{urls} is about handling URLs in (La)TeX documents, commonly by using the \url macro provided by the {url} and {hyperref} packages.

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Keep URLs using plainnat but also sort citations by appearance

I wish to have URLS in my citations; however, using Plainnat, the citations get sorted alphabetically while I want them to sort in order of appearance. I thought of switching to unsrtnat but the issue ...
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Changing/disabling the mouse over/hover text of a hyperlink

I am using hyperref package to create links in my tex file. To define a link, I do \href{https://www.google.com}{google} When mouse is over the text, the destination, https://www.google.com in this ...
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How to produce bibliography hyperlinking journal title with url?

BibTeX exported from scientific journals usually have all the informations you need to cite them; one of them is the url. For saving space i would prefer to hyperlink the name of the journal rather ...
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ConTeXt: Use url parameter to hyperlink bibliography title references

Background A technical design document includes a number of citations. It would be convenient to include hyperlinks to the cited documents in the bibliography. The bibtex entries include articles, ...
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Make hyperlinks clickable in a DVI converted to PDF

I have a legacy system that "generates" documentation for one of our systems. The resulting DVI file is then converted to PDF using dvipdfm. The DVI contains URLs, but those aren't clickable in the ...
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Space is sometimes gobbled with microtype and url

I experimented with condensing URLs slightly and thought everything worked fine, until I noted a problem in the final proofreading. The first "this" in the following minimal example seems to have no ...
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\url command worked fine before using \urldef

Is there any way that \urldef can be overwritten by \url? A link with a % sign or ~ sign used to work just fine with \url before I used \urldef. After \urldef, my % signs in the cited link serves as a ...
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Using UTF8 inside \path from the url package

Whereas there are certain rules for how a URL is to be formed (where non ascii letters are not really allowed). How about \path? I happend to try \path{æøå}, saved in latin1 this gives the expected ...
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Bibliography: cleanest way (no bib encoding!) to add URLs and their related info?

I use LaTeX for writing my thesis and I'm trying to come up with a clean and elegant bibliography format for web page references. I've been searching and trying different things for hours, but none ...
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Dollar sign in URL in Texmaker

I am trying to format a URL using the url package. My URL has a dollar sign ($) in it. This line \url{\\000.000.000.00\ Redirected$ \DBLocker} compiles correctly and the result is what I want. ...
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Linebreak of URL in bib in own bibstyle

I have to use my own bibstyle for my thesis, but I have some trouble with longer URLs, which do not break correctly at the end of a line. Here's my MWE: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage[ ...
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Underline Hyperlinks Omitting the Descenders

I want to underline links (\url and \vref, \href, ...) omitting descenders in the manner shown in this answer while still supporting wrapping of long URIs (via \UrlBreaks or otherwise). Ideally, I can ...
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Use \url with pipe argument delimiter - in hyperref?

Basically, I have a bibtex field like this, where bibtex concatenation with # is used with a bibtex string variable: @String {mylink = "http://tex.stackexchange.com"} ... note = "At link " # mylink, ...
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Spaces are not formatted correctly in url paths when using sphinx package and reStructuredText

I have a problem similar to the one in: Obey spaces with URL package (path command). The obeyspaces option is not working within the pgfplots table column. However, my problem is slightly different ...
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How to put URL in bibtex bibliography

I'm having trouble to correctly finish my bibliography. In the website's region, I cannot place the url correctly. Can anyone help me out? I've search some questions, but I wasn't able to get the ...
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Fix URL overfull

when I break the URL in the bbl file I had to do more than one step and it takes time, but I would like to know a way or a usepackage to break the URL automatically
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Bibtex webpage citations, including journal and title?

I'm working on a LaTeX bibliography using natbib and apa-good.bst that includes a number of web sources, including both websites and newspaper articles published online. Based on other responses on ...
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Remove “URL:” from bibliography, but not the actual url

I want to include URLs in the bibliography, but I don't want the text URL: to be in the bibliography. I understand I can use note = {\url{...}} but is there a way to achieve this without modifying ...
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How to make url have same style as reference?

I use the APA citation to cite the references in the bib file. To show the url in the apa in the reference section, I use \usepackage{apacite} \usepackage{html} \usepackage{url} But when I check ...
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Configure link color in url package

This question discusses configuring link color in Lyx, however the accepted answer (or the question) doesn't address or solve my problem. If I use this setting, as suggested: % Enable links ...
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How can I have URLs wrapped in angle brackets in bibliographies

How can I create a BibTeX entry for a URL that generates, e.g., some author, 2015, URL:<http://foo.com> My problem is that using "Misc" or "Other" do not generate the angle brackets (around ...
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My URL underlining is ugly

I'm trying to put some underlined hyperlinks in my CV. And I can put them and they look nice: But there's this one word that I need to use and that looks ugly: And when I use this word it makes ...
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Underfull \hbox in the bibliography (badness 1824) in lines 114--114

I'm using Sharelatex and got the overfull \hbox command referring to my bibliography. The line referred to is: "\bibstyle{numeric}" \sloppy \nocite{*} \printbibliography \bibstyle{numeric} ...
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how to reduce a gap between words in a title of bibliography and a dot over the bibliography numbering

I am writing a scientific paper using IEEE journal Latex template \documentclass{IEEEtran} \usepackage{comment} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{float} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{ulem} ...
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URL hyphenation

I need to hyphenate an URL —I'm the using \url{ } command)—. I've found that one solution is to add the hyphen option to the url package. I've added it but the compilation doesn't work. I get the ...
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Bibtex entry without author starts with : when using lncs bibliography style

I have a reference without an author: @misc{abcd, title = {{The abcd Project}}, howpublished = "\url{http://abcd.org/}", note = "[Online; accessed 21-January-2015]" } In lncs format, the ...
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Break a URL before dots for BibLaTeX entries

I'm using BibLaTeX to generate the bibliography. Some of the entries contain very long URLs that need to be broken into two or more lines. The output I'm receiving is something like "Amazing ...
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How to include urldate on bibliography withou using the “note” option?

I'm using the natbib package and the plainnat style. Also I'm using the url package. \usepackage[authoryear,round]{natbib} \usepackage{url} \bibliographystyle{plainnat} My problem is the ...
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How can I use natbib and make my reference list resemble apalike?

My question is related to here and here, but I could not yet find a satisfying answer. I will use the same example from this post. I like the apalike reference style but I have trouble with breaking ...