Hello katherine, yes, if I am viewing a document from a browsing list, the
hyperlinked metadata displays nicely, but not from search results. I only
have multiple valued hyperlink metada in the document view. I tried to apply
it in my search and browsing list but it only worked for the first item of
the list maybe because of the <body onload>?. Anyway, I have to turn off
highlighting to be able to make my hyperlinked metadata display correctly in
won't work even if it is coming from the browsing list, I don't know why. I
hope this is clear and thank you for your response.
Regards and more power!
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:53 AM, Katherine Don <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Have you got this working yet, or do you still need help?
> What exactly are you trying to do? Is it the following:
> In search results and browse lists, you are displaying multiple valued
> metadata for each item, and you are hyperlinking each one to a search or
> that metadata. And this is working from a browsing list, but not from search
> results. Is that correct?
> Is it the search that is not working, or the display of the search results?
> are you trying this from the search results or from the document view?
> SEAFDEC/AQD Library wrote:
> Hello greenstone users. I followed the instructions in "How can I
> hyperlink individual metadata elements?<http://wiki.greenstone.org/index.php/Customizing_collections#How_can_I_hyperlink_individual_metadata_elements.3F>"
> using Katherine Don's version. The metadata values as link displays nicely
> and clicking them would retrieve all documents with this metadata. However,
> this is not working if coming off from a search, instead of showing the
> metadata values nicely, a bunch of strings are displayed. I'm sure it is the
> highlighting that is causing this because if I turned off highlighting, the
> metadata values displays nicely. While searching from the mailing list about
> my problem, I encountered this post, *[greenstone-users] highlighting
> messes up macros [REALLY SOLVED(?)]*<https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/htdig/greenstone-users/2005-October/002848.html>.
> I don't know how could I apply her solution to mine. Any ideas? Or is there
> an option that could turn off highlighting by default? Thanks in advance and
> hoping for a positive reply. More power to greenstone team.
> Elvi S. Nemiz
> Info. Asst.
> SEAFDEC/AQD Library
> Tigbauan, Iloilo.
> greenstone-users mailing email@example.com://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-users
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