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First security commit. 1. Introducing the new securitools.h and .cpp files, which port the functions necessary to implement security in Greenstone from OWASP-ESAPI for Java, since OWASP's C++ version is largely not yet implemented, even though their code compiles. The newly added runtime-src/packages/security which contains OWASP ESAPI for C++ will therefore be removed again shortly. 2. receptionist.cpp now sets various web-encoded variants for each cgiarg macro, such as HTML entity encoded, attr encoded, javascript encoded (and css encoded variants). These are now used in the macro files based on which variant is suited to the context. 3. This commit further contains the minimum changes to protect the c, d, and p cgi variables.

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1package Style
2
3_textdefaulttitle_ [c=paperspast] {Papers Past}
4
5
6
7package Global
8
9_textpaperspast_ {Papers Past}
10
11_textmetadescription_ {Papers Past is a collection of digitised historic New Zealand newspapers which offers browsing and full text searching.}
12
13_textlangen_ {English}
14_textlangmi_ {Māori}
15_textemaillink_ {E-mail link}
16_textprintlink_ {Print page link}
17
18_textskiptocontent_ {Skip to content}
19
20_texthome_ [c=paperspast] {Papers Past Home}
21_textintro_ {Introduction}
22_textsearch_ [c=paperspast] {Search}
23_textsearchhistory_ {Search history}
24_textsearchhelp_ {Search help}
25_textbrowse_ {Browse}
26_textbydate_ {By date}
27_textbyregion_ {By region}
28_textbytitle_ {By title}
29
30_textgo_ [c=paperspast] {GO!}
31_texthelp_ [c=paperspast] {Help}
32
33_textnatliblogo_ {Go to home page — National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa}
34
35_textaboutsite_ {About this site}
36_textgettingstarted_ {Getting started}
37_textfaqs_ {Frequently asked questions (FAQs)}
38_textcontactus_ {Contact us}
39_textsitemap_ {Site map}
40_textaccessibility_ {Accessibility}
41_texttechnology_ {Technology}
42_texttermsofuse_ {Terms of use}
43_textcopyrightguide_ {Copyright guide}
44
45_textemail_ {E-mail}
46_textnzgovt_ {newzealand.govt.nz - connecting you to New Zealand central & local government services}
47
48_textnewspapertitles_ [c=paperspast] {newspaper titles}
49_textnewspaperissues_ [c=paperspast] {newspaper issues}
50_textpages_ [c=paperspast] {pages}
51_textarticles_ [c=paperspast] {articles}
52
53_textallpublications_ [c=paperspast] {All newspapers}
54
55_textvolume_ [c=paperspast] {Volume}
56_textissue_ [c=paperspast] {Issue}
57
58_textday_ [c=paperspast] {Day}
59_textmonth_ [c=paperspast] {Month}
60_textyear_ [c=paperspast] {Year}
61
62_textmonth01_ [c=paperspast] {January}
63_textmonth02_ [c=paperspast] {February}
64_textmonth03_ [c=paperspast] {March}
65_textmonth04_ [c=paperspast] {April}
66_textmonth05_ [c=paperspast] {May}
67_textmonth06_ [c=paperspast] {June}
68_textmonth07_ [c=paperspast] {July}
69_textmonth08_ [c=paperspast] {August}
70_textmonth09_ [c=paperspast] {September}
71_textmonth10_ [c=paperspast] {October}
72_textmonth11_ [c=paperspast] {November}
73_textmonth12_ [c=paperspast] {December}
74
75_textdatebrowsermonth01_ [c=paperspast] {JAN}
76_textdatebrowsermonth02_ [c=paperspast] {FEB}
77_textdatebrowsermonth03_ [c=paperspast] {MAR}
78_textdatebrowsermonth04_ [c=paperspast] {APR}
79_textdatebrowsermonth05_ [c=paperspast] {MAY}
80_textdatebrowsermonth06_ [c=paperspast] {JUN}
81_textdatebrowsermonth07_ [c=paperspast] {JUL}
82_textdatebrowsermonth08_ [c=paperspast] {AUG}
83_textdatebrowsermonth09_ [c=paperspast] {SEP}
84_textdatebrowsermonth10_ [c=paperspast] {OCT}
85_textdatebrowsermonth11_ [c=paperspast] {NOV}
86_textdatebrowsermonth12_ [c=paperspast] {DEC}
87
88_textpage_ [c=paperspast] {Page _1_}
89_textcolumn_ [c=paperspast] {Column _1_}
90_texttitlesection_ [c=paperspast] {Masthead}
91_textadvertisements_ [c=paperspast] {Advertisements}
92_textuntitled_ [c=paperspast] {Untitled}
93
94_texttruncated_ {[truncated]}
95
96_textarticleblocked_ {This article is blocked}
97_textissueblocked_ {This issue is blocked}
98_textpageblocked_ {This page is blocked}
99
100
101
102package home
103
104_textmastheadof_ {Masthead of}
105_textdetailof_ {Detail of}
106
107_textnewcontent_ {New content will be available soon on Papers Past! <a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/about-us/current-initiatives/papers-past-2010/">Visit the National Library website</a> for more information.}
108
109_texthomepagedesc_ [c=paperspast] {
110Papers Past contains more than two million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes _numsearchablepublications_ publications from all regions of New Zealand.
