Removing double quotes around titles of journal articles in bibliography

Jun 17, 2011 at 5:15 PM

I have downloaded the IEEE style for references, which works really well- thank you. But: the journal I am submitting to does not need double quotes around the title of journal articles in the bibliography. How do I remove them in the XSL file? I don't know enough about the programming language to be able to find the relevant bit of the file that needs changing.

Thanks in advance.

Coordinator
Jun 19, 2011 at 9:53 PM

All formatting information is located between

<xsl:variable name="data">

and the matching

</xsl:variable>

Bibliography formatting information is included between

<bibliography>

and the matching

</bibliography>

For each supported type of source, there is a source element. For journal articles that would be:

<source type="JournalArticle">

which ends with the matching

</source>

The format element for the second column element will then contain all information you need for formatting a journal article. Most likely you will see something like "%Title%" in the format element. Just remove the quotes if you don't want them.

Jun 20, 2011 at 9:59 AM
Thank you very much- I will try it!

Caroline

At 21:53 19/06/2011, you wrote:

From: yves

All formatting information is located between

<xsl:variable name="data">

and the matching

</xsl:variable>

Bibliography formatting information is included between

<bibliography>


and the matching

</bibliography>

For each supported type of source, there is a source element. For journal articles that would be:

<source type="JournalArticle">

which ends with the matching

</source>

The format element for the second column element will then contain all information you need for formatting a journal article. Most likely you will see something like "%Title%" in the format element. Just remove the quotes if you don't want them.

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