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html format in galley

Postby biju » Mon Sep 05, 2005 6:26 am

Hello,
I would like some advice on uploading an html format in the galley.
I am slightly confused about the image uploading and the style sheet links.

which folder are the images uploaded to and how do I link to them in the html file?

Thanks
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Thanks, A search of the board gave the answer

Postby biju » Mon Sep 05, 2005 8:11 am

Hello,
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HTML Upload

Postby ramon » Mon Sep 05, 2005 10:31 am

Biju,

You will use the same form to submit the HTML, images and css (if you want a specific css for the article).

You must set the src attribute in the images correctly for them to be displayed. If you're using version 1.x, all submission images are saved in:

images/articleimages

all images are saved as:
JOURNALINITIALS-YEAR-image000.xxx, where .xxx is the format... You have 3 digits to play with. Year is a folder automatically created by the system, where the article files are stored.

You should set the src and send the images in order of appearance. Be aware that sometimes the second image is not sent correctly, so you must refresh the window. On firefox, you will need to change the url to a page where you can go back to the editing. In IE, it refreshes correctly.
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Postby biju » Mon Sep 05, 2005 12:58 pm

Thanks Ramon,

That cleared a lot of confusion. I now realize that the naming of the images is crucial. "image 1" won't work while "image1" will.

Thanks again
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Version 2.x

Postby SergioRuiz » Tue Oct 04, 2005 3:49 am

Hi there,

Ramon said:

You must set the src attribute in the images correctly for them to be displayed. If you're using version 1.x, all submission images are saved in:

images/articleimages


What about version 2.x?

Thanks,

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Postby asmecher » Wed Oct 05, 2005 10:22 am

Hello all,

To use images in OJS 2.x, simply use the same filename in the img tag that you will use when uploading the image. For example, if you upload an image called myImage.gif, you would use the following in your HTML galley:

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<img src="myImage.gif"/>


Note that even though your system may not be case sensitive, the server might be -- e.g. if you're uploading files from a Windows machine to a Unix server, you'll have to make sure that the cases in your HTML code and the upload form match.

Regards,
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