111}
112
113_textrecentadditions_ {Latest additions to Papers Past}
114
115_textfindoutmore_ {Find out more about Papers Past}
116
117_textsearchnewspapers_ [c=paperspast] {Search Newspapers}
118
119
120
121package browse
122
123_textbrowsenewspapers_ {Browse Newspapers}
124
125_textbrowsebydate_ {Browse by date}
126_textbrowsebyregion_ {Browse by region}
127_textbrowsebytitle_ {Browse by title}
128
129_textbrowsebydatelong_ {View all newspapers and periodicals by date.}
130_textbrowsebyregionlong_ {View all newspapers and periodicals by region.}
131_textbrowsebytitlelong_ {View all newspapers and periodicals by title.}
132
133
134
135package query
136
137_textallpublications_ [c=paperspast] {All newspapers}
138
139_textexactphrase_ {Exact phrase}
140_textsomewords_ {Any of your words}
141_textallwords_ {All of your words}
142
143_textmoreoptions_ {More search options}
144
145_textspecifysearchtype_ {Specify your search type}
146
147_textentersearchcriteria_ {Enter search criteria}
148_textsearchkeywords_ {Search using keywords}
149
150_textprevtip_ {Previous tip}
151_textnexttip_ {Next tip}
152
153_textrefinesearch_ [c=paperspast] {Refine search}
154
155_textneedhelpsearching_ {Need help searching?}
156_textcheckoutsearchtips_ {Check out our <a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=help&amp;_state_" class="dark">search help</a>}
157_textstillstumped_ {Still stumped?}
158_textrequestresearchassistance_ {Request research assistance}
159
160_textoptionalfilters_ {Optional Filters}
161_textfilterby_ {Filter by newspaper, date or content type}
162_textselectmultiple_ {To select more than one option hold down "ctrl"}
163_textnewspaper_ {Newspaper}
164_textdate_ [c=paperspast] {Date}
165_textfrom_ [c=paperspast] {From}
166_textto_ [c=paperspast] {To}
167_textcategory_ {Content type}
168_texttypeall_ {All content types}
169_texttypeARTICLEs_ {Articles}
170_texttypeADVERTISEMENTs_ {Advertisements}
171_texttypeILLUSTRATIONs_ {Illustration captions}
172
173_textexactspellingonly_ {<a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=help&amp;_state_#exactspelling">Exact spelling</a> only}
174_textviewpreviewimages_ {Show <a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=help&amp;_state_#previewimages">preview images</a>}
175_textshowwordcounts_ {Show <a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=help&amp;_state_#wordcounts">word counts</a>}
176
177_textreset_ {Reset}
178
179_textnewsearch_ {New Search}
180_textsearchresults_ [c=paperspast] {Search Results}
181_textsearchresultsheading_ {Papers Past Search Results}
182_textyoursearch_ [c=paperspast] {Your search for "_1_" found <b>_2_ results</b>. }
183_textquerytermfrequencies_ [c=paperspast] {Word counts: }
184_textshowingresults_ {Showing results _thisfirst_ to _thislast_}
185
186_textfirst_ [c=paperspast] {First}
187_textlast_ [c=paperspast] {Last}
188
189_texthresult_ [c=paperspast] {result}
190_texthresults_ [c=paperspast] {results}
191_textinvalidquery_ [c=paperspast] {Invalid query syntax}
192_textstopwordsmsg_ [c=paperspast] {To speed up your search these common words were ignored: }
193_textlucenetoomanyclauses_ [c=paperspast] {Your query contained too many search terms; please try a more specific query.}
194_textbaddates_ [c=paperspast] {Please enter a "to" date greater than or equal to the "from" date.}
195_textnocontenttypes_ [c=paperspast] {Please select at least one content type.}
196_textnodocs_ [c=paperspast] {No articles matched the query.}
197
198_textsortresultsby_ [c=paperspast] {Sort results by}
199_textsortbestmatch_ [c=paperspast] {best match first}
200_textsortdate_ [c=paperspast] {date}
201_textsortpubtitle_ [c=paperspast] {newspaper title}
202_textsortarticletitle_ [c=paperspast] {article title}
203_textsortcontenttype_ [c=paperspast] {content type}
204
205_textof_ [c=paperspast] {of}
206_textresultsperpage_ [c=paperspast] {Results per page}
207
208_textprevresults_ {Previous _cgiargoHtmlsafe_ results}
209_textnextresults_ {Next _cgiargoHtmlsafe_ results}
210
211# Search history macros
212_textviewsearchhistory_ [c=paperspast] {View your search history}
213_textnohistory_ [c=paperspast] {
214<div id="general-main-1col">
215  <div class="inner-contentwrap">
216    <p>No search history.</p>
217  </div>
218</div>
219}
220
221_textshexactphrase_ {The exact phrase}
222_textshanywords_ {Any of the words}
223_textshin_ {in}
224_textshpapers_ {papers}
225_textshfrom_ {from}
226_textshonwards_ {onwards}
227_textshupto_ {up to}
228_textshto_ {to}
229_textshonly_ {only}
230_textshcontenttypes_ {content types}
231_textshexactspellingoff_ {with exact spelling off}
232
233
234
235package about
236
237_textobserverfront_ {Front page of the Observer}
238
239_textwelcome_ {Welcome to Papers Past}
240
241_textcontent_ {
242<p>Papers Past contains more than two million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes _numsearchablepublications_ publications from all regions of New Zealand.</p>
