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Our journal is at https://ojs.hh.se/index.php/JISIB
When you publish a new issue, the link to the old articles/issue disappers/is substituted. This is a problem when ex. google scholar links to the same page but cannot find old articles. How can I make the old articles stay/accessible?
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I'm assuming that you mean the Table of Contents on the home page changes -- this is as it should be, as the home page only usually ever displays the current issue. You can find your older issues in your "Archives" page here: https://ojs.hh.se/index.php/JISIB/issue/archive
. You don't need to worry about Google Scholar: we work closely with Google Scholar so that OJS journals work well with it; it knows exactly where to find your content, and does not require the home page to find it.
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