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Subject: Re: [docbook] Moving down the title block on titlepage

I'm not familiar with the publican stylseheets, but I can offer some general guidance. Your custom 'company.logo' template generates a block-container with absolute-position="fixed". Such block containers do not affect the layout of other elements, so as far as the title positioning is concerned, the logo container isn't there.

You'll probably have to add a space-before property to the fo:block containing the title you want to move down. If it is the first flowing content on the page, such a space-before property is ignored unless you also add space-before.conditionality="retain". And if the current template already uses the fully qualified properties space-before.maximum, space-before.minimum, and space-before.optimum, then you will need to specify all of those instead of just space-before.

Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises

On 1/6/2015 2:43 AM, Sascha Manns wrote:
Hello list,

i'm using docbook with publican and customized xsl stylesheets. My used
stylesheets are placed in

The pdf.xsl is the mainfile like docbook.xsl.
Inside "book.titlepage.recto" i have placed a <xsl:call-template
name="company.logo"/> which places my company logo on the titlepage. The
pdf.xsl is the original one from publican and xcom.customized.xsl are my
customizing stylesheet.
Actually i have the problem, that the titleblock is too close to the
company logo. So i would like to place it in the middle of the site.

Maybe anyone can help me to fix this?

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