For example, the following code produces an incorrect link and a citation without anything pointing to it:

With the script installed, this looks as follows (if you already have the script installed, you will see duplicate messages):

If installed correctly, you will see a red error message in this note[1]

If you don't see an error message, you may still need to bypass your cache.

The check for full citations that have no associated short citations pointing to them is a warning that often requires no action because full citations do not always need short citations. For example, the citation may be in a "Further reading" section, or Harvard citations may not be used in an article. To disable warnings that a long citation is present without a corresponding short citation, add the following to Special:MyPage/common.js, on a new line:

When reviewing articles, this means you will have to check manually that each full citation used as a source has a corresponding short citation, if appropriate.

The problems caught by this script often have one of the following causes: