Revision as of 20:49, 8 April 2012 by Legalize (put required parameters at the top)
This is the template for citing articles from Computerworld via google books.
The parameters are as follows:
- Required This is the id of the google books publication. It will identify a particular issue of Computerworld.
- Required The title of the article. Use double-quotes if it is an article and not just a section header, i.e
title="HP Introduces New Terminals"and
- Required The publication date of the issue of Computerworld.
- This is the page number of the article. This is used to form the google books URL, so it must match what is in the URL.
- Sometimes google books uses a prefix other than "
PA" in the page argument portion of the URL. Supply anything between the
lpg=and the page number in the URL here. Default:
- The name of the author of the article, if any.
- Names this citation so that it can be referenced again by the supplied name.