I’m using OJS 220.127.116.11. The published articles have DOIs. I tried to install the “Plum Analytics Artifact Widget” downloaded from https://github.com/ulsdevteam/ojs-plum-plugin/tree/ojs-dev-2_4, but unfortunately, it doesn’t work. I can see the Plugin in the list of Generic Plugins; I can enable it; but cannot see any Block in the Setup 5.6 Journal Layout section. In the setting of the Plugin, I used various combinations of available options without any success. Any comments?
How did you install the plugin? If you manually copied the files into the plugins/generic directory, did you run the upgrade.php script afterward? If you installed the plugin via the “Install a new Plugin” link, this step is run for you.
What selection are you using for the “Display Widget” in the plugin settings?
Thank you very much for the comments. I have just access to the OJS and cPanel of the server. But, I have no access to command prompt. Therefore, I cannot use the mentioned commands. However, I manually installed the Plugin and upgraded my OJS. It works now. Thank you.
I tried various options of the Plugin. That’s very interesting. However, to see the PlumX metrics for each article, we have to go to its Abstract page. I wonder if it is possible to add a PlumX metrics logo just next to the title of each article in the Table of Contents so that we can have a pop up version of the metrics in the TOC page. I presume that I have to add some codes to the “issue.tpl” but I don’t know which code and where! Any suggestions?