This is a follow-up question to Space between two slashes. Bianca Lobo's answer (defining a \twobar command with proper kerning) is nice; however, it doesn't work in the argument of the \url command ...
I am trying to include a URL in my Latex document which contains a pound sign, #, in it. If I run it without escaping the # sign, I get an error. If I escape it, then the escape character is ...
Is there an easy way for Latex to ignore all special characters in a given phrase? For example, I had to copy several links which contained the symbol _ . I know that it is possible to put \ in front ...
Background A while ago it became possible to use the letters æ, ø and å in URLs, and some websites, like the encyclopaedia Store Norske Leksikon, has made use of this. Recently, a question was ...