The maketitle command generates a title on a separate title page – except in the article style, where the title normally goes at the top of the first page. Information used to produce the title is obtained from the following declarations, which should precede the maketitle command.
The Titlepage Environment allows you to design your own title page, rather than using that created by the maketitle command whose format is determined by the document style. . See also: Page Styles, Titlepage Environment
Go to LaTeX Table of Contents Revised: Sheldon Green, 16 Nov 1995.
You can also use listoffigures to show all the figures in your document (see later).
Up to this point we’ve been using LaTeX’s default page numbering. Under most circumstances this is fine, but for the first few pages, such as the contents and title pages, you might want something a bit different.
stops the pages being numbered
- pagestyle this is the default; it puts the numbers at the bottom of the page
puts the numbers at the top of the page; the precise style and content depends on the document class
numbers pages using Roman numerals; use arabic to switch it back
The titling package provides a number of facilities that permit manipulation of the appearance of a maketitle command, the thanks commands within it, and so on. The package also defines a titlingpage environment, that offers something in between the standard classes’ titlepage option and the titlepage environment, and is itself somewhat configurable.
The memoir class includes all the functionality of the titling package, while the KOMA-script classes have their own range of different titling styles.
The author command declares the author(s), where names is a list of authors separated by and commands. Use \ to separate lines within a single author’s entry — for example, to give the author’s institution or address.
The maketitle command generates a title on a separate title page – except in the article style, where the title normally goes at the top of the first page. Information used to produce the title is obtained from the following declarations.
Post by yaozhao » Mon Oct 29, 2018 6:37 pm
Probably the easiest way:
Other document styles (such as the book and letter styles) have other `sectioning’ commands available (for example, the book style has a chapter command for beginning a new chapter).
Section headings of various sizes are produced (in the article document style) using the commands section , subsection and subsubsection commands. LaTeX will number the sections and subsections automatically. The title of the section should be surrounded by braces and placed immediately after the relevant command. Thus if we type
Is it possible to completely disable the title, i.e. not even title<> , when export org file to latex? I am using org mode to write paper the latex template provided by the publisher does not allow title<> command appears before begin
Does this mean that there is no way to get rid of the title<> command in the exported latex file?
If the official guidelines do not explicitly state it, do not use more than two different font sizes. In the template, I used the same font size throughout the title page ( Large ).
Often universities provide official LaTeX templates for PhD theses. If your university doesn’t, here is a template. The template includes the most common elements of a thesis title page:
For your convenience Springer has developed macros and templates to help you prepare your manuscript.
Since Springer style files will change all titles in your bibliography to lower case, please preserve capitalization where needed (proper names, acronyms) by adding curly braces: