OpenURL search fails if more than one article with same start page exists in same volume. For example, given that we have http://biostor.org/reference/14149
Proceedings of the United States National Museum 122(3598): 1-5 (1967)
I can't add http://biostor.org/openurl.php?genre=article&atitle=New+cyclopoid+copepods+associated+with+the+coral+Psammocora+contigua+%28Esper%29+in+Madagascar&title=Proc+U+S+National+Museum&series=&volume=122&issue=3586&spage=1&epage=32&year=1967&doi=&url=
as OpenURL returns the first reference.3 votes
First attempt to deal with this adds check that ending page (epage) and issue (“issue”) in database match OpenURL query. If OpenURL string has issue, and this matches the one in the database then we accept the match. If ending pages match, we check that titles have > 90% match (if OpenURL atitle field is set).
Add user login. ideally using OpenID with support for gravatars. Would enable users to bypass CAPTCHA, and to see their own edits.1 vote
http://biostor.org/search.php?q=%22%3E%3Cimg+src%3Dx+onerror%3Dprompt%281%29%3B%3E&submit=Search site is vulnerable to cross site scripting ..plz upgrade this1 vote
Could modify OpenURL to handle search for page within page range, so that we could use data from nomenclators to determine if a page represented the first publication of a name.0 votes
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