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* [http://ensemble.ljmu.ac.uk/demos/documentation/CAL_Ensemble_Booklet.pdf An excellent step-by-step guide on Exhibit building from the UK Ensemble Project] also available from [http://ensemble.ljmu.ac.uk/wp/semantic-technologies/simile-exhibit/step-by-step-guides the project's website] (NOTE: this PDF is very large and slow to open)
 
* [http://ensemble.ljmu.ac.uk/demos/documentation/CAL_Ensemble_Booklet.pdf An excellent step-by-step guide on Exhibit building from the UK Ensemble Project] also available from [http://ensemble.ljmu.ac.uk/wp/semantic-technologies/simile-exhibit/step-by-step-guides the project's website] (NOTE: this PDF is very large and slow to open)
  
* [[Exhibit/FAQ|Exhibit FAQ]]
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* [[HowTo Articles |How-To's]] -- how-to articles on various Simile widgets, including Exhibit  
 
* [[HowTo Articles |How-To's]] -- how-to articles on various Simile widgets, including Exhibit  

Revision as of 22:25, 4 November 2015

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Exhibit enables web site authors to create dynamic exhibits of their collections without resorting to complex database and server-side technologies. The collections can be searched and browsed using faceted browsing. Assorted views are provided including tiles, maps, etc.

Exhibit is open source software and is licensed under the BSD license.

Don't forget to check out our Getting Started Tutorials and HowTo Articles for more information!

Also see the Reference Documentation for Exhibit for an explanation of the settings for each View/Facet.

Contents

Fundamentals

  • How-To's -- how-to articles on various Simile widgets, including Exhibit
  • Local Examples -- locally installed examples that demonstrate the functionality of Exhibit

How To Make An Exhibit

See the How-To Articles for more guides.

Your Data

See the Reference Documentation for Exhibit


Templates

These can be copied to kickstart your exhibit

See the Reference Documentation for Exhibit

Localization

Good Tools for making Exhibits

Credits

This software was originally sponsored partially by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as part of the SIMILE project. Its original author is David François Huynh. Now it is being maintained and developed by members of this open-source community.

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