|citestyle XML DTD: User Element View||[DTD Element View]|
(((REFNUMBER|AUTHORLIST|PUBDATE|TITLE|JOURNALNAME|VOLUME|ISSUE| PAGES|PUBLISHER|PUBPLACE), SEPARATOR?)+)
YEARONLY is the wrapper for the information that defines the appearance of an in-text citation that shows only the publication date (for author-year citation styles) or the reference number (for numeric citation styles). It can have the same children as a PUBTYPE element. This element should be used in conjunction with the AUTHORONLY element to obtain a citation format that keeps the authors in the flow of the normal text, as shown in the following example sentence:
... as was shown by Smith and Miller in a recent publication (2001).
AUTHORLIST, ISSUE, JOURNALNAME, PAGES, PUBDATE, PUBLISHER, PUBPLACE, REFNUMBER, SEPARATOR, TITLE, VOLUME
<YEARONLY> <PUBDATE FORMAT="YES" SEQUENCE="Y" MONTHFORMAT="ARABICMONTH" DAYFORMAT="ARABICDAY" YEARFORMAT="FOURDIGIT" PADLEADINGZERO="YY"> <PRECEEDING>(</PRECEEDING> <FOLLOWING>)</FOLLOWING> </PUBDATE> </YEARONLY>