I need a website developed for a non profit organization involving an online journal. The journal publishes issues in both print and online versions. Site needs to have search capability integrated for searching the pdf journals. This solution also needs a CMS component where admins can post issues of the journal.
The site needs to be written in PHP/MySQL/HTML/CSS. The search functionality needs to be able to index PDF files (and possibly even subsections of the PDF files) using something like Tika or something homegrown using pdf2text or similar tools.
This website gives an idea of what the client needs.
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All artwork for the website template will be provided. Below is a more details Statement of Work.
Please bid on Approach #1 below.
Online Journal with CMS management:
Journal content: text, photos, PDF/jpeg attachments, banner ads. This is an online version of the print journals. The print journals are 8x5x11", 36 pages.
Archive of Journals - Easy way for people to navigate current and older journals.
Searchable index - Ability to search journal by year, issue, author, title, abstract, text and keyword. So a search for "Peter" in the author field will display only results of "Peter" authors. It may be easiest and most cost effective to use styles in the PDF as the search filter. We could design the InDesign journal using styles. All authors would use the style called "Author"
Search Engine Results - Only the first paragraph or so can be visible to general searches. "For the full article, subscribe" with a link to the member sign up page.
Security - Member access only through username and password.
Subscriptions Management - Sign up page, admin can add/edit/delete. Members are people who are members of this not-for-profit, and they will receive the print journal and access to the online version. They can log in to see the online journal. Subscribers are people who are not members, but have been given permission to log in to see the online journal.
Approach 1 – Searchable PDFs
We give you static PDFs from the print version we designed.
You add searchability to the PDFs.
CMS automatically creates article content (first paragraph or so and subscribe message) that can be indexable by search engines.
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Approach 2 – Searchable Web Pages
You create web pages and CMS so that we can enter PDF content.
The online version should be organized first by issue. Then, once viewing an issue, by article. The journal issue 'home' page, or cover page, would be a page with links to feature stories. The index would be visible or available in navigation on all journal issue pages. Each article would be on one web page. (Even though it may spread over 4 pages in the print version.) There is no need to limit article quantity in the CMS.
How feasible is it to have the member journal search result in only the article pages, rather than the entire journal? How do we make it easy to print only the article rather than the entire journal?
How feasible is approach 2? If it's pricey, then we should only quote approach 1. This is a not-for-profit, so their resources are limited.
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