|Date||Mon, 25 Aug 2003 14:27:07 +1200|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-devel] Document Metadata visible in macros/collection icons|
|"Gregory S. Williamson" wrote:
> I've been flailing around trying to reformat the actual output to a user of greenstone pages, and have two reasonably simple questions that I can't seem to find answers to; perhaps someone out there could shed some light.
not as far as I know. the collection icon is a metadata element and can have macros inside it, but I dont think it could have [Subject] type things in it cos its not a format statement.
> <! textheader macro of headers/footers section of document.dm !>
> <p> <! no subject found in textheader of document.dm !>,
> <table width=537><tr><td align=right>
> <! end textheader macro of headers/footers section of document.dm !>
> Consistantly I get "no subject found" comment in the output html file both for page where I would not expect it to be set (e.g. a page where I am selecting from a list of documents) and it is also inserted on pages where the metadata tag "Subject" is defined when the DocumentText macro (from the collect.cfg file) is executed.
I think that you cant have [metadata] in a macro, only in a format statement.