Learning about refs and footnotes. The full help is in Wikipedia's help.
- Reference 1
- Ref 2
Using group is the way to handle footnotes for multiple tables, for example.
You can also have a mini-list if you use LDR: list-defined references, by adding a group attribute again[z 1] And a second.[z 2] Note that the group does not appear in the reference list below, so that could be confusing.
- This is the first.
- This is the second.
- This is the first of the second lot.
- This is the second of the second lot.
- Footnote 1, which could be quite long.
- Footnote 2
- Ref 3
- Ref 4
- Ref 5
Errors below here
<ref> tags exist for a group named "a", but no corresponding
<references group="a"/> tag was found, or a closing
</ref> is missing