User:Intforce/WikiProject User scripts
This page lists some useful user scripts. You can also request a script here.
- None at this time
|Author||ProveIt is being developed by a team of Wikipedians at Georgia Tech, including Kurt Luther (MaxVeers), Matthew Flaschen (Superm401), Terris Johnson, and Amy Bruckman.|
|Browsers supported||Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc.|
|main source file to install common.js|
ProveIt makes it really easy to find, edit, add, and cite references in Wikipedia articles.
- Easily create, edit, and find references
- Use most popular citation formats
- Optimized for one of Wikipedia’s most common citation formats, Cite.
- Supports all major reference types -- some better than others. For instance, Citation templates can be viewed and edited.
- There when you need it, gone when you don’t
- Automatically loads when you’re on a Wikipedia edit page, hides when you leave
- Manually show or hide ProveIt with one click
- Instantly find the reference you want
- Visualizes all references in a single list
- Easily scannable -- title and icon for ref type
- Click a reference to instantly locate it in the Wikipedia edit box
- No need to memorize complex syntax
- Visual interface for adding and editing references
- Shows which fields are required and which are optional
- Add and remove fields with one click
- References with multiple citations -- no longer a headache
- Visually groups together multiple citations of a reference under a single heading
- Cite the reference anywhere else in the article with one click
- Create valid references and fix ones that aren’t
- Produces clean, valid code every time
- Broken or invalid references are easily identifiable in red
- Easily install, update, and use ProveIt
- Works anywhere, any browser, all of the time
- Cross-browser compatible: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, etc.
- Linked to your Wikipedia account, so it shows up as soon as you log in -- no need to install on multiple computers
- Automatic updates
- Always loads the latest fixes and features, instantly and automatically -- you do nothing