Attention: In order for your crawl script to work and display book jacket images you need to subscribe to the service which is a paid service. If you have not enabled this feature at biblionix.com your script will not work.We are not associated with bibilionix.com and cannot assist you with this purchase.

 

Installing the Crawl script from biblionix.com is easy the example below is not a working script but an example of the script. Each library needs to get a unique script from biblionix.com.

 

Example Script:

<p>
<script src="https
://Yourlibraryname.biblionix.com/feeds/handlebars.js"></script>
<script src="https://Yourlibraryname.biblionix.com/feeds/apollo_feeds.js"></script>
</p>
<div data-apollo_feed="recent_added"></div>

 

This script can be placed on any editable page.

 

1.) Decide which page you want to add the code to and select the edit tab.

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2.) Select from the text tool bar – tools – Source Code

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3.) Enter or paste making sure not to include any extra text or spaces your script code in to the source code area where you want the code. In this case we are wanting the crawler to display at the top of the page. This will display after the title of the page. That is as far to the top as crawler can be displayed.

 

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4.) Select Ok from the button at the bottom.

5.) At this point you will be taken back to the page edit  page. You will need to select the Save button on the bottom of the page to save your work to this page.


The display should look similar to this example.

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