We made that change from XSL. Our xmlui is based off of dri2xhtml /
Reference, we just match on the div, so try:
<!-- adding the 'View all' link -->
<xsl:template match="dri:div[@n='collection-recent-submission'] |
<xsl:text>View all submissions ></xsl:text>
This code was written by my coworker Brian Stamper.
On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 11:55 AM, Joseph <joseph.rhoads@...> wrote:
> That's a good idea. At what level did you add that link. XSL or in an
> There is a drawback of funneling the user into the browse by title for
> those of us using discovery, since the discovery facets don't show up
> inside browse. But at this point, it's better than a (semi)blank
> On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 11:50, Peter Dietz <pdietz84@...> wrote:
> > Hi Joseph,
> > We've run across this usability stumbling block too.
> > You get to a collection and there's nothing in it (atleast it looks that
> > way). Our interest was to add browse-by-title and show some 20 results.
> > haven't done that yet, but we've atleast added a link to "Click Here to
> > all submissions" after the 5 recent entries. And it alteast gives the
> user a
> > logical path in to the contents of the collection.
> > https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/handle/1811/37112
> > Peter Dietz
> > On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Joseph <joseph.rhoads@...>
> >> Dear Dspace-tech,
> >> Great great job to Remei Quero and Àlex Magaz Graça for
> >> https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/~alexm/Usability+Test+Report<https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/%7Ealexm/Usability+Test+Report>
> >> There were several great points made, but I'm going to focus on one;
> >> When the user clicks on a collection, they either see no items, or
> >> recently submitted items.
> >> Both of which are not always what we want.
> >> Have any of you modified your collections pages to display items in
> >> your collection (such as would be viewed if the user clicked on a
> >> "Browse by" option).
> >> Or do you have ideas how you might do this?
> >> -Joseph
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