Help:References and citations

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A reference is an external source that is used to support a statement on the wiki. The source can be a book, a paper, a news outlet, a web site... what matters is that the information from that source is true and relevant to the article. References on the Nonbinary Wiki look like little numbers at the end of the statement they are supporting —click the number to go to the full list of references for the article.[1]

Not all sources are valid as references on the Nonbinary Wiki. This page explains which references are valid, and how you can add them to any article.

Valid references

Adding a reference

References

  1. This is where a reference would appear in the article!