Change name and view journal link in multijurnals

Dear all,
I am using ojs 3.1.x.x
http://journal.uinmataram.ac.id/

I have 3 questions

  1. Is it possible to change the displayed name Open Journal Systems to journal name
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  2. How to change the View Journal link to other url?
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  3. How to hide the Current Issue item?

Thanks in advance
@anupent
@israel.cefrin
@astevens

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Hi @kawahyu,
I have only one journal installation, so I am unaware of your first two questions.

For Q3, try following css codes:

.pkp_page_index .pkp_structure_main li.current {
	display: none;
}

@anupent
Thanks. Wait for the others who ever managed multi journals

I have the same question No.1 If you find the solution, please share it with me.
Thank you

I got to find the solution to question 1 you should change the following:
/lib/pkp/templates/frontend/components/headerHead.tpl

modify the following:

<title>
	AQUI COLOCAS LO QUE QUIERES QUE DIGA 
</title>

For Question 1 there is solution. Please find xml file in Locales and you can change it. Please check here:

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Question No. 2 can be solved that you firstly remove View Journal and put in the journal description URL. That URL will not be in line with Current Issue.
I removed View Journal (and im my case Current ISsue) here:
thermal-science.tech/submit

Thanks

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For Question 1 there is solution. Please find xml file in Locales and you can change it. Please check here:

[quote=“vvucic, post:3, topic:28649, full:true”] I realized that this is actually this <message key=“common.openJournalSystems”>Open Journal Systems</message> and when you write <message key=“common.openJournalSystems”>My Journal or whatever</message> you get proper text in tab in browser. Maybe that message key should be called differently so that users know what it relates to. where I can find this message???

But this solution is for OJS 3.0 not for 3.1.

Hello,

I changed in my OJS 3.1.0-1 and it works.
Screenshot_2018-01-20_10-02-02
You go on your server to folder locales/yourlocale/locale.xml
and in line 50 put as on image below
Screenshot_2018-01-20_10-05-33

However, put your title instead of what I put. LOL!

If you use more locales you have to edit that file in each of locale subfolders of /locale folder.

Thanks a lot. It works