UWDCC - digipub/OJS directory structure

An overview of the directory structure on the digital publishing server.

From the root "digipub" directory, the publishing directory structure is as follows:
/apache/apache-2.0.59/htdocs-conferences: the OJS installation for conferences (including all code, templates, and CSS)
/apache/apache-2.0.59/htdocs-illumination: the OJS installation for Illumination
/apache/apache-2.0.59/htdocs-insectscience: the static portion of the Journal of Insect Science
/apache/apache-2.0.59/htdocs-insectscience/ojs: the OJS installation for the Journal of Insect Science
/apache/apache-2.0.59/htdocs-journals: the OJS installation for Networks, Thw Wisconsin English Journal, and The Journal of Screendance
Article submission files are uploaded to the corresponding "/uploads-[instance name]" directory.

The templates are shared by all journals in a given OJS instance. The CSS and header images are individualized for each 
journal, and are stored in the "public" directory. Under this directory, there are numbered directories for each journal; this 
is only really relevant for the "conferences" and "journals" instances, since they're the only ones with multiple journals.
The numerical journal IDs for the "journals" instance are as follows:
1: Journal of Insect Science (test instance, unused)
2: Networks
3: Journal of Undergraduate International Studies (was never used actively)
5: The Wisconsin English Journal
6: The Journal of Screendance
For the "conferences" instance:
1: Cryocoolers 14
2: Cryocoolers 15
3: Conney Conference 2007
4: Conney Conference 2009
5: NCTEAR 2011

The digital publishing homepage (which is static), lives in the "/htdocs-digipub" directory.

Note about Screendance

The 'upcoming issue' banner on the home page for Screendance is configured in:

Keywords:OJS, publishing   Doc ID:31513
Owner:Lisa H.Group:General Library System
Created:2013-07-09 15:01 CDTUpdated:2014-02-20 11:55 CDT
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