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Template:Cite magazine

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This template is used to cite sources in Battlestar Wiki. It is specifically for magazine sources.

Usage

using first, last using author
{{cite magazine
 | quotes = 
 | last = 
 | first = 
 | authorlink = 
 | coauthors = 
 | date = 
 | year = 
 | month = 
 | title = 
 | magazine = 
 | volume = 
 | issue = 
 | pages = 
 | doi = 
 | id = 
 | url = 
 | language = 
 | format = 
 | accessdate = 
 }}
{{cite magazine
 | quotes = 
 | author = 
 | date = 
 | year = 
 | month = 
 | title = 
 | magazine = 
 | volume = 
 | issue = 
 | pages = 
 | doi = 
 | id = 
 | url = 
 | language = 
 | format = 
 | accessdate = 
 }}

{{cite magazine |quotes= |last= |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |year= |month= |title= |magazine= |volume= |issue= |pages= |id= |url= |accessdate= }}


Required Parameters

  • title: Title of article.

Optionial Parameters

  • quotes: Specify "quotes=no" to disable the quotes around the title. If "quotes" is not defined or set to the empty string, the template emits quotes around the title (default).
  • author: Author
    • last works with first to produce last, first
    • authorlink works either with author or with last & first to link to the appropriate article (internal link)
    • coauthors: allows additional authors
  • date: Full date of publication, in ISO 8601 YYYY-MM-DD format, eg. 2006-02-17.
    • year: 2006. Year of publication (ignored if the date field is used).
      • month: January. Month of publication (ignored if the date field is used, or if the year field is not used).
  • magazine: Name of the magazine.
  • volume: Volume number of the journal in which the article is found
  • issue: Issue number of the journal in which the article is found
  • pages: 45–47: first page, and optional last page.
  • doi: digital object identifier such as 10.1016/j.coi.2004.08.001.
  • id:
  • url: URL of a copy of the article, if available online.
  • format: Format, i.e. PDF. Don't specify for HTML (implied as default).
  • accessdate: Full date when URL was accessed, in ISO 8601 YYYY-MM-DD format, eg. 2006-02-17.