I have put lots of pictures/images in my document and I would like to refer them. Below is my attemption after reading this. What do you think about the font, the alignment, the size of images, etc? Can you give me some advices? Thank you.
I think it looks fine since it will be printed in color as long as it makes sense in the larger scheme of your document. The only suggestion I have is since you're printing in color, keep the blue for links but get rid of the underline. It will make them easier to read. You might also consider doing the link with at least the source name like:
National Institute of Health (http://nih.gov/science/)
Nature: International weekly journal of science (http://www.nature.com/news/drug-brings-hiv-out-of-hiding-1.10180)
But really you should probably check a style guide. Maybe the AMA (American Medical Association) if there is no style guide in your country.
According to http://www.evansville.edu/libraries/ama.cfm the correct format for websites is:
Citations to Internet sources aren't as rigid as those surrounding books and articles. If you have doubts about what to include, usually the quick rule is "more is better". Important elements to include are:
- Author(s)' last name and first and middle initials (if known)
- Name of article/webpage
- If it is an abstract, note in [brackets] - OR
- Name of journal, if appropriate, with a [serial online] notation, followed by year;volume:pages
- Phrase "Available at:" and the URL of the page
- Phrase "Accessed" and the date you looked at it
Each element is followed by a period.
- Henkel J. Testicular Cancer: Survival High with Early Treatment. FDA Consumer magazine [serial online]. January-February 1996. Available at: http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/196_test.html. Accessed August 31, 1998.
- Salvatore S. Study links lupus to Epstein Barr virus. [CNN website]. December 15, 1997. Available at: http://cnn.com/HEALTH/9712/15/lupus.discovery/. Accessed August 31, 1998.
- Chabner E, Nixon A, Gelman R, et al. Family history and treatment outcome in young women after breast-conserving surgery and radiation therapy for early-stage breast cancer [abstract]. Journal of Clinical Oncology [serial online]. 1998;16:2045-2051. Available at: http://www.jcojournal.org/abs16_6/v16n6p2045.html. Accessed August 31, 1998.
Oh but make sure they're aligned the same. Consistency, consistency, consistency. Right now the top image has the caption one line up from the bottom. The second caption is aligned with the bottom. The third one looks like your screenshot was cut so its hard to say.