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Two parts of same journal

Postby knjigor » Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:24 am

Hi, I have one question,

We are using OJS for a quite long time from now, and we are in process of putting new journals in system, problem is that we have a journal that consists of two volumes, per number. Is there a way to put booth volumes on front page of the journal in ojs so that users don't need to go in archive?
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Re: Two parts of same journal

Postby JasonNugent » Tue Jan 22, 2013 7:03 am

Hi knjigor,

This would be a custom modification, I'm afraid. You'd need to make changes to pages/index/IndexHandler.inc.php and add code that somehow knew which two issues to include on the journal home page. Right now, the handler simply calls $issueDao->getCurrentIssue() and assigns it to a variable in the template. You would also need to modify templates/index/journal.tpl to display both issues.

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