figure table example equation procedure if the
formal.proceduresparameter is set to 1
By default, the generated title is placed before the object itself. You can move the title to appear after the object by altering the
formal.title.placement parameter. The default value of that parameter in
html/param.xsl looks like the following:
<xsl:param name="formal.title.placement"> figure before example before equation before table before procedure before </xsl:param>
The parameter is pairs of strings, each pair matching an element name to a location string. They are all
before by default. In your customization layer, you can modify this parameter to place titles after the object. The following example moves figure and equation titles to appear below their respective content:
<xsl:param name="formal.title.placement"> figure after example before equation after table before procedure before </xsl:param>
Be sure to keep the values paired up, or the stylesheet won't parse the parameter properly. The string does not have to be
after; it just has to be anything except
before to work.
If you output both print and HTML, then you can put different values of this parameter in the respective stylesheet customization files.
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