When you are referencing information in the footnote, is it customary to put the footnote number inside the quote or outside?
For instance is it:
"The pink pig."1
"The pink pig.1"
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If you're referring to APA style and you want to cite a quote you're using, then you don't use numbered lists, instead you use authors and page numbers to reference the specific quote. If you want to reference specific content, without a quote, that adds to the material you've described, then I'd say that the footnote ID, 1, would follow your text.