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Show subject classifications in the abstract view..

Postby golonka » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:38 am

I have searched the documentation and this forum in vain.. How can I make subject classification codes to show up in the abstract view (and as meta-tags in the html-source for that matter). They do show up in the Article tools/Indexing metadata however. I must have missed some info but this beats me..
Exampel post: http://imhotep.ems-cdc.org/index.php/im ... cle/view/7

Thanks in advance for any input..

/Anders
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Re: Show subject classifications in the abstract view..

Postby golonka » Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:48 am

OK, if there was a way to do this in the web interface I would have got an answer by now. I simply added this to article.tpl to achieve what I wanted:

{if $article->getLocalizedSubjectClass()}
<div id="articleSubjectClass">
<h4>MSC</h4>
<br />
<div>{$article->getLocalizedSubjectClass()|escape}</div>
<br />
</div>

{/if}

/Anders
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