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{{efn}} is used, together with {{notelist}}, to create explanatory notes.

Usage[edit source]

{{efn|Footnote text}}

{{efn|name=footnote name|Footnote text}}

name: Sets a standard reference name per named reference.

{{efn|group=footnote group|Footnote text}}

group: Sets the group name. This defaults to lower-alpha.

The available options are:

group Styled as
note [note 1]
upper-alpha [A]
upper-roman [IV]
lower-alpha [a]
lower-greek [α][β]
lower-roman [iv]

Remember that "=" cannot appear in an unnamed template parameter and "|" cannot appear in any template parameter. For "|", {{!}} can be used. For "=", {{=}} can be used or the parameter can be named 1= explicitly:

{{efn|1=Converting at a rate of Kr 20 = £1.}}

Examples[edit source]

Using full citations in footnotes:

Markup Renders as
Some information.<ref name=Smith2009>Smith (2009). Smith's book.</ref> More information.{{efn|A clarification.<ref name=Smith2009/>}}

==Notes==
{{notelist}}

==References==
{{reflist}}

Some information.[1] More information.[lower-alpha 1]
Notes
  1. A clarification.[1]
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Smith (2009). Smith's book.

You can create multiple explanatory lists by closing {{notelist}}. This is useful when adding sources to elements such as multiple tables.

Markup Renders as
Some information.<ref name=Smith2009>Smith (2009). Smith's book.</ref> More information.{{efn|A clarification.<ref name=Smith2009/>}}

==Notes==
{{notelist|close}}

Some more information.<ref name=Smith2009>Smith (2009). Smith's book.</ref> More information.{{efn|A further clarification.<ref name=Smith2009/>}}

==Notes==
{{notelist|close}}

==References==
{{reflist}}
Some information.[1] More information.[lower-alpha 1]
Notes
  1. A clarification.[1]

Some more information.[1] More information.[lower-alpha 1]

Notes
  1. A further clarification.[1]
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Smith (2009). Smith's book.