where can I add the RSS icon?

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where can I add the RSS icon?

Postby dsanchez » Thu Nov 30, 2006 9:32 am


I just active the Feed Plugin in the admin and now I'd love to put some Feed icon in the bottom of our page. How can I do that?. What rss-link I have to point the feed icon to?



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Re: where can I add the RSS icon?

Postby mj » Tue Dec 05, 2006 3:40 pm

Hi David,

The RSS/Atom icon links appear on the right-hand sidebar on the table of contents page for the current issue (index.php/myjournal/issue/current). In the CVS version of the WebFeed plugin (to be included in the next OJS release), this can be configured to appear on every page.

In the meantime, if you want to manually add RSS/Atom feed links to the bottom of your page, you will have to edit the file /templates/common/footer.tpl and make a change like so:


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</div><!-- content -->
</div><!-- main -->
</div><!-- body -->


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</div><!-- content -->
</div><!-- main -->

<a href="{url page="feed" op="atom"}">
<img src="{$baseUrl}/plugins/generic/webFeed/templates/images/atom10_logo.gif" order="0" alt="" border="0" /></a>
<a href="{url page="feed" op="rss2"}">
<img src="{$baseUrl}/plugins/generic/webFeed/templates/images/rss20_logo.gif" order="0" alt="" border="0" /></a>
<a href="{url page="feed" op="rss"}">
<img src="{$baseUrl}/plugins/generic/webFeed/templates/images/rss10_logo.gif" order="0" alt="" border="0" /></a>

</div><!-- body -->

Or however you would like it to appear in your footer. I should also note that there is a previous discussion similar to this elsewhere in the forum: viewtopic.php?t=1078

Hope this helps!

MJ Suhonos
Open Journal Systems
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