These tutorials were first published on the original Share Late X blog site during August 2013; consequently, today's editor interface (Overleaf) has changed considerably due to the development of Share La Te X and the subsequent merger of Share La Te X and Overleaf.However, much of the content is still relevant and teaches you some basic La Te X—skills and expertise that will apply across all platforms.We'll continue working on the same project as last time and the first thing we will do is make the document two-sided so that we save paper by printing on both sides. To configure the page layout, we enter instructions into the square brackets of this command.
Next, you would need to have your static page which is used as homepage to display using the Frontpage template.
To do that, go to the Edit Page (which you are using as your homepage) and scroll down to the section on your right until you see the Thesis Skin Custom Template: Change the Custom template from “No Custom Template” to “Front Page” and click on “Update” to save the template.
If you’re like most users, there are so many options available in the Thesis administration panels that you haven’t actually tried out all of them – and you might not know what they all do.
One option in particular has stumped many new Thesis users, as it’s not immediately obvious what it’s for.
In the previous tutorial we looked at setting up the basic structure for a thesis.
In this post we'll start customising the page layout using the packages.
To illustrate, let me show you one of my blogs where the top navigation menu stubbornly stuck at the top (I have changed the layout of the blog now): While top menu for the other pages have moved downwards: Previously I had encountered this problem but did not know how to solve it. This happens to users who set for their homepage to display a static page instead of latest posts.
Users who uses a static page (in Word Press settings where they have changed their site/blog homepage to display a static page) would have the navigation menu remaining on the top of the header: As the default template in Thesis theme is to have the menu appearing on top, if you wish to move the menu to appear beneath the header image, the solution is very simple.
This guide will help you use Microsoft Word for your dissertation.
Topics include: formatting page numbers, using chapter templates, footnotes, images, and figures.