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Four options: Look at Wikipedia. All the footnotes are at the bottom of the page but linked to from the footnote number (and in turn linking back up to the referring anchor). Familiarize yourself with HTML to understand how in-page links work, if you need to. Link to footnote: Link from footnote back to the refering footnote number: Have clicking the ...


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As Oxinabox says, if you are writing for a journal, they will almost always, if not literally always, have standards for footnotes and endnotes. Usually they'll say to follow MLA or APA or whatever style guide. Some may have their own rules. If you are writing a scholarly book, the publisher may have a specific style guide. If not, or if you are ...


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The various citation styles such as MLA and Chicago, often have a footnote style, or a defacto one -- often the same as the bibliography style. Some citation styles are by normally written as an endnote -- within the bibliography -- Eg IEEE. It very much depends on the context as to what is appropriate. In formal academic writing, eg a journal article ...



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