Years ago I had to fight to preserve citation styles - especially fighting inline citation. Because I honestly believe Inline citation is ugly and throws off my reading experience.
Now, Citations in the style I used then were generated by
Text<sup>Source p.##</sup> for
That could result in problematic rendering on screen readers. For example, some just strip supertext formatting and render it
At times I fixed that by adding a space before the supertext. Better... but not nice sill: I was told other users have problems reading more than a few characters of supertext.
As a result, I have asked on Meta if the stack could offer us a method that makes formatting references easier.
In the meantime, I am working on manually formatting my citations using Supertext for just numerals and a list of sources in the end - which technically is where I had adapted my citation style from. The example would look like this:
- Source p.##
Are there problems with the new and improved citation style that botch accessibility?
After a test, using Wikipedia style
 for the supertext can turn the source-number into a link, like seen with this: 1
(1) doesn't do this so might be the better adjustment if needed, unless a link is wanted