Template:Refname rules

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Usage

This template outlines the rules for HTML ids.

There are two unnamed parameters:

  1. The beginning text; defaults to "Names for footnotes and groups must follow these rules:"
  2. Additional rules; start each entry on a newline; bullet as needed

Example:

Default:

{{Refname rules}}
Names for footnotes and groups must follow these rules:
  • Names are case-sensitive
  • Names may not be purely numeric
  • Names must be unique— you cannot use the same name to define different groups or footnotes
  • Quotes are optional if the only characters used are letters A–Z, a–z, digits 0–9 and the symbols !$%&()*,-.:;<@[]^_`{|}~
  • Inclusion of any other characters including spaces requires that the name be enclosed in straight quotes (")
  • Quote-enclosed names may not include a less-than sign (<) or a quote symbol (")
  • Please consider keeping names simple and restricted to the standard English alphabet and numerals.
  • You may optionally provide names even when the name is not required.

With parameters:

{{Refname rules|A custom ID must follow these rules:|
* If CITEREF is used, then spaces in the {{para|ref}} field must be replaced with underscores}}
A custom ID must follow these rules:
  • Names are case-sensitive
  • Names may not be purely numeric
  • Names must be unique— you cannot use the same name to define different groups or footnotes
  • Quotes are optional if the only characters used are letters A–Z, a–z, digits 0–9 and the symbols !$%&()*,-.:;<@[]^_`{|}~
  • Inclusion of any other characters including spaces requires that the name be enclosed in straight quotes (")
  • Quote-enclosed names may not include a less-than sign (<) or a quote symbol (")
  • If CITEREF is used, then spaces in the |ref= field must be replaced with underscores
  • Please consider keeping names simple and restricted to the standard English alphabet and numerals.
  • You may optionally provide names even when the name is not required.

See also


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