Name

t:person-name-first-last — Formats a personal name in the “first-last” style.

Template:
{http://docbook.org/ns/docbook/templates}person-name-first-last
Defined in:
modules/info.xsl
Used in:
modules/info.xsl
Used by:
t:person-name

Synopsis

<xsl:template name="t:person-name-first-last"/>

Description

The “first-last” style formats a personal name as: the first honorific, followed by the given name, followed possibly by the “middle name”, followed by the surname, followed by the lineage. See t:person-name.

If an othername is provided and if $othername-in-middle is true, then the first othername will be treated as a “middle name” and presented between the given and family names.

Example 1.1, The first-last name style shows an example of a personal name to be formatted with the “first-last” style.

 
<para>The author is
<personname role="first-last">
      <givenname>Norman</givenname>
      <surname>Walsh</surname>
      <othername>David</othername>
   </personname>.</para>
Example 1.1 The first-last name style

That would be formatted as:

The author is Norman David Walsh.