ToC and Issue Image on Journal Home Page

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ToC and Issue Image on Journal Home Page

Postby chameleon2011 » Wed Jun 14, 2006 7:57 pm

Having another stab:

This is getting closer to what I'm trying to achieve, but with the following tweaks. The home page of the journal is the only one getting there at the moment.

This is the code I'd like to be generating at the top of each issue page:

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<div id="issueHeader">
  <a href="/0605/images/collaborate-cover.jpg">
    <img src="/0605/images/collaborate-cover_crop.jpg" alt="Palms - Image by Ann McLean" border="1" height="90" width="400">
  <h1>'collaborate'</h1> <!-- Issue Title -->

The volume, title and issue number are obviously being extracted correctly, but I'm hoping to display them as an unordered list:

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<ul class="issuePubDetails">
        <li>Volume 9</li>
        <li>Issue 2</li>
        <li>May 2006</li>

This will get things looking like the old static site:

While the current journal issue displays OK, I'm trying to remove the discrepancy in the display from the following pages:



I expect that I'll be needing to further modify the templates/issue/*.tpl files, but I'm a little lost as to which variables should be checked for using conditional statements, and which should remain unchecked.

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