# FranklinTheorems.jl

Theorems Environment for Franklin.jl, using syntax reminiscent of the LaTeX `amsthm`

package.

## Installation

This is a plugin for Franklin.
In order to install it, `add FranklinTheorems`

in the Julia package manager.

To enable the plugin, add the following lines to the `utils.jl`

file:

```
# Includes the Package, bringing the lx_functions into scope
using FranklinTheorems
# Includes the custom markdown files, bringing the `\newcommand` and `\newenvironment` definitions into scope.
Franklin.include_external_config(FranklinTheorems.config_path())
```

Additionally, FranklinTheorems also creates the `.theorem`

, `.theorem-header`

, `.theorem-type`

, `.theorem-accordion`

, `.theorem-panel`

, `.theorem-accordion-text`

, and `.proof-box`

div environments. We provide a CSS file for the tufte Franklin style.
After installing the package, the following Julia code will return the path to a local copy of the CSS file:

```
using FranklinTheorems
FranklinTheorems.css_path()
```

## Usage

At the top of every markdown webpage you use this plugin for, include the line

`\enabletheorems`

and at the bottom of every such markdown webpage, include the lines

`\theoremscripts`

Then, you can create definitions, theorems, and lemmas:

```
\begin{definition}{The Name of The Defined}{label-name}
This is the body of the definition.
$$17 + 9$$
_You **can** include styling and math in the body of the definition._
\end{definition}
```

You can similarly use `\begin{theorem}...\end{theorem}`

and `\begin{lemma}...\end{lemma}`

.
Further, if the optional parameter `label-name`

is given, then you can run `\definitionref{label-name}`

to create a link to the definition.
You can similarly run `\theoremref{...}`

and `\lemmaref{...}`

.
The label-name parameter can also be left empty if you do not want to refer to it elsewhere.

#### Custom Theorem Blocks

Suppose you want to use blocks other than `theorem`

, `lemma`

, and `definition`

.
Then, in `utils.jl`

, you can specify additional blocks you want to use.
For example, suppose you want to provide some corollaries. Then, you would write:

`Franklin.include_external_config(FranklinTheorems.config_path(['corollary'])) `

Which would then export the `corollary`

environment and `corollaryref`

command, in addition to the standard `theorem`

, `lemma`

, and `definition`

commands and environments.

#### Proofs

You can also include proofs, which creates a new CSS class and has a QEQ box at its end.
To start and end a proof, use `\begin{proof}...\end{proof}`

.

In order to hide longer proofs, we also provide an interactive `dropdown`

latex-style environment.
Then the syntax

```
\begin{dropdown}{Dropdown Button Title}
\begin{proof}
Write your proof here.
\end{proof}
\end{dropdown}
```

creates a button, and hides the proof. The text of the button reads "Dropdown Button Title". When clicked, the proof can be revealed and hidden.

The `dropdown`

environment works without a proof inside of it; that's just the expected use-case.

The CSS is also written such that dropdown menus look nice immediately after a proof:

```
\begin{lemma}{Lovely Lemma}{lemma-eg}
This is a lovely lemma.
\end{lemma}
\begin{dropdown}{_Lovely proof of \lemmaref{lemma-eg}_}
\begin{proof}
This is a lovely proof.
\end{proof}
\end{dropdown}
```