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1.  Quick start

We start with our simple example, modified to use fmt=num.

In cite(Rankin:2006), we learnt how to use wiki citations. This page
includes a second reference example. nocite(Michaud:2002)

(:bib fmt=num:)
: Rankin:2006 : Rankin, John. \
  www.wikipublisher.org/wiki/index.php?n=Bibliographies.UserGuide
: Michaud:2002""pmwiki" : Michaud, Patrick. www.pmwiki.org"2006-11-15"
(:bibend:)

In [2], we learnt how to use wiki citations. This page includes a second reference example.

2.  Modify the reference link text

The general format is cite<option>(<key>).

* cite(Rankin:2006)
* citet(Rankin:2006)
* citeT(Rankin:2006)

* cite-t(Rankin:2006)
* cite-T(Rankin:2006)

* citep(Rankin:2006)
* citeP(Rankin:2006)

* cite-p(Rankin:2006) an empty link
* cite-P(Rankin:2006)

* cite-(Rankin:2006)

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)

4.  Replace the citation number

An author can define replacement text in a bib entry, to appear in the link text and list of references, instead of the reference number. This can be used in combination with a cite prefix.

* cite(Michaud:2002)
* cite("see" Michaud:2002)

* citet(Michaud:2002)
* citeT(Michaud:2002)

« citation options | User Guide | limitations »

References for Numeric References

[pmwiki]   (edit)Michaud, Patrick. www.pmwiki.org, accessed on 15 November 2006.

[2]   (edit)Rankin, John. www.wikipublisher.org/wiki/index.php?n=Bibliographies.UserGuide

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