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    Hi. I definitely want the possibility to have footnotes in my posts. It will also make this publishing solution more attractive for academic use. And that is what I want to use it for.

    Markdown has it as an extension, as seen here

    I definitely want the support for it in the WYSIWYG editor, since that will make it easier for my users.

    Simple example of how I want it to be:

    Example post
    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit <sup>1</sup>. Etiam faucibus facilisis erat eget vehicula. Integer justo dui, tincidunt finibus velit a, semper egestas urna. Sed tincidunt bibendum neque sed imperdiet. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas <sup>2</sup>. Vivamus convallis egestas lectus ut iaculis.
    <hr class="footnote-ruler" />
    <sup id="footnote-01">1</sup> Keil, Roger. ‘Global Suburbanisms: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century’ <br />
    <sup id"footnote-02">2</sup> Hauser, Helwig. 'Tribute to Luana Micallef'. Talk

    Thanks for a lovely software. It works close to perfect 🙂



    I second this. Please do give us Footnotes support. For academic or authoritative writing, Footnotes are more important than even features like Comments etc.

    Tomasz Dziuda


    I have note this idea as a concept for future plugin. Footnotes have some specific use cases and it will be definitely topic for a plugin in the future not a core Publii feature.

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    Oh, this would indeed be nice to have!


    A plugin would be very nice 🙂

    It would also be nice if you will follow the COinS standard for the footnotes that are being used for references, it will make it easier for bibliographic importers like Mendeley web importer to find and read it.

    Edit: Or make just a basic plugin and I can volunteer to implement the COinS into it 🙂

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