Wikipedia Reference Editor 2.2
Wikipedia Reference Editor
Become a Wikipedia Editor without learning Wiki markup language. Supports references from journals, books, news articles, encyclopedias, other wiki pages, and more. Add links easily. Put references in the text, or in footnotes. Add images & wiki InfoBoxes. Highlighting makes reading the text of pages with the code in place a snap. Import references from PubMed, the largest online medical & biological database. To be an editor on Wikipedia, you need to have expertise in your field, and you need to learn the Wikipedia markup language. Needing to learn wiki programming means that your knowledge of your subject is not enough. Many Wikipedia pages are dominated by people who don't know their fields well, but are experts in adding the all-important references. Without them, your contributions can be deleted by other editors. The Wikipedia Reference Editor lets you create references without knowing any Wikipedia markup language so your knowledge of your field becomes the only requirement. Stop struggling with the markup, and go straight to the scholarship your edits deserve. You can save your text and edits so you can restore them if they're deleted without making to make page reverts. Wikipedia is fast becoming one of the most influential websites on the internet, and many willing experts stay away from contributing because they don't want to learn the programming it takes. Wikipedia Reference Editor makes it quick and easy, and lets you work offline until you’re ready to submit your contributions.. The Wikipedia Reference Editor uses simple templates, all of which have been tested on Wikipedia, that allow you to bypass the scores of possible formats for adding scholarly information, and just use a few simple ones that do the job. Don't waste your time figuring out which one is easiest to learn. Simplicity is beautiful, and the Wikipedia Reference Editor keeps it simple.