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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that have invalid generic values in
Cite uses generic title
Articles are listed in this category when Module:Citation/CS1 identifies template
|title= parameters that use place-holder titles. Such titles may have been provided by bots or other tools that are unable to identify the source's correct title. Pages in this category should only be added by Module:Citation/CS1.
CS1|2 maintains a short list of 'titles' that are typically not the title of the cited source. Some examples are:
are you a robot
internet archive wayback machine
log into facebook
login • instagram
no title– various forms
page not found
subscribe to read
unknown– various forms
webcite query result
website is for sale
If you are aware of other common place-holder titles, please report them at Help talk:Citation Style 1, so that they can be added to the list.
To resolve this error, replace the place-holder title with the source's actual title.
False positives are possible. When the name is valid, wrap the parameter value in the accept-this-as-written markup:
|title=((404th Fighter Aviation Regiment))
Please do not use this markup when it is not appropriate.
- See also Category: CS1 maint: archived copy as title
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