In catching up on wiki-work (panel framing, adding category tags, etc), I got to thinking about how things are (or should be...
) cited in articles.
The current standard is to have a small link near the top of the line after a relevant claim, linking directly to wherever. However, since a lot of the links are kind of long (IPTSF Text XX
or Summer Intermission XX
), it really breaks up the flow of the text.
I've fiddled with the articles for Faq (side)
, and moved the citations to the bottom of the page, with little reference numbers linking claims/facts to citations.
Does anyone have any opinions on this? Does it make for a better, less jagged wiki experience?
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