... so if you had an article by James MacGregor, and split it into multiple HTML files, your links would probably look something like:
I guess there's no way to eliminate the /ojs/index.php part of the URL with OJS's built in functions, is there? Would I have to do that with a RewriteRule in my .htaccess site file for each individual article?
Also something very strange is happening with URL's and frames I do not understand that might prevent me from doing such low level redirects: when I navigate through the OJS structure to an article from our journal homepage I get to the article fine and arrive at a URL such as
http://www.ethnobotanyjournal.org/ojs/i ... ew/132/117
But then if I copy and paste this URL into another browser window it just loads our journal homepage as if I'd typed
I've tried this both in Safari and Firefox on a Mac
Is this due to the frames, and is there a way to point directly to the PDF without the frame to get around this? I didn't see anything about frames in the technical manual.
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