OJS 3 plugin that allows you to install on the sidebar and organized any issue on a yearly list basis. By using this theme, users of your journal can be seen how many issues you have published with a nice navigation menu. Installation is very easy. Just drop the theme and activate it, it would automatically organize your publication yearly. You can install this feature on any theme since this plugin is not dependent on any theme.
*The color and another styling of this block plugin will depend on the plugin (check the image preview on the default theme)
Read in detail about product requirements, features, support & warranty in below detailed information.
- Minimum OJS version 3.1.2-4
- The custom sidebar should be enabled
Support and Warranty:
- Each of the plugin purchases will get 1-year free support and update.
- The plugin will work on your journal, contact our team if you have found any issue and we will solve the problem as soon as possible.
- The plugin can be used forever. The license renewal is not mandatory
- We have a right to remove the plugin when used in multiple journals without a valid activation code/purchase.
- The customer only has the usage license by purchasing this plugin that can be used for 1 journal on each of its product purchases.
Privacy and Data
- On plugin activation, the plugin will send the required data for activation of this product including journal URL, activation_code, and the product_name.
This data is only transferred once and never does another data transfer after the product has been activated.
- The data regarding this plugin is retained by the journal itself (for example the data inputted on the plugin setting form).
- No data transfer between this plugin to the external servers including our company when the plugin has been activated.
By purchasing this product you understand the specification of the product and the description stated above regarding the product.
Please note that we do not provide any refund policy. We guarantee that this plugin will function under the terms described above.