Re: [greenstone-users] Html links in text files

From Katherine Don
DateWed, 31 Mar 2004 15:47:02 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Html links in text files
In-Reply-To (000001c4099f$8a281830$6501a8c0-fujitsu)
Hi Graham

TEXTPlug doesn't do anything with its text, other than escaping some
special characters, and adding <pre> tags around it.

If you want links to be added as html <a> tags, you will need to either
modify TEXTPlug to look for links, or convert your documents to html and
use HTMLPlug. (The plugin code can be found in gsdl/perllib/plugins).

Katherine Don

Graham S. Green wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a number of text documents in my library which also contains
> various http links. The library build ok with the text files however
> the links do not work. Is it possible for me to get the links to work
> from the actual text files or do I have to convert them all to html
> documents with embedded links?
> Thanks
> Graham
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