As you're writing an HTML-based document, you may want to include footnotes (well, endnotes, actually). I find the easiest way to do this is to embed the footnote text exactly where I want the footnote marker to be, using [[...]] as my marker. Footnoter (this page) pulls the footnotes out of an HTML text, leaves a superscripted, hyperlinked number, and builds a list of hyperlinked footnotes. You can enclose your footnotes in any characters you want; the default is double brackets. For example, in this sentence [[this is a sample footnote]], the phrase "this is a sample footnote" would be treated as a footnote. Please note that nested footnotes will just confuse things.
The resulting page is presented in two parts: the body and the list of footnotes. Below that is a wysiwyg display of what the finished product will look like in a browser.
Footnoter doesn't touch your original file, of course. Just be careful not to paste its results over your original and good file, since its results may be hugely broken.
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