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For general information on source citation in Wikipedia, see WP:CITE.

Requesting sources

See also: Wikipedia:Cleanup Resources#Verifiability and sources

What to type What it makes Where it goes
{{Unreferencedsection}}
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Template:Unreferencedsection Sections, at top
{{Unreferenced}}
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Articles, in a "References" section
{{Citecheck}}
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At the top of an article or section where the text misrepresents the sources cited.
{{Self-published}}
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At the top of an article using primary sources as secondary sources.
{{onesource}}
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Template:Onesource At the top or bottom of an article that is based entirely (or almost entirely) on a single source.
{{refimprove}}
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At the top or bottom of an article that does not provide enough sources for thorough verification.
{{refimprovesect}}
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Template:Refimprovesect At the top of sections that do not provide enough sources for thorough verification.
{{Citations missing}}
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To be agreed
{{nofootnotes}}
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At the top of sections or articles where sources remain unclear because there is a lack of in-text citations.
  • Please use {{Unreferenced}} instead of the following redirected templates: {{Sources}}, {{Unsourced}}, {{Unref}}

Inline

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{{fact}} [citation needed] Immediately following a statement that needs a reference or citation.
{{NCite}} Template:NCite Immediately following a statement that needs a reference or citation. Only for articles with many uncited statements.
{{or}} OR Immediately following text that appears to be based upon original research.
{{Request quote}}
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Template:Request quote Immediately following a statement whose interpretation of a source needs to be verified by a quote in Talk.
{{Failed verification}}
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[not in citation given] Immediately following a statement that is not supported by the source cited.

General sources

Some of the reference types below use named fields (such as Title=Electric Power Monthly). In these references, you must use the exact field name (capitalization matters). Fields are separated with pipe (|) characters. The order of the fields does not matter.

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{{1728}}
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This article incorporates content from the 1728 Cyclopaedia, a publication in the public domain. Articles
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{{1771 Britannica}}
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Template:1771 Britannica Articles
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{{1911}}
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This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain. Articles
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{{Sect1911}}
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Template:Sect1911 Articles
at the end of a section
{{1913}}
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Template:1913 Articles
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{{A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature}}
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Template:A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature Articles
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{{USGovernment}}
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This article incorporates text from {{{sourceURL}}}, a public domain work of the United States Government. Articles
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{{Bioguide}}
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Template:Bioguide Articles
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{{Catholic}}
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Template:Catholic Articles
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{{CDC}}
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This article contains material from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) website which, as a US government publication, is in the public domain. Articles
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{{CIA WFB 2000}}
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Template:CIA WFB 2000 Articles
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{{CIA WFB 2003}}
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Template:CIA WFB 2003 Articles
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{{CIAfb}}
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Template:CIAfb Articles
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{{NPS.Gov|sourceURL=[1]}}
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Template:NPS.Gov Articles
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{{Recreation. Gov|sourceURL=[2] }}
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Template:Recreation.Gov Articles
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{{from Camerapedia}}
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Template:From Camerapedia Articles
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{{from Comixpedia}}
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Template:From Comixpedia Articles
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{{DANFS}}
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Template:DANFS Articles
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{{Eastons}}
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Template:Eastons Articles
at top
{{Etude}}
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Template:Etude Articles
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{{factbook}}
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Template:Factbook Articles
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{{FOLDOC}}
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Template:FOLDOC Articles
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{{FS1037C}}
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Template:FS1037C Articles
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{{GHR}}
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 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States National Library of Medicine document "Genetics Home Reference". Articles
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{{Jargon}}
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is synonymous with:
Articles
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{{JewishEncyclopedia}}
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Template:JewishEncyclopedia Articles
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{{KeyTarot}}
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Template:KeyTarot Articles
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{{loc}}
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Template:Loc Articles
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{{NARA}}
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Template:NARA Articles
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{{NASA}}
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Template:NASA Articles
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{{NCBI-handbook}}
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Template:NCBI-handbook Articles
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{{NCBI-scienceprimer}}
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This article contains material from the Science Primer published by the NCBI, which, as a U.S. government publication, is in the public domain. Articles
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{{NHC}}
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Template:NHC Articles
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{{NTSB}}
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Template:NTSB Articles
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{{NVR}}
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Template:NVR Articles
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{{NIMH}}
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Template:NIMH Articles
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{{Openhistory}}
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Template:Openhistory Articles
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{{pg}}
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Template:Pg Articles
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{{Schaff-Herzog}}
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Template:Schaff-Herzog Articles
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{{SeyffertDCA}}
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Template:SeyffertDCA Articles
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{{SmithDGRA}}
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Template:SmithDGRA Articles
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{{SmithDGRBM}}
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Template:SmithDGRBM Articles
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{{SmithDGRG}}
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Template:SmithDGRG Articles
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{{StateDept}}
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Template:StateDept Articles
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{{Vectorsite}}
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Template:Vectorsite Articles
Reference
{{WaceBio}}
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Template:WaceBio Articles
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{{WikiFur}}
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Template:WikiFur Talk pages
{{Wookieepedia}}
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Template:Wookieepedia Talk pages
{{WorldCoin}}
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Template:WorldCoin Articles
Reference

Citations of generic sources

Template:Wikipedia:Citation templates

Citations for footnotes and for linking

The following examples are examples of Wikipedia:Footnotes from {{Ref/examples}} are rendered as a template in the following table. These references can be used with the citations above to create a link from the text to the references.

