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CCL - Alb - INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO UPDATE THE WEB-PAGE

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Alb

Working with the LIST

VIEWING A LIST OF ALL BOOKS

To view the full list of books, go to this site:

You probably want to put this in your favorites or in your list of bookmarks so you can go here quickly. (The page is also available from the "Book Catalog" link on the left hand side under "Resources for the Albanian Church".)

Note that depending on the size of your screen/window you may have to scroll down a short distance to see the list itself.

CHOOSING TO SEE ONLY A PART OF THE FULL LIST

You can select a smaller group of titles to view in the list. For instance, to see only books your organization has produced or to search for a certain title or other information simply put in the information for your organization in the "Albanian Publisher Query" field (or other information in the other fields) and then click on "submit". For instance, to search for books from the CCL I enter "CCL" (no quotes) in the box to the right of "Albanian Publisher Query" and then I click on "submit". The list of over 500 books is replaced with a list of just the 14 books that we have produced.

If you want to see titles matching 2 possible alternate values (this OR that) you can use the vertical bar "|" between the values. In other words, most of the time "CCL" is entered as the publisher, but it's possible that someone entered "Center for Christian Leadership". I want to make sure I am viewing ALL the CCL books so I put "CCL|Center" in the "Albanian Publisher" field. When I click on "submit" I am now viewing any titles that contain EITHER "CCL" OR "Center" in that field.

CHANGING THE ORDER OF THE LIST

You can also click on any of the labels at the top of the list to sort by the data in that column. In other words, to sort the list by title I simply click on the label "Title in Albanian" or "Original Title" and the page will re-load in a different sorted order.

Working with an INDIVIDUAL TITLE

VIEWING ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT A BOOK

To view full information on a book simply click on the title of the book from the main list.

CHANGING INFORMATION ABOUT A BOOK

To make corrections simply click on the number of the book in the extreme left-hand column -- you will be presented with a form in which you can make changes and then you simply press the "submit" button at the very bottom of the page.

Links versus Text for names (OR "what are all these funny character?!?")

Whenever you enter someone's name or the name of an organization you have the option of entering the name simply as text or you can enter it as a link to that person or organization's "profile page". For instance, if I were entering the "Publisher Contact" for the CCL I could just enter "Anri Pashaj" and people would see his name but would have no way of knowing how to contact him. I could enter "Anri Pashaj, 221-513" and they would have a phone number. And I could keep adding information in this manner. But then if the phone number changes (like adding a "2" prefix) or if his email changes then I have to find every one of these places and make the change and make sure I don't have any typographical errors. In many cases it is better to put a LINK to a different page where on a single page I can put all the information about that person or organization. Then if something changes or if I want to put more information I can easily make the change on a single page and I know that all the other places where that person or organization is referenced it is just a LINK to that one page.

So how do you make a link? You use the "magic" characters [[~NAME_OF_ENTITY|+]] (of course you change "NAME_OF_ENTITY" to the name of the person or organization -- for Anri it would be [[~Anri Pashaj|+]]). What this means is that instead of just simple text in that case the text will be in a different color and underlined and if someone clicks on it they will be taken to the profile page for that entity.

And if you change the TITLE on the profile page then that title will appear as the link text. So, for instance, the CCL has "[[~CCL|+]]" in any location where the CCL is referenced. This takes us to the profile page for our organization. But the actual profile page has a different title: "The Center for Christian Leadership (Qendra pėr Drejtuesit e Krishterė)". Thus on a page for the book "Duke Jetuar Sipas Librit" I enter "[[~CCL|+]]" as the publisher and it displays on that page as "The Center for Christian Leadership (Qendra pėr Drejtuesit e Krishterė)". By choosing something easy and short for the name of our profile page (just "CCL") it makes my typing easier and it makes me less prone to errors in typing which might result in the same organization having 2 or 3 different profile pages (for instance, one time I might have typed "CCL" and another time "Center for Christian leadership" and another time "The Center for Christain Leadership" and another time "Qendra per Drejtuesit e Krishtere" -- each of these would have ended up with a different profile page and life would have gotten really confusing.) You set the title on your profile page by changing what appears in the (:title PUT_YOUR_TITLE_HERE:) text while editing your profile page -- most organizations do that simply by changing the name of the organization on their profile page.

One of the most important fields to fill in for each of your books is to indicate where your books are sold. The best way to fill this in is to fill it in with a link to the profile pages of the distribution points (bookstores). Thus, if we at the CCL distribute our own books and also the Stephen's Center Bookstore sells them and this title is also available at BUK then I will enter this value: "CCL, SCB, BUK". Note that I do not enter The Center for Christian Leadership (Qendra pėr Drejtuesit e Krishterė) because that puts the entire title of the organization there and it makes it too big -- we are looking for just a quick link to indicate where the books can be found.

Working with your profile (giving information about yourself or your organization)

If the link to your organization is in blue with a question-mark after it then there is NO information entered for you. Simply click on that link and you can enter whatever information you want (advertise, give contact information, tell people where to buy your books, tell people what good books you produce, etc.) If you want to show your email address I strongly recommend putting it in the form

[[mailto:myaddress@mydomain.com]].

In other words if my email was pbowers@example.com I would put it like this: [[mailto::pbowers@example.com]]. (The 2 square brackets before and after are important.)

