Posts Tagged ‘webpage’

When working with large documents with tens (or hundreds) of pages, it’s useful to be able to scroll directly to the section you’re interested in by clicking the section in the table of contents. In LaTeX, this functionality can be added quickly and easily in just a few lines using the hyperref package (and the […]

If you have a web page which has been moved to another URL, or if the page has been completely removed, chances are people will have that address saved in their bookmarks, or they will try to access the page via a search engine and get a 404 – Page Not Found error. Not only […]

In BibTeX there is no bibliography record type for website references. Luckily, the Misc bibliography record type has a howpublished attribute, which may be mixed with the \url command to allow website referencing. Below is an example of a document named urlbib which demonstrates this. File: urlbib.tex \documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article} \usepackage{url} \begin{document} \section*{Testing the URL citations} Line […]