")
* cite("see" Rankin:2006 "p 2")

* cite-("priv. comm." Rankin:2006)
* cite-p("priv. comm." Rankin:2006) -- the link is no longer empty

* citet(Rankin:2006 "p 2")
* cite-t(Rankin:2006 "p 2")

* citeT("see" Rankin:2006)
* cite-T("see" Rankin:2006)

* citeP("see" Rankin:2006)
* cite-P("see" Rankin:2006)

* cite(Rankin:2006)'s study -- possessive

« | User Guide | less common cite options »

References for Cite Options

(edit)Rankin, John. www.wikipublisher.org/wiki/index.php?n=Bibliographies.UserGuide, accessed on 17 November 2006.

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