You can use Citation to generate HTML citations for papers to be
published on the web
To generate HTML citations with numbered links in your paper
- Prepare your paper as you normally do, with Access Keys to cite works in your datafile.
- With your paper open, choose Generate, Citations for document.
- Check the option for Reference Number and then choose HTML Numbered Ref List as the Intext
Citation publishing style, and HTML numbered cites as the Reference List style.
- Click OK to generate the citations. Citation will write numbered links to numbered citations, formatted as HTML citations, at the end of your document.
- Save the document as ANSI Windows Generic Word Processor text in WordPerfect for Windows and Text Only in MSWord.
You will need to edit your document to add the HTML code for the title of the page, placement
of the header and body text, and other information about the display of the page on the web.
Alternatively, you can prepare you document with an HTML editor, save it, and have
Citation scan the document on disk for Access Keys.
To generate HTML citations with author-date cites in your paper
To generate author-date html citations, prepare your document with Access Keys,
as you normally do, and then run Citation. The Generate Citations Dialog should have
the following settings:
The HTML citations generated with these settings will be author-date links to an
alphabetized reference list.
Note: To generate HTML footnotes, use Citation to generate
footnotes for your paper, as you normally would, and then save the
document as html. Since Citation actually writes Word and WordPerfect
footnote/endnote codes into your documents, the word processor will
save the footnotes as html links to the footnotes or endnotes at the
end of your paper.