Complete list of Zotero collections

Keith Larson 7 years ago updated 7 years ago 1

Our research group has a Zotero library. When I use the Zotero link on BibBase.org, log into Zotero and give permssion to Zotero for BibBase to access the library, I run into problems.

There are approximately 30 sub-libraries or sub-folders in my Zotero 'Library'. After linking to the library in BibBase, only 25 of the "collections" appear. In addition, some of the collections that appear are sub-sub-folders that I do not need access to.

How can I configure my Zotero library so that I can have access to each individual researchers folder of publications?

Is it possible to change the code generated by BibBase to reflect the folder or collection that I want? For example, there is a folder called 'Keith' and it shows up in the list of BibBase collections. However there is not a folder called 'Carolina'. Can I take the code from Keith's collection and modify it for Carolina?

Note I have also created a Group that is a duplicate of my library. I have tried your suggestion to "filter" the group using: &filter=authors:Otter but this does not work for me. I am not sure if this is because I am only using the authors last name and not their full name, e.g. "C. Otter" and sometimes "Carolina Otter"Note I am using iframe not jscript.

OK, I have managed to get the javascript working on my Squarespace page. For example,


where the SquareSpace code block contains the following:

<script src="//bibbase.org/show?bib=http%3A%2F%2Fbibbase.org%2Fzotero%2Fcirc-publications&msg=embed&jsonp=1&filter=authors:Karlsson"></script>

The downside is that now when I use javascript, it effects the layout of my page. The text below the researchers photo is supposed to be to the right of the photo. See the example of another researcher where I used the iframe instead,


where the SquareSpace code block contains the following:

<iframe src="//bibbase.org/show?bib=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.zotero.org%2Fusers%2F3761868%2Fcollections%2FRJHJS3J9%2Fitems%3Fkey%3DRbgo2GAbiMqJLA2Jxfwyk1Ex%26format%3Dbibtex%26limit%3D100" width="100%" height="480" scrolling="yes" frameborder="yes"></iframe>

A couple of other notes. This is the SquareSpace Bedford template which is a "responsive" design. When I view these pages on a laptop or larger screen the text to the right of the researchers photo moves below it in the former case using the bibbase javascript option.