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It's easier to do in classic source editor. Use the following mediawiki tags to make a reference: <nowiki><ref>Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref></nowiki>
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It's easier to do in classic source editor. Use the following mediawiki tags to make a reference: '''<code><nowiki><ref>Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref></nowiki></code>'''
   
 
If you want to be more advanced, you can give a name for the reference so you don't need to keep using the very long reference constantly.<br/>Example:
 
If you want to be more advanced, you can give a name for the reference so you don't need to keep using the very long reference constantly.<br/>Example:
   
<nowiki><ref name="1">Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref></nowiki><br/>
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'''<code><nowiki><ref name="1">Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref></nowiki><br/></code>'''
 
And then use<br/>
 
And then use<br/>
<nowiki><ref name="1" /></nowiki>
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'''<code><nowiki><ref name="1" /></nowiki></code>'''
   
 
It'll use the same reference.
 
It'll use the same reference.

Latest revision as of 21:01, May 22, 2020

It's easier to do in classic source editor. Use the following mediawiki tags to make a reference: <ref>Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref>

If you want to be more advanced, you can give a name for the reference so you don't need to keep using the very long reference constantly.
Example:

<ref name="1">Whatever you want to reference goes in here</ref>
And then use
<ref name="1" />

It'll use the same reference.

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