I went through all the topics in Forum to look for the solution but didn’t find most appropriate to my question.
I am a small publisher planning to start a few journals. Multiple Journals in Single OJS installation is creating some mess. I am not able to customize things properly; like a theme design from the backend. Nor is it easy to integrate Domain name to each journal in One OJS Installation. Also the subdirectory: index.php/nameofjournal is kind of SEO unfriendly and not clean URL.
My question is if it is advisable for me to have individual OJS installation for each journal. I plan to start around 12 journals. Or that shall be a technically bigger challenge. Also I have my doubts if in that case one Crossref and Ithenticate membership will do (As a publisher ) or I will have to to make a separate account for each journal. If the team of reviewers can be merged or shared by some of the journals.
If not please suggest me some clean way to make it possible on one OJS installation. 1. Integrate Domain. 2. Remove Index.php 3. Help to customize each theme or design from the backend (In the c panel I could not find theme or design under the name of the journal. It is only found under common head Theme when I customize I don’t know where the changes apply. I can’t mark the target Journal for changes. )
Also, I have my doubts if I did something wrong with one element, lest it should disturb the whole journals.
Please help and suggest accordingly.