243
244<p>There are two main ways to find information in Papers Past: searching and browsing. Searching lets you enter a query term and retrieves articles that contain that term. Browsing lets you look at all the newspapers, starting with a year, a region, or a newspaper title. All the newspaper titles on the site can be searched and browsed.</p>
245
246<h3>Getting started</h3>
247<p>The Getting started page gives an overview of how to use Papers Past.</p>
248
249<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=gettingstarted&amp;_state_">Go to the Getting started page</a></p>
250
251<h3>How to find out more about our newspaper collection</h3>
252<p>The newspapers on Papers Past are only a small proportion of New Zealand newspapers. If you cannot find what you are looking for online, it may be available as a paper copy or microfilm. Check the National Newspaper Collection page on the National Library website for more information.</p>
253
254<p><a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/collections/a-z-of-all-collections/national-newspaper-collection">National Newspaper Collection &mdash; National Library website</a></p>
255
256<h3>How to find out more about a newspaper</h3>
257<p>Each newspaper on Papers Past has its own page containing information about the publication, including the date range which is available online and a link to an essay about the newspaper's history. You can find links to all the newspapers on the Browse by title page.</p>
258
259<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1&amp;_state_">Go to the Browse by title page</a></p>
260
261<h3>Where to find M&#257;ori newspapers</h3>
262<p>The <a href="http://www.nzdl.org/niupepa">M&#257;ori Niupepa Collection</a> is a collection of historic newspapers published primarily for a M&#257;ori audience between 1842 and 1932. Digitised copies of these newspapers are available on the New Zealand Digital Library website.</p>
263
264<p><a href="http://www.nzdl.org/niupepa">M&#257;ori Niupepa Collection &mdash; New Zealand Digital Library website</a></p>
265
266<h3>How we select new titles</h3>
267<p>National Library curators select new newspaper titles for Papers Past based on a number of factors, such as national and regional significance, the availability of paper or microfilm copies of the newspaper, and ensuring a good range of regions and dates. We do not provide recent material because of copyright restrictions.</p>
268
269<p>To find out about our newspaper digitisation programme, visit the Papers Past page on the National Library website.</p>
270
271<p><a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/collections/digital-collections/papers-past">Papers Past - National Library website</a></p>
272
273<h3>What's new</h3>
274
275<p style="padding: 0">In _textmonth05_ 2011 we added:</p>
276<ul>
277<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.AS&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleAS_ (1870-1903)</a>
278<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.ROTWKG&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleROTWKG_ (1901-1945)</a>
279</ul>
280
281<p style="padding: 0">In _textmonth07_ 2011 we added:</p>
282<ul>
283<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.AMBPA&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleAMBPA_ (1877-1920)</a>
284<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.DTN&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleDTN_ (1881-1901)</a>
285<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.FS&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleFS_ (1910-1920)</a>
286<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.NA&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleNA_ (1910-1920)</a>
287<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.TO&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleTO_ (1910-1920)</a>
288<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.WDT&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleWDT_ (1902-1919)</a>
289<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.WI&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleWI_ (1845-1859)</a>
290</ul>
291
292<p style="padding: 0">In _textmonth02_ 2012 we added:</p>
293<ul>
294<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.MW&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleMW_ (1910-1924)</a>
295<li><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.CHP&amp;_state_" class="dark">_pubinfo:titleCHP_ (1861-1915)</a>
296</ul>
297
298<h3>Acknowledgements</h3>
299<p>The National Library would like to thank all those organisations that provided the original paper copies to the Alexander Turnbull Library for microfilming.</p>
300}
301
302_textcollectionstats_ {COLLECTION STATISTICS}
303_textcollectioncontains_ {The collection consists of:}
304
305
306
307package document
308
309_textbrowsebydateinstructions_ {Use the drop down menu and click on the calendar to view newