Yes, you can install StatCounter on your OpenScholar site. Here are the steps:
1. Sign up for a StatCounter account on StatCounter.com (they have a free account) 2. Add a new project 3. Enter your OpenScholar homepage (Front page) url -the project name can be the same as the url 4. Use the StatCounter Code for Default Guide to generate the Snippet to put into your OpenScholar page 5. ...
Yes, you can also use Google Analytics with your OpenScholar site. If you have an account, you can create a New Property in Google Analytics and copy and paste your new ID into the Google Analytics Tracking ID textbox setting under the Admin Bar > Settings > Global Settings > Google Analytics. You can also create a new account if you do not have one and copy and paste the Google Analytics ID.
A more detailed walk through on how to use Google Analytics with OpenScholar can be found here: ...
First you will create a Taxonomy called "tags" (steps are below). Then you will want to add all your working papers to the main Publications page. Then add a tag titled “Working Papers” to your working paper publications. To do this expand Publication details when editing the Publication. Here for your working papers, enter in the tags text box: Working Papers.
To create a Taxonomy called "tags". To create taxonomy:
OpenScholar has the option for users to clear their site cache. When a site administrator makes a change, they will see it automatically when logged in but if they log out right away, it may appear that none of their changes were saved. To see the edit right away when logged out, follow these steps:
Log into your site
Go to Settings in your Admin Bar
Click on Global Settings.
Click the Save button on the Site Cache window.
*You can alternatively wait 30 minutes for your site cache to clear...
OpenScholar has a feature called Breadcrumbs. You may want to see a line of links at the top of the page content that look like this Home/ Media Gallery/ Gallery 1. You can easily add the breadcrumbs by following these steps:
Go to Appearance in the Admin Bar
Click on Breadcrumbs
Check the checkbox next to Show breadcrumbs on my site
** Updated: This issue should be resolved with our August 2016 update. If you are still having issues, please read the suggestions below. When replacing a file, do not rename it with a different name. This can cause the system to keep on older file and not over write it.
There are a couple of ways you can troubleshoot this issue:
Wait 15 minutes for the varnish cache to clear and then click SHIFT + refresh in your browser. Or you can immediately click SHIFT+ Refresh in the pdf window and you will see the updated file...
For best practices when choosing a responsive theme and using a rotating banner, we recommend you place your rotating banner widget in the box below the primary navigation menu, not inside the same box. Below we have a screenshot of a 3 column layout with a rotating banner and a 2 column layout with a rotating banner with a responsive theme selected.
A design feature with OpenScholar version 3.15 is that text boxes may be compressed to save space on a page. In some cases, like when adding a new publication, the textbox will appear as a small thin line. To expand the textbox so you can add content you can do the following:
Click inside the textbox
The textbox will expand displaying a WYSIWYG editor
If you are receiving large amounts of spam in your email box saying the message was from OpenScholar, you can turn off Anonymous Contact in your Settings. This will help reduce spam coming from the Contact form in OpenScholar. To turn this settings off, follow these steps:
Log in to OpenScholar and click on the Site Info widget (the widget with your name)
at the bottom of this window uncheck Enable contact form for Logged Out users.
Click the Save button to save the changes to your Settings