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A footnote is a note at the bottom of a page or table. It provides extra information that relates to something in the main text, such as details of the source.

Published content showing two paragraphs on a page. Both paragraphs have a footnote reference to footnote number 1, which is shown as square brackets with a 1 inside.
A footnote at the bottom of a page. It has a number in square brackets and then the text of the footnote.

When you add a footnote, a number appears in the main text. The number is a reference to a footnote. For example, in the images shown, the [1] in the main content refer to footnote [1] at the bottom of the page.

In Paligo, you can create as many footnotes as you need in each topic. You can then reference them in the main text.