I wrote about a codepen I wrote last week. I found that there are some great libraries for citations but most are wanton overkill for what I wanted, a wikipedia-like simple citation system.
I've since created a much smarter, dependency-free version and you can find the project on Web<cite>.
- Generate a list from all the citations found within the article.
- Detect multiple instances of the same source.
- Number each
<cite>instance, if used before, use the previous instance's number.
- Uses anchor tags to link to the source at the bottom of the page to a specified div
- No jQuery
- Very easy to use
- Code fixes and some basic error checking
- MORE DOCUMENTATION!
- Arguments passed in as object for better configuration
- Demo files
- ES5 & ES6 variants
- Source Title (optional)
- Date retrieved (optional)
- Author (optional)
- CSS attributes for each property so lists can easily customized
- Date Retrieved vs Article Date published
- Repository contains minified distribution ready code
- Multiple citation lists on the same page (multi-article support)
- Optional demo Scss/CSS stylings
- Generate as an ordered list instead of spans
Find this project at: https://github.com/fuzzywalrus/webcites