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Re: Procite to WWW
|Re: Procite to WWW
Author: Trevor Williams
Posted: Wed, 17 May 1995 13:54:51 BST
|Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 13:54:51 BST
Reply-To: PRO-CITE The Personal Bibliographic Software Discussion List
Sender: PRO-CITE The Personal Bibliographic Software Discussion List
From: Trevor Williams
Subject: Re: Procite to WWW
We've managed to convert a ProCite file to WWW.
Here is how we did it.
1. Copy the ProCite records to disk using a punctuation file that puts
"tags" at the beginning of the author, abstract, and desc fields (turn
abstract and desc options on in setting up the bibliography) and at the end
of record. Any "tags" will do as long as they are unique.
2. Use Word to edit out all soft returns so that html can format the text
properly (ie. with spaces where the returns were) and save as an ASCII
3. A utility programme uses the "tags" to build a set of pages (equal to
the number of records), an index, a "search page" and a generic display
page on our web server.
The database is searchable on the web and so uses the speed of your web
server and not your local desktop machine.
You can see the results of this by browsing "Wheelchair Sports" at URL
Please tell us what you think of it as we are always looking for
suggestions to improve it.
If you want the technical details on the utility programme, etc., our
computer programmer will be only to happy to tell you. His name is Dave
Temple and he can be contacted at
Dr. Trevor Williams
Dept. of PE, Sports Science and Recreation Management
Tel: +(44) 1509-223-494
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