testing how one might do bibliographic references on WordPress without plugins


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2 Responses to testing how one might do bibliographic references on WordPress without plugins

  1. Actually, I am making a major update of that post, but could not finish it in the time I had. Thus, to avoid losing what I had done, and yet not publish an incomplete post, I took it “private”. This is a temporary situation, although I cannot tell how long it will be. I am busy.

  2. ch1ppos says:

    Are you familiar with researchgate? Some sort of researchgate/wordpress functionality would by ideal in my book.

    I saw the update to your previous post with code but I refreshed the page and it seems you deleted the post before I could copy the code.

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