Tool for Wikipedia {{Citation}} Template Citations and Refs

This tool is based on Template:Citation/doc. Style: Ampersand between last 2 authors CS1 style (full stops between items)

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last Last name of 1st author, e.g. Smith or Watson Jones
first First name(s)/initial(s) of 1st author, e.g. Peter, Lesley W. or F.J.
author-link Title of Wikipedia article on 1st author, if it exists, e.g. Charles Darwin; no [[..]]
year Year of publication, e.g. 1825 or 2009
contribution Title of the contribution in the collected work, e.g. Chilean Birds
editor-last Last name of 1st editor of the work, e.g. Smith or Watson Jones
editor-first First name of 1st editor of the work, e.g. Peter, Lesley W. or F.J.
editor-link Title of Wikipedia article on 1st editor, if it exists, e.g. Charles Darwin; no [[..]]
title Title of the work as a whole, i.e. the collection of papers, encyclopedia, etc., e.g. Birds of the World Vol. 3
pages Contribution's pages within the work, e.g. 338-95; can use simple - which will be converted.
publication-place Place of publication of the work, e.g. London
publisher Publisher, e.g. Hamilton Press
isbn ISBN, preferably 13 digit [converter], e.g. 978-0-87022-176-7
oclc OCLC number only if book is too old for an ISBN, e.g. 15190032
url Full URL where a digital copy of contribution is located, e.g. http://www.scienceonline.com/fulltext/32178.php
accessdate Access date in WP-approved format, e.g. 2009-12-18, 18 December 2009 or December 18, 2009
Extra For expert use: any other fields with field title and any needed | separators, e.g. others=trans. E.G Smith
Page(s) Used only in the ref, e.g. 6 or 112–23; for multiple pages, can use simple - which will be converted.
Short ref names Cite encyclopedia style
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