This marker is intended to be used by contributors of the Dreamworks Animation Wiki who feel that a piece of information they found needs a credible source to be considered verifiable.
Cite Your Sources!
If you came to this page by clicking the "source?" link, it means that the information presented in that statement is unsourced and may be challenged and removed.
Please give verifiable sources for information using the <ref>...</ref> tags, properly citing the website or piece of literature where the information appeared.
Why use it?
- Easy indication of information in need of a source
- Easy way to request a source
- Helps the wiki's reputation as a credible source with verifiable information
When to use this template
Use this template when a page:
- ...has questionable information that may need a source, but doesn't list one
- Any other reason as specified by an administrator
How to Use
To add this template to an article (either to request a source or to remind yourself that a citation needs to be added), simply copy and paste the provided code at the end of the piece of information or sentence containing it, just like you would to cite a reference.
For a list of articles lacking sources, click here.