You need to create a section level index: document level indexes take
you to the start of a document, section indexes take you to a section.
Are you using the GLI? In the design pane, search indexes section you
can choose a level for each index.
If you are not using GLI, you need an index like section:text in the
indexes list (mg) or section in the levels list (mgpp) in the
Mark Sullivan wrote:
> We are building a digital library running Greenstone 2, with hopes to
> transition to Greenstone 3 in the foreseeable future. We have loaded a
> couple collections which utilize page turning, as they were built using
> When I do a full-text search against one of the collections, a hit list of
> books are returned. However, when I click on a single item in that list, I
> am taken to the very first page of that book.
> I am looking for a way to link to the page where the search term first
> Is anyone else doing this, or has anyone else built a system to get around
> this problem?
> Thank you for any advice,
> Mark V Sullivan
> Systems Programmer
> Digital Library Center
> University of Florida
> (352) 846 - 0129
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