<locale xml:lang="hr"> <terms> <term name="et-al">i sur.</term> </terms></locale>
date form="text"> <date-part name="day" form="numeric-leading-zeros" suffix=". "/> <date-part name="month" suffix=" "/> <date-part name="year"/> </date>
<term name="et-al">i sur.</term>
Burton MJ, Ramke J, Marques AP, Bourne RRA, Congdon N, Jones I, i ostali. The Lancet Global Health Commission on Global Eye Health: vision beyond 2020. Lancet Glob Health. 2021.;9(4):e489–551.
Is there a way to replace it ?
"i suradnici" means "collaborators", "associates"
My institution rule is: "i sur." (shortened version of i suradnici).
I would really appreciate your help.
Open it in a text editor like Notepad or TextEdit.
Find the line:
Before that line, add
<term name="et-al">i sur.</term>
then change the style title and ID at the top of the style file, save, and install into Zotero.
General style editing guidelines here: https://www.zotero.org/support/dev/citation_styles/style_editing_step-by-step
The link of The vancouver style You sent to me is the version from 2014, and not the newest from 2022, does it matter?
What should I do?
Our vancouver.csl style saw a couple more changes since 2014, but very minor ones. I think that's why the date was not changed.
Regarding your issue:
You need to change the style title, ID and self link as explained above by bwiernik. Otherwise, you have two styles with the same name/ID and that just doesn't work.
Keltner J, Johnson C, Anderson D, Levine R, Fan J, Cello K, i sur. The Association between Glaucomatous Visual Fields and Optic Nerve Head Features in the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study. Ophthalmology. 2006.;113(9):1603–12.
You can either just start afresh and just make the et-al change or upload your code to pastebin.com and share the link so we can actually see what you're working with.
I will try to uplode my code to pastebin.com
Thank You very much.
I have pasted the code on pastebin.com
1. Engelage D, Heidorn T, Schmaltz C. Die neuen Richtlinien zur Kapital- und Liquiditätsadäquanz. Zeitschrift fuer das gesamte Kreditwesen. 2010;(5):910–6.
You need to give us the specific link to your code paste.
Here is the link. https://pastebin.com/JNY5uD6V
Please help me.
if you add
<date-part name="day" form="numeric-leading-zeros" suffix=". "/>
<date-part name="month" suffix=" "/>
<term name="et-al">i sur.</term>that should work.
How would you typically display a date like March 14, 2023 in Croatian?
I am really desperate.
it is written: Error parsing style. Error. it is not valid XML.
Everything is perfect except that dot behind the year.
We typically display a date like 14.3.2023.
Line 4: vancouverisur
Line 5: isur
Again, you need to change a few things like here explained under "Change the Style Title and ID":
This tool also can help you debug your styles: https://validator.citationstyles.org/
here is the link... https://pastebin.com/KkE5HHzg
If you use the above linked validator you'd be able to identify that you have a syntax error in line 44.
The validator report about error :
Line 2: Illegal processing instruction target (found “xml”)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
What should I do?!?
is there anyway you can make it for me?
1. Vancouver style, i sur. instead of et al. , and without dot after year. Those 3 thing.
Or I shoul do it everything from the start without Zotero...
<to the front of the line.