\documentclass[12pt, letterpaper, titlepage]{article} % font size could be 10pt (default), 11pt or 12 pt % paper size could be letterpaper (default), legalpaper, executivepaper, % a4paper, a5paper or b5paper % side could be oneside (default) or twoside % columns could be onecolumn (default) or twocolumn % graphics could be final (default) or draft % % titlepage could be notitlepage (default) or titlepage which % makes an extra page for title % % paper alignment could be portrait (default) or landscape % % equations could be % default number of the equation on the right and equation centered % leqno number on the left and equation centered % fleqn number on the right and equation on the left side % \title{Article about HTML code using \LaTeX{2e} } \author{Carlos Araya \\ Your Company / University \\ \and The Other Dude \\ His Company / University \\ } \date{\today} % \date{\today} date could be today % \date{25.12.00} or be a certain date % \date{ } or there is no date \begin{document} % Hint: \title{what ever}, \author{who care} and \date{when ever} could stand % before or after the \begin{document} command % BUT the \maketitle command MUST come AFTER the \begin{document} command! \maketitle \begin{abstract} Short introduction to subject of the paper \ldots \end{abstract} %\tableofcontents % create a table of contents \section{Introduction} Make it possible for all to write documents with \LaTeX{}! \subsection{more introduction} Go more in detail \ldots \subsubsection{even more introduction} come to the point \ldots \paragraph{Paragraphs} A paragraph is small but \subparagraph{Subparagraphs} subparagraphs are smaller! \paragraph{Outline} First we start with a little example of the article class, which is an important documentclass. But there would be other documentclasses like book \ref{book}, report \ref{report} and letter \ref{letter} which are described in Section \ref{documentclasses}. Finally, Section \ref{conclusions} gives the conclusions. \section{Documentclasses} \label{documentclasses} \begin{itemize} \item article \item book \item report \item letter \end{itemize} \begin{enumerate} \item article \item book \item report \item letter \end{enumerate} \begin{description} \item[article\label{article}]{Article is \ldots} \item[book\label{book}]{The book class \ldots} \item[report\label{report}]{Report gives you \ldots} \item[letter\label{letter}]{If you want to write a letter.} \end{description} \section{tabular} No paper without a tabular! \begin{tabular}{|l|c|r|p{2cm}|} \hline first column & second column & third column & fourth column \\ \hline l stand for left & c for center & r for right & and p for predefined size \\ \hline \end{tabular} \section{some math} Math in text is called in line math just put \$character around the math think. Like$ a^2 + b^2 = c^2 \$. It looks better if you use this $a^2 + b^2 = c^2$ \section{Conclusions}\label{conclusions} There is no longer \LaTeX{} example which was written by \cite{doe}. \begin{thebibliography}{9} \bibitem[Doe]{doe} \emph{First and last \LaTeX{} example.}, John Doe 50 B.C. \end{thebibliography} \end{document}