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I am using biblatex and I don't know how to achieve the following structure of referencing.

If an article is referenced for the first time, it should give the full citation in footnotes. Every time an article gets referenced, it should give the footnote number of the first full citation.

I tried the following...

\documentclass[10pt]{article}
\usepackage[backend=biber,style=footnote]{biblatex}
\begin{document}

Here's the first citataion \cite{ref1}. And here is the same on the same page \cite{ref1}.
\clearpage
And here is the same one on another page \cite{ref1}.

\end{document}

...but it creates the following.


First page:

Here's the first citation^1. And here is the same on the same page^2.

First page footnotes:

1) full citation of ref1

2) Ibid.

Second page: And here is the same one on another page^3

Second page footnotes:

3)Short citation of ref1 (see n.1)


How I want it to be is:


First page:

Here's the first citation^1. And here is the same on the same page^1.

First page footnotes:

1) full citation ref 1

Second page: And here is the same one on another page^1

Second page footnotes: No footnotes as no new article was referenced.

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