Titlesec, Titletoc, Titleps
This directory holds 3 packages for sectioning titles – when used as such (titlesec), in headers and footers (titleps) and in tables of contents (titletoc). They can be used separately, but you will get most of them when used together.
Sectioning titles, including margin and
wrap titles, different format in odd and even pages, rules above and below the title, adding new sectioning levels, measuring the width of the title, etc.
TOC entries, with the possibility of changing the format in the middle of a document, grouping the entries in a single paragraph, pretty free-forms entries, partial tocs, etc. It's described in
Page styles with working top marks, access to top, first and bot marks in a single header/footer, rules, headers/footers for specific floats (kinda
\thispagestyle), multiple sets of marks, etc. An one-stage mechanims is used, without intermediate
2.11 2019-07-16 - New license: MIT. - Option nostruts, to remove struts inserted by titlesec. - Reorganized code: only sty files, removed def and tss ones (although the mechanism for tss still works). - Fix - Wrong hyperlinks in table of contents with the starred versions, because of a change of behavior of hyperref (it patches the behaviour of an internal macro in hyperref). - Fix - Wrong spacing with titleps and displayed text after a section. - Fix - Newly defined floats raised an error with titletoc.
No .ins/.dtx preinstalation is required. Move the files to a place where LaTeX can find them and typeset titlesec.tex. All of files in this directory are necessary for titlesec.sty to work, except the manual titlesec.tex (and this 'readme' file). The manual requires titlesec.sty and titletoc.sty.
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titlesec – Select alternative section titles
A package providing an interface to sectioning commands for selection from various title styles. E.g., marginal titles and to change the font of all headings with a single command, also providing simple one-step page styles. Also includes a package to change the page styles when there are floats in a page. You may assign headers/footers to individual floats, too.
|Copyright||1998–2019 Javier Bezos|
|Maintainer||Javier Bezos López|
|Contained in||TeX Live as titlesec|
MiKTeX as titlesec
Page head and foot