Small and naive plugin to easily create labels and references as in LaTeX/BibTeX based on davidstutz/jquery-references
Also check this blog article.
wp-content/plugins, create a new folder
wordpress-references and put all files within this repository in this folder. In the backend, go to "Plugins" -> "Installed Plugins" and activate "Wordpress References".
There are two forms of usage; the shorthand verison for placing a new label is
[lbl name scope]
This will put a label at this place. Now using
[ref name scope]
will place a reference to the label with the same name and in the same scope. Labels always start counting with 1; and counting is done separately for each scope. This means that
[lbl fig1 figures] [ref fig1 figures] [lbl ref1 references] [ref ref1 references]
will output four times
1, as the two created labels live in separate scopes.
The longer notation for both shortcodes are
[lbl name="fig1" scope="figures] [ref name="fig1" scope="figures]
The shorthand version and the explicit version should not be mixed, e.g. as follows:
[lbl name="fig1" figures] // will not work! [lbl fig1 scope="figures"] // will not work!
To directly place the labels in brackets:
[lblb ref1 references] [refb ref1 references]
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