Did you know? Customise the “No result found!” page in the OPAC’s search


In today’s “Did You Know?”, we’ll see how to customize the “no results found!” page. With a little HTML we can refer the reader to the catalog of the Library of Congress for exemple.To start you just have to connect on the Koha Staff Interface (username: test and password: test) and then go to Koha Administration> Global system preferences > OPAC.

Once in the OPAC tab of the system preferences, the interesting part for today is called OpacNoResultsFound.

To redirect your users to the library of congress catalog, you just have to type the html code you wish in the provided field.

After that, just go at the bottom of the page to validate and return on Koha’s OPAC and enter a research that does not send results to verify that it works:

If you have some complementary questions or if you just want to tell us what you think about this series, don’t hesitate to let us a comment or send me an email at pierre.vdk@biblibre.com. To read former tutorials, please follow this link: Did you know?.

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