Footnotes

A footnote is created with the footnote macro (footnote:[]). If you plan to reference a footnote more than once, use the footnoteref macro (footnoteref:[]).

Footnote syntax
The hail-and-rainbow protocol can be initiated at five levels: double, tertiary, supernumerary, supermassive, and apocalyptic party.footnote:[The double hail-and-rainbow level makes my toes tingle.] (1) (2)
A bold statement!footnoteref:[disclaimer,Opinions are my own.] (3) (4)

Another outrageous statement.footnoteref:[disclaimer] (5)
1 Insert the footnote macro directly after any punctuation. Note that the footnote macro only uses one colon (:).
2 Insert the footnote’s content within the square brackets ([]). The text may span several lines.
3 If you plan to reuse a footnote, use footnoteref: and provide a unique ID in the first position inside the square brackets when you create it.
4 Separate the ID from the footnote text with a comma. Do not enter a space between the comma and the footnote text.
5 The next time you reference the footnote you only need to insert the ID in the square brackets.

The footnotes will be numbered consecutively throughout the article.

Rendered footnotes

The hail-and-rainbow protocol can be initiated at five levels: double, tertiary, supernumerary, supermassive, and apocalyptic party.[1] A bold statement![2]

Another outrageous statement.[2]


1. The double hail-and-rainbow level makes my toes tingle.
2. Opinions are my own.