I'm writing a report for the university. They're being very specific about specifying formatting for citation. Although I suspect the mentor won't be very strict, I'm still interested in having as close output from LaTeX as possible. I'm an utter newbie with LaTeX, so I'm learning as I go.
Having picked up a template from another Croatian university that has a very similar format, I've began writing my text and customizing the template as I go. The issue I ran into is with citations.
Here are the (translated) instructions on citing:
Citing: On every page, place reference into a footnote. See appendix for information on format. Literature: At the end; list authors alphabetically.
Note: For second and other citations of the same bibliographical unit, you should list the following: First and last name of the author, in parenthesis a numerical identifier of the footnote where it's first listed, number of page where it's first listed.
So far, I switched from
biber in order to make use of
\footcite. I've played with some defaults (
style=numeric, …), but I feel that as a newbie it'd take me a long, long time to figure out how to get this exact behavior.
How would I go about forcing full bibliography entry to appear in the first reference to an entry in a
\footcite, then having subsequent entries display author name, first footnote's ID and first footnote's page number, while at the same time having full entry appear in the Literature section?