Where's the link? [29 August 2016]
This source states in the text that it is an online source. Where is the link so that other WR users can refer to it easily? This link should show in all text references to the publication. --Goldenoldie 09:45, 29 August 2016 (UTC)
- I'm not sure what link (or links) you're referring to.
- I suppose the Source page is a little confusing because it didn't show a repository. I added that - even though Medieval Lands and the fmg site are more or less eponymous.
- The source references on any given Person page were created by (I think) three of us. They have a very standard form - with the first active link being off-WR to the first sentence/phrase of the the relevant portion of the Medieval Lands content. The actual http address is present of course (how else would the link work?) - but you only see that if your cursor lingers over the label without the label being pressed. The second link is to the Source page. The body of the citation is usually empty, but that hasn't seemed very important. It's easy to open another window to the actual content on FMG. If there is reason for one of us to comment on what was found in Cawley - then we would add that as a note attached to the citation.
- Is there something else that you're concerned about? --jrm03063 21:52, 29 August 2016 (UTC)