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Hope I haven't misunderstood the question... If you want to add the word "Appendix" each time a chapter title is printed (inside appendices), you can add the line \renewcommand*\printchaptername{\Large\bfseries\appendixname~} just after issuing the \appendix command. MWE \documentclass[a4paper,openany,article]{memoir} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...

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The problem is the clipping rectangle you are specifying, which starts at -.3\textwidth units below (0,0). This can be easily detected if you put a \fbox around each tikz picture, to reveal the actual extension of the picture: \begin{figure} \subbottom[]{ \fbox{\tikz{ \draw (0,0) ...

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Look down further in biblatex.def and you will find \or % memoir (book) % .... \defbibheading{subbibliography}[\refname]{% \section*{#1}% \ifmemoirbibintoc {\phantomsection \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{#1}} {}% \if@twoside\markright{\memUChead{#1}}\fi} Thus if \memoirbibintoc is true, it will add a reference header to the ...

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The following code compiles: all \sc to \scshape the tikzpicture code used inside a \chapter* protected against expansion and the finishing touch with a redefinition of \chapternumberline This being said, you could have a look at package etoc for ultimate possibilities of TOC customization, using TikZ if you like. \documentclass{memoir} ...

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I put this in an answer so I can use images and stuff. It were the comments by Lev and Dan who pushed me in the right direction though so please feel free to provide a "proper answer" (i.e. not one by myself) and I'll gladly accept it. So it turns out with all my construction stuff I didn't even think of the fact that text comes in these discrete units ...

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You are right, chapter and sectioning commands are redefined by tex4ht. Chapter styles are not used at all, but they couldn't work anyway, because tex4ht doesn't know how to translate TeX layout to CSS needed in web pages. It really isn't easy task. So you have to style generated elements yourself. There is the \Css command for providing CSS declarations. ...

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The black box is caused simply by the overlapping of the part number and the part title. This overlap is caused by not allowing enough space for the number. You can solve the problem by leaving more space. This is controlled by the \cftpartnumwidth length. Set it to an appropriate value (2em seems to work nicely if you have fewer than 7 parts). ...

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