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There is a simple way to include references in your articles. This works the same way in Wikipedia. Add the reference right at the spot in the text you wish to reference it<ref>This is the text of the reference. [http://www.agilegeoscience.com/ It can contain links.]</ref>.
 
There is a simple way to include references in your articles. This works the same way in Wikipedia. Add the reference right at the spot in the text you wish to reference it<ref>This is the text of the reference. [http://www.agilegeoscience.com/ It can contain links.]</ref>.
  
<pre>You do that just<ref>like this</ref>.</pre>
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<pre>You do that just like this<ref>This is the text of the reference. [http://www.agilegeoscience.com/ It can contain links.]</ref>.</pre>
  
 
Then at the end of the article, add a section called References (at the two-equal-signs level), and a simple tag. This will gather the references in a list.
 
Then at the end of the article, add a section called References (at the two-equal-signs level), and a simple tag. This will gather the references in a list.

Latest revision as of 02:32, 28 June 2011

There is a simple way to include references in your articles. This works the same way in Wikipedia. Add the reference right at the spot in the text you wish to reference it[1].

You do that just like this<ref>This is the text of the reference. [http://www.agilegeoscience.com/ It can contain links.]</ref>.

Then at the end of the article, add a section called References (at the two-equal-signs level), and a simple tag. This will gather the references in a list.

==References==
<references />

References

  1. This is the text of the reference. It can contain links.