What I found out is this works great for Windows - but when I move my
collection from a Windows box (which is where I develop the library) to the
server where it is hosted (a CentOS Linux box) this classifier argument no
longer works. I click on the icon and it never goes anywhere
Is there a different classifier argument I need to use with Linux?
Thanks for your help in this matter,
From: Katherine of Greenstone Team [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 8:03 AM
To: Dwight Martin
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Replace About Page with Browser Page
You need to use cl instead of d for the classifier argument.
Dwight Martin wrote:
> I have improved on this a bit. I have removed the Detach/Highlight
> by changing the format statement. But I still can't get the correct icon
> show up. It defaults to a folder icon when I want it to use the bookshelf
> icon that Greenstone normally uses.
> Is this a bug in Greenstone or is there a way I can do this in a format
> statement? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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> Subject: [greenstone-users] Replace About Page with Browser Page
> I want to show the first classifier (Subjects) as the default page rather
> than the About Page when you enter a collection.
> To try to do this I have changed the last line of the collect.cfg to:
> receptionist gsdl?a=d&d=CL1&c=MIS&l=en
> This sort of works. Because the page that comes up looks a little
> than the actual classifier (Subjects) page. It has added Detach/Highlight
> buttons into the page and it used a folder icon rather than the bookshelf
> icon that is displayed on the Subjects page.
> Is there a format statement I can change to make this look right? Or is
> there a better way of doing this
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