If the name of your organization is in blue but there is no question-mark after it then your profile page already has some information, but it is probably out of date. Click on it and then click on the "edit" link at the top-right of the screen (in the dark green bar). Then you can make whatever changes you want.

If the name of your organization is not in blue at all then you need to edit the book page to change the publisher to a link instead of just regular text. So if I have a book and the publisher is listed as "Center for Christian Leadership" I will change the link to "[[CCL|+]]". Then I can go in and edit the page.

You can change the title of your "profile page" to be more descriptive. In other words, our page is named "CCL" but when people view the page they see "Center for Christian Leadership (Qendra per Drejtuesit e Krishtere)". You make this change by putting "(:title THE TEXT I WANT TO SEE:)" somewhere on your page. (Change "THE TEXT I WANT TO SEE" to the actual text you want as the name of your organization.)

A list of all the books related to your organization will automatically appear at the bottom of this page. So you may want to conclude your page with a sentence like "A list of books produced by organization XYZ follows:" or something like that...

Since this editing involves several different concepts that may be new to you it is much easier to simply make changes rather than creating a page from scratch. In order to facilitate this whenever a new "Profiles" page is created it will have a "skeleton" or a "template" of some text which you may use if you wish - this page follows and I have marked it as follows:

  • italics for "comments" about the page that are put there to show you what to do but will disappear when you view the page. You can leave these in or delete them as you wish.
  • red text for the parts of the page you will definitely want to change (you can make any other changes you like, but these are the sections you will definitely want to change)

Here is what the profile page will look like when it is first created:

(:comment This page is designed to help publishers enter their information. If you are not a publisher you may need :) (:comment to change this template significantly. You can leave the "comment" lines like this one without changing them or :) (:comment you can delete them -- it's not a problem either way. Publishers please look for "PUBLISHER:" and make the :) (:comment requested changes. If you are not creating a profile for a publisher then you can get rid of all this text and :) (:comment create the page as you wish. :) (:comment PUBLISHER: Please change "YOUR_ORGANIZATION_NAME" to the name of your organization on the next line. This will :) (:comment automatically fix the title as well as any place where {$:Organization} appears below. :) (:Organization:YOUR_ORGANIZATION_NAME:) (:title {$:Organization}:)

(:comment PUBLISHER: Please change the following line to describe/advertise your organization. :) {$:Organization} serves to provide quality Christian literature for the Evangelical Church in Albania.

(:comment PUBLISHER: Please alter the list below to tell people where your books can be purchased :) Literature published by {$:Organization} can be purchased at the following locations:

  • BUK
  • Stephen's Center Bookstore

(:comment PUBLISHER: Please enter your telephone number and email address below. You can also add an address and/or :) (:comment directions on how to find your organization if you like. :) You can contact {$:Organization} as follows:

(:comment A line like this should appear at the end of your profile page. :) Pages on this web-site which reference {$:Organization} follow: (:comment Below will automatically appear a list of pages which feature your books or in other ways reference you or your :) (:comment organization :)

If you prefer to make your own page from scratch I have put a sample page below. You can just delete the text from the template and copy this page (between the "snip" lines) and put it in place and then just change the information to suit you:

(:title ENTER YOUR ORGANIZATION NAME HERE:)
Enter any description or advertising information you would like here.
Contact us by telephone at 04-123-4567 or by email at [[mail
to:mymail@mydomain.com]].

Pages referencing our organization on this web-site appear below:

Deleting a Book

There are times you will want to delete an entire book. For instance, some of the books in the list are entered two or even three times by accident (duplicate entries for the same book). Please do NOT delete the information about a book simply because no more copies are available of that title -- in this case change the "In Print" checkbox to being unchecked. But if you do need to delete a book you will need to follow these steps:

  1. From the main list click on the title of the book. Look through the information and confirm that this is the book you want to delete.
  2. At the top right (in the dark green bar) you will see a link with the word "edit" on it (right next to "history"). NOTE THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM THE "EDIT FORM" LINK! Click on this "edit" link.
  3. You will now be viewing the data for this book - you don't need to understand the way it looks. You just need to click your mouse somewhere in the white box and then press control-A to select all the text and then press the backspace key to delete all the text.
  4. Type the single word "delete" in the big white box -- this should be the only text in that whole box.
  5. Type in a brief explanation of why you are deleting it in the box next to "summary" below the big white box. (For instance, if it is a duplicate book you could just type "duplicate" in that box.)
  6. Type your name in the box next to "Wiki Author" just below the "Summary" box.
  7. click on "Save"
  8. Now the web-site will try to show you that book, but the book no longer exists so it will show you an error message. This is normal. You can either go back to the main list of books or you can just click on the "back" button until you get back to that page.

Table of Contents

You can create a table of contents page by clicking on the picture of the book from the view page (not the form editing page). Once you are there you will need to choose which type of formatting you prefer for your table of contents and delete the other examples. (Most people prefer the final one in order to provide both English and Shqip.)

Other Sub-pages

If you want to include some actual content (i.e., perhaps the 1st chapter or a preface or perhaps even the entire book) then you can create sub-pages. These pages will appear as links underneath the picture in the view page (not the form editing page). To create a new sub-page simply go to the bottom of the "View all information about a book" and click on the "create sub-page". Be sure to include the (:title this is my title:) markup so that your link underneath the picture will look nice. You can create up to 99 sub-pages if you like.


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