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I am trying to make a page border for cover page only (the first page) as shown in the figure.

Page Border

Any ideas how to achieve this?

  • Do you want this specific design, or something like that? – chadoulis Dec 27 '17 at 20:27
  • Hi @RajaAyaz... Are you willing on using tikz package? I think it is the easier way and gives you really much abilities... – koleygr Dec 27 '17 at 20:39
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Here is a tikz solution:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{tikz}
\usetikzlibrary{calc}


\begin{document}
\begin{titlepage}
   \begin{tikzpicture}[remember picture,overlay,inner sep=0,outer sep=0]
     \draw[blue!70!black,line width=4pt] ([xshift=-1.5cm,yshift=-2cm]current page.north east) coordinate (A)--([xshift=1.5cm,yshift=-2cm]current page.north west) coordinate(B)--([xshift=1.5cm,yshift=2cm]current page.south west) coordinate (C)--([xshift=-1.5cm,yshift=2cm]current page.south east) coordinate(D)--cycle;

     \draw ([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]A)-- ([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]B)--
     ([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]B) --([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]B)--([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]C)--([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]C)--([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]C)-- ([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]D)--([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]D)--([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]D)--([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=0.5cm]A)--([yshift=-0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]A)--([yshift=0.5cm,xshift=-0.5cm]A);


     \draw ([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]A)-- ([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]B)--
     ([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]B) --([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]B)--([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]C)--([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]C)--([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]C)-- ([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]D)--([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]D)--([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]D)--([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=-0.3cm]A)--([yshift=0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]A)--([yshift=-0.3cm,xshift=0.3cm]A);

   \end{tikzpicture}
\begin{center}
  {\Huge Title}\vspace{\fill}

  {\Large Author name}\vspace{\fill}

  \today
  \vspace{\fill}
\end{center}
\end{titlepage}
\end{document}

Output:

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  • Welcome @RajaAyaz... we could automate it a little bit to have easier adjustable distances... But I think you get the point – koleygr Dec 28 '17 at 6:34
  • Thanks, I tailored your solution to my needs a little bit and it works perfectly :) – Raja Ayaz Dec 28 '17 at 9:25

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