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Latest revision as of 23:02, 18 June 2020

This template combines the Cite extension <ref> tag with a call to the Template:Ludography cite to allow fast set up of the correct references in a page to the formatted citations.

See also:

Template: Unpublished cite - for citation of material published directly in the wiki.
Template:Source cite - for citation of material published at other sites or books not in the Ludography.

Parameters are:

citeName
A name for this citation. Used by the ref tag to allow multiple reference to the same citation
name
Ludography cite document name.
page
Ludography cite document page (e.g. 15) or range of pages (1-4) being cited.
article
(optional) Ludography cite article within the document to reference.
version
(optional) Ludography cite Versions of Traveller name for the book. Used to disambiguate identical titles from different versions of Traveller.
edition
(optional) Ludography cite edition of the book. Used to disambiguate identical titles with different editions.