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Linking and footnote templates

Tags attached to links in text area:

  • "{{ref}} example{{ref|reference1}}" — Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "reference1".
  • "Deprecated {{ref num}} example{{ref num|reference1|1}}" — Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "reference1", but marked in the text with the number "1" instead of an automatically generated number. NOTE: {{ref num}} is deprecated. {{ref label}} should be used instead.
  • "{{ref label}} example{{ref label|example.com|2|none}}" — Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "example.com". Text is marked with the number "2".

For two links to the same footnote labeled "example.com", you would:

  • "{{ref label}} example{{ref label|example.com|3|a}}"
  • "{{ref label}} example{{ref label|example.com|3|b}}"
  • "{{ref label}} example{{ref label|nextexample.com|4|4}}"
  • "{{ref harvard}} example {{ref harvard|lastexample.com|Jones 1999|none}}" — Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "lastexample.comnone", and marked in the text with (Jones 1999).
  • "{{ref harv}} example {{ref harv|lastexample.com|Jones 1999|none}}" — Links to a citation in the Reference section labeled "lastexample.comnone", and marked in the text with (Jones 1999).
  • "{{ref harvard}} example {{ref harvard|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|a}}(a)"
  • "{{ref harv}} example {{ref harv|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|a}}(a)"
  • "{{ref harvard}} example {{ref harvard|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|b}}(b)"
  • "{{ref harv}} example {{ref harv|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|b}}(b)"

Tags attached to links in References or Footnote section:

"#{{note|reference1}} example of {{note}}" — In References section, citation labeled "reference1".

"#{{note label|example.com|2|none}}"— In References section, citation labeled "example.comnone". Creates backlink to matching {{ref label}} entry in the text labeled "example.comnone".

Now, if you have two links to the same footnote labeled "example.com", you would do:

"#{{note label|example.com|3|a}}{{note label|example.com|3|b}} example of {{note label}}"

"{{note label|nextexample.com|4|4}} example of {{note label}}"

  • "{{note label|lastexample.com|Jones 1999|none}}Jones (1999) {{note label}}" -- Note that when the 3rd unnamed parameter is specified as "none", the ^ symbol is rendered for the backlink.
  • "{{note label|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|a}}{{note label|finalexample.com|Smith 2000|b}}Smith (2000)"


In text area:


In References or Footnote section:

  1. ^ example of {{note}}
  2. ^  example of {{note label}}
  3. a b  example of {{note label}}

4  example of {{note label}}

Citations of specific sources

Notes:

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{{ITIS|ID=|taxon=|year=|date=}}
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Genus species (TSN 123456). Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved on 1 January 2004.

{{FishBase species|genus=|species=|year=|month=}}
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"Genus species". FishBase. Ed. Ranier Froese and Daniel Pauly. January 2004 version. N.p.: FishBase, 2004.

{{FishBase species alt|ID=|taxon=|year=|month=}}
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"Genus species". FishBase. Ed. Ranier Froese and Daniel Pauly. January 2004 version. N.p.: FishBase, 2004.

{{FishBase_genus|genus=|year=|month=}}
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"Genus". FishBase. Ed. Ranier Froese and Daniel Pauly. Month Year version. N.p.: FishBase, Year.

{{FishBase family|family=|year=|month=}}
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"Family". FishBase. Ed. Ranier Froese and Daniel Pauly. Month Year version. N.p.: FishBase, Year.

{{IUCN|author=|title=|year=|ID=|IUCN_Year=}}
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Lastname, Firstname Initial (Year). "Title." IUCN_Year IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN IUCN_Year.

{{Gutenberg | no=6656 | name=The Kiltartan Poetry Book}}
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The Kiltartan Poetry Book, available at Project Gutenberg.
{{Citeseer | View-based and modular Eigenspaces for face recognition | pentland94viewbased }}
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{{MathWorld | urlname=PetersenGraph | title=Petersen Graph}}
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Eric W. Weisstein, Petersen Graph at MathWorld.
{{ScienceWorld | urlname=biography/Einstein.html | title=Albert Einstein}}
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Eric W. Weisstein, Albert Einstein at ScienceWorld.
{{Wipipedia|Wiki_pagename_with_underscores}}
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Template:Wipipedia
The Encyclopedia of World History at Bartleby.com

{{worldhistory|section=|quote=}}

  • section – the portion between http://www.bartleby.com/67/ and .html in the URL of the page you wish to cite. For example, if I wished to cite http://www.bartleby.com/67/716.html, the section is 716.
  • quote – What do you want the first part of the included text to read. The default is Citation.

Example: {{worldhistory|section=716|quote=Diderot’s encyclopedia banned in 1751}}
Creates: Diderot’s encyclopedia banned in 1751 from The Encyclopedia of World History Sixth Edition, Peter N. Stearns (general editor), © 2001 The Houghton Mifflin Company, at Bartleby.com.

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