Why aren't the Sources listed correctly?

+2 votes

I made extensive revisions to Taylor-13812 in preparation for a merge.  I cannot see any reason the Sources messed up the several sources and repeated sources after Source 2.  I may have used a source as though there would be more references to it, which I planned to check after I was done,   I don't see any way to fix it using the normal procedures.  Please help.  It was a lot of work.

WikiTree profile: Sarah Moseley
in WikiTree Tech by Margaret Kerns G2G6 Mach 1 (13.7k points)

3 Answers

+4 votes
Best answer
You were just missing a single < character in the international FindAGrave inline citation when it closed. I fixed it.

the 10th inline citation is empty, you might want to check that one. Great profile!
by Jonathan Crawford G2G6 Pilot (227k points)
selected by Margaret Kerns
Thank all of you for your help.  I just couldn't see it.  I had the "Enhanced Editor" turned on, and thought that should show the problem, but I couldn't see it.  Just glad it is all fixed.
Its because you had more than one inline with no break, so the formatting greyed both the same.
Thank you.  I didn't know it worked that way.
+3 votes

At the end of the 2nd source, "F-A-G Int'l", you have /ref> instead of </ref>. Hopefully if you add the starting < that will fix the issue.

by Paul Masini G2G6 Pilot (284k points)
+1 vote
Typo in one of the </ref> tags.
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (649k points)

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