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 How to insert these widgets?

      5. Reference
          5.10. Structure templates
              5.10.3. Modify current structure template (expert mode)
 5.10.3.7. Index tab  

The index tab controls the bibliography, the glossary and the index options.

Bibliography

 Alphabetical access bar. This option enables an alphabetical list of links corresponding to the first letter of displayed elements in the bibliography (either the author names, either the publication titles). These links are shortcuts.

 Begin a new page for each new letter (or digit). The bibliography can be grouped in a single page, or use a new page for each new letter or digit (useful for large lists).

 Display of each complete book. Each book reference is displayed with all its elements, according to the rules defined in the "Books" tab of current structure template.

 Replace books by a link. Each book reference is replaced by a link, and a specific page is built to describe the book, according to the rules defined in the "Books" tab of current structure template.

 Display cross references to ideas. For each generated book, a link is generated for each idea containing a reference to the book.

 Sorting.

  • Bibliography is always sorted (first sort) by any of the bibliographic fields (usually Author, Title or Keyword). Sort is ascending.
  • You can also use a second sort criterion by selecting a second field. For instance, different titles of a same author. In this case, the first sort criterion will appear as a primary header and sorted publications will be grouped under this header.
  • You can also use a third sort criterion by selecting a third field. In this case, the second sort criterion will appear as a secondary header and sorted publications will be grouped under this header.

Note : some fields, like "Keywords", "Author", "Secondary Author", "Tertiary Author", "Subsidiary Author", "ISBN", and "URL" may have multiple values, delimited either by ';' or ',' . When used as primary sort criterion, these fields will generate multiple entries in the bibliographic index, and associated publications will be found for each entry.

Tip : How to create a real bibliographic index ? Select "Keywords" as first sort criterion, "Author" as second, and "Title" as third. Generate the bibliography (Ctrl + Shift + E), and watch the result.

Glossary

 Alphabetical access bar. This option enables an alphabetical list of links corresponding to the first letter of displayed elements in the glossary. These links are shortcuts.

 Begin a new page for each new letter (or digit). The glossary can be grouped in a single page, or use a new page for each new letter or digit (useful for large lists).

Index of keywords and faceted indexes

 Alphabetical access bar. This option enables an alphabetical list of links corresponding to the first letter of displayed elements in the index. These links are shortcuts. It also shows the facet names (in the faceted index).

 Begin a new page for each new letter (or digit). The index can be grouped in a single page, or use a new page for each new letter or digit (useful for large lists).

 Also show the parent idea title  (as context). This is useful to show the context of an idea in the index, especially when different ideas using the same keyword have similar titles. The parent idea title is displayed between parenthesis and with the .IndexKeywordParent CSS style.

 Prefix for references to preferred keywords. This text is inserted between a keyword and a preferred keyword. Default : <i> : see </i>.

Note : the indexes (keywords, facets and glossary) are generated in two columns by default (except for MS Internet Explorer which displays only one column bacause it does not respect CSS 3 yet). To change this display, edit the style template : in .IndexGroup class, change the CSS properties of .IndexLetterBody element in which the 2-column display is specified. Idem for the glossary, by editing the .GlossaryLetterBody element.

"Use TOC icons for indexes and glossary" : when checked, this option adds the same icon as in the table of contents before each idea link.

Index tab
Index tab
Tasks
Start date2011/07/04
Due date2011/01/15
Percent finished100 %
Effective end date2011/07/04
CategoryV5.40
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