The profile for Edward Browning currently displays an error notation citing 3 lines of footnotes, and when you click on the question mark you are directed to this page: Link 2 which makes no sense to me, as I have checked several times and all the footnotes seem to have been prepared properly.
However, the link above discusses footnotes in a form without quotation marks, while I was taught to prepare them with quotation marks, in the format suggested at this Link.
Previously, I had checked, and both formats seem to work. I can see how people would find the non-quotation format better, saving them two key strokes, but having learned with quotation marks, it doesn't feel right to leave them out, and I'd prefer to keep doing them that way -- if it doesn't matter.
Has there been a change, though, in which the quotation marks are generating an error? And if the problem isn't the quotation marks, then what is the problem with most of the citations on this profile?