|Template:User WikiProject Economics|
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About this user
- Analysis of the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
- Improving Wikipedia's processes
- Editor and page stats tools
- Generating charts with Module Chart
- templatesandbox - shows how to use anonymous and numbered parameters in template
- /module links
Drafts / rescued
If you have any questions please ask away...
List Defined Reference (LDR) misconception
Inline and list defined coded references are compatible and can be used in the same article. Not to be confused with the 'citation format' style that changes the article's appearance to the reader, this is about how references are defined in the wiki markup. From list defined reference article:
Another misconception is that there is an "either-or" choice between use of list-defined footnotes and in-line footnotes, and that all citations in an article must follow only one of the styles. In fact, Template:Tlx is entirely compatible with the use of in-line footnotes in the form Template:Tag or Template:Tag. Although use of both systems in the same article might appear confusing or undesirable, it is a fact that the two systems can be mixed indiscriminately with the template Template:Tlx.