[Resolved] NetBlog for simple citations?
Greets. I am looking for an advanced citations manager but I don’t wish to burden my posts with the feeling of actually being an academic paper.
I’ve read over the tutorials, the Readme, gone through the Settings page but I can’t see how I might do what I’d really want to do. Something along the lines of Wikipedia citations. This is, after all, the web and I really, really dislike heavily citation laden texts on casual webpages — I really, really like highly linked texts that allow you to verify the authors citations.
Is there any way of doing this?
When you are looking to install NetBlog the Installation Guide states, “Your WordPress version is 2.8 or higher” as one of the requirements.
You have to have WordPress version 2.8 or higher to use NetBlog<sup></sup>.
I don’t want to do:
You have to have WordPress version 2.8 or higher to use NetBlog (“How to Install Netblog”, 2011) (nothing hyperlinks…)
I note that the Tutorial has a section about creating your own filters but I don’t see any way of doing what I’m proposing (as the filter seems to draw on literal strings submitted and has no mechanism for auto-generating numbers).
In other words, this looks like a beast and I can’t tell if I can use it to reach my final desired product (in which case I’d be willing to spend however many hours working on it) or if, even after gaining a full appreciation for the system, it still won’t be able to do what I want.
I appreciate the help.
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