How to Create Footnotes in Drupal
If you’re using Drupal for an academic site, you may want to use footnotes in your content.
There is a Drupal module that makes this easy. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how add footnotes.
- Install and and enable the Footnotes module.
- Go to Configuration > Text formats.
- Edit a text format and check the “Footnotes” box.
- Save this text format and repeat the process any other formats you use.
Go to create content. This is the syntax you can use to create footnotes:
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Alternatively, you can use <fn> tags.
Here is how footnotes will appear in your content:
Once you save the content, your footnotes will look like the image below. Drupal will automatically number the footnotes and place them at the bottom of the page.
It is possible to specify the numbers of the footnotes using this syntax:
You can use this to manually choose the numbering, or to combine multiple footnotes.
In the image above, we had three footnotes with a value of 1. Here’s how they would appear on the page …
I wondering if it would be possible to setup it as an unique serialized numbering for a book in Drupal? In other words, how to avoid start from ‘1’ on each child-nodes?