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Export ECLAP content and metadata: citation in WEB pages, Embed, OAI-PMH, and Linked Open Data

In order to refer or promote your ECLAP content in web pages or documents, it is very important to have the possibility of copying the citation to an ECLAP object in an easy and simple manner. To this end, ECLAP provides you different solutions:

 

Citations/References to ECLAP objects on your WEB pages

Compose your web pages with ECLAP object references you can copy in your clipboard the HTML code of an object from its Action Menu in any of the list: featured, preferred, favorite, search, etc. (you have to be logged in). See for example the following figure. In order to exploit this feature, you need to have the Flash plugin version 10 or higher intalled in your browser on Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.


copy html

 


Once clicked on "Copy Html", a dialog such as the following is presented (the full version also includes the possibility of embedding the content player as explained in a dedicated web page), from whcih you can get a preview of the code/text offered to be copied.
 

Copy html dialog


If you click on "Copy HTML to Clipboard", the code (text plus icon) is copies into the Clipboard and you can past it into any other application, such as MSWord, other HTML web page editors, etc. In those editors, you can Past the code inside the page by using  the "Past" command (i.e., Control V). Please note that you are going to obtain different results into Graphic or Text Editors.

In particular, in Graphic editors such as MSWord, for instance you obtain:

you PARA | DISO
In July 2010 Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten presented their perormance "you PARA | DISO" at Salle Garnier de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo. You PARA | DISO is the last performance around Dante’s Divina Commedia. Similar to the last part of the book the subject of this performance is paradise. In the run up to the première of you PARA | DISO they will take you along their journey to paradise. But what is it that we call paradise? By means of ten questions, with which they have also been confronted in their artistic process, they try to get closer to the essence of paradise. Let’s all go to Paradiso!


While, if you Past into a Text Editor (such as Notepad) and/or HTML Editors you obtain the HTML code:

<a href='http://www.eclap.eu/drupal/?q=en-US/home&axoid=urn%3Aaxmedis%3A00000%3Aobj%3A04e0caef-b33b-4f4a-ba50-a80d96766192'><img src='http://bpfe.eclap.eu/eclap/gif/0/urn_axmedis_00000_obj_04e0caef-b33b-4f4a-ba50-a80d96766192.gif' style='float:left;margin:5px;'/></a><a href='http://www.eclap.eu/drupal/?q=en-US/home&axoid=urn%3Aaxmedis%3A00000%3Aobj%3A04e0caef-b33b-4f4a-ba50-a80d96766192'>you PARA | DISO</a><div>In July 2010 Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten presented their performance &quot;you PARA | DISO&quot; at Salle Garnier de l&#039;Opéra de Monte-Carlo. You PARA | DISO is the last performance around Dante’s Divina Commedia. Similar to the last part of the book the subject of this performance is paradise. In the run up to the première of you PARA | DISO they will take you along their journey to paradise. But what is it that we call paradise? By means of ten questions, with which they have also been confronted in their artistic process, they try to get closer to the essence of paradise. Let’s all go to Paradiso!</div>

Please note that you can edit the metadata to adjust them on your purpose....


 

 

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