Crossmark implementation to OJS

Hello,

Does anyone have experience implementing Crossmark to OJS?

We have trouble implementing the crossref DOI to our html pages.

Here is the explanation in CrossMark website:

“The metadata DOI should be added within the HTML header. This may already be added if using other metadata plugins.”

<meta name=”dc.identifier” content =”10.3333/1212212”>

  1. How should we find programmatically our DOI, and how we can include in each HTML page?

Try to the code in

Setting → distribution → search indexing → custom tag

Hi @Jovan_Shopovski ,

If you are using DOIs in the OJS all required metadata is automatically added to the articles.

Regards, Primož

Actually for CrossMark to be implemented some additional data are required. We have the CrossMark Sign in our articles but it needs to be connected in order to show the last version
https://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/14492

Actually for CrossMark to be implemented some additional data are required. We have the CrossMark Sign in our articles but it needs to be connected in order to show the last version
https://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/14492

Cross mark has been implemented in Plant Science Today journal. Please click check for updates link at https://horizonepublishing.com/journals/index.php/PST/issue/view/32

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Thanks. I’ve just checked on your website and they work. Could you please share your experience and advice us on how to finish the implementation of CrossMark? We have added the button. Now we need to connect the meta data.

In order to begin the Crossmark implementation, (1) one needs to create a policy page as seen at HePG CrossMark Policy | Plant Science Today and should be submit to CrossRef - HePG CrossMark Policy | Plant Science Today

(2) Then, DOI of an article should be submitted at CrossRef. It can be done either manually or through the CrossRef plugin of OJS.

(3) After that, add link at like “Crossmark” on your journal. I do it as a Galley item, so a link will be automatically generated while publishing the an article which will be placed next to your article PDF view/download link.

(4) Meantime, you need to submit an xml file manually at the CrossRef site (select Type = DOI Resources). See the XML file given below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<doi_batch version="4.3.6" xmlns="http://www.crossref.org/doi_resources_schema/4.3.6" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.crossref.org/doi_resources_schema/4.3.6 http://www.crossref.org/schemas/doi_resources4.3.6.xsd" xmlns:ai="http://www.crossref.org/AccessIndicators.xsd" xmlns:fr="https://www.crossref.org/fundref.xsd"> 
    <head>
        <doi_batch_id>101471901.8.3.1(can be any number of yoru choice)</doi_batch_id>
        <depositor>
            <depositor_name>Submitted Name goes here</depositor_name>
            <email_address>emailidgoeshere@doamin.com</email_address>
        </depositor>
    </head>
    <body>
<crossmark_data>
            <!--the DOI being updated with Crossmark metadata-->
            <doi>10.14719/pst.2021.8.3.1239</doi>
            <!--Crossmark metadata-->
            <crossmark>
                <crossmark_version>1</crossmark_version>
                <crossmark_policy>10.14719/CrossMarkPolicyHePG</crossmark_policy>
                <crossmark_domains>
                    <crossmark_domain>
                        <domain>horizonepublishing.com</domain>
                    </crossmark_domain>
                </crossmark_domains>
                <crossmark_domain_exclusive>true</crossmark_domain_exclusive>
				<custom_metadata>
						<assertion name="crosschecked" label="CrossChecked">Yes</assertion>
						<assertion name="peer_reviewed" label="Peer Reviewed">Yes</assertion>
						<assertion name="published" label="Published">2021-07-01</assertion>
						<assertion name="license" label="License" explanation="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0">Creative Commons Attribution</assertion>
				</custom_metadata>
            </crossmark>
</crossmark_data>		
    </body>
</doi_batch>

You are done!

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