[greenstone-users] Re: GSDL -search display

From Greenstone Team
DateTue Aug 9 19:12:47 2011
Subject [greenstone-users] Re: GSDL -search display
In-Reply-To (CABdDSuxPhEmRbxsf9iejU2v+5VX4xDok1Vn6W9jWo03wKowz7A-mail-gmail-com)
Hi Vinod,

Your 2nd question was whether's it possible to remove the reference to

1. Open your collection in GLI, and go to its Format pane.

2.Choose Format Features to the left. To the right, select VList.

3. In the text area below labelled "HTML Format String", you will see
something like:

<td valign="top">[link][icon][/link]</td>
<td valign="top">[highlight]

4. Remove the text in the last line from "{If}" to "<i>}", so that you get:

To answer to your first question (if you can display the document titles
in Sanskrit) I have to refer to the previous email you sent to the
mailing list. You had attached a Word document then, which contained
screen captures of your Yoga Glossary collection's search page. The
search results in that screen capture listed document titles in Sanskrit.

This means that the Format Feature for Search is correct in displaying
document titles. I think you would merely need to do the same for the
Format Feature of your VList.

If you don't understand what I mean, then email me the contents of your
Yoga Glossary collection's etc/collect.cfg file. You can find this file
inside your Greenstone installation's "collect" folder. In there, locate
your "yoga glossary" collection folder, and open up the "etc" folder
inside it. Attach the "collect.cfg" file you will find there to your
next email, and I will have a look to see if I can adjust it for you so
as to get the Sanskrit document titles displaying on Browse as well.


VinodKumar BL wrote:
> Namaste, Anupama,
> In the GSDL search option, if we search the non-eng terms, can it be
> possible to display teh non-english font in the browser.
> Regards
> VInod
> GSDL-search display.jpg
> --
> Regards
> VinodKumar BL
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