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Content footnotes created using {{hcref}} or {{cref}}, with {{cnote}}, can co-exist in an article along with source notes using the Cite.php (<ref>) and/or {{Ref}} systems, without interfering with them in any way. For an example of this parallel usage, please see Che Guevara, which has a "Content notes" section using {{cref}}/{{cnote}}, a "Source notes" section (for inline source citations) using <ref><references />, and a general "References" section using simply {{Cite}}-family templates, though it could also have used {{ref}}/{{note}}.


* {{cnote|Note name|Note text}}

To create the marker to place in the text at the point where the content note is to be attached, use Template:Cref.

Example of output

(With bullet, as shown above.)

  • ^  Note name :  Note text

Required parameters

  1. Note name: Name of content note; must be the same name assigned to this note using {{cref}}.
  2. Note text: Text (body) of content note.


  • If a "Notes" or "Notes and references" section already exists in the article you are working on, simply determine where among the existing notes the one you are going to create should be listed and insert the {{cnote}} template there.
  • If such a section does not already exist in the article you are working on, you must create one by typing ==Notes== . (The "Notes" section should immediately precede the "References" section.) Then create the first content note by inserting the {{cnote}} template below the section header.
  • Alternatively, you can change the existing "References" section to "Notes and references" if the article consistently uses only the {{Ref}} and {{Note}} reference footnote system instead of the <ref> and <references /> inline citation system.


  1. Once a content note has been created using {{cnote}}, you can edit it just as you would ordinary wikipedia text. Ensure, however, that all the cnote text is enclosed by the final }}.
  2. The character "=" (equals sign) must not be entered in cnote text, as it will generate an error call. If an equals sign is needed in the cnote text, use the code &#61; in its place.

See it in action

Please look at the first paragraph of [1] where content notes have been attached to the words "Basque" and "Galway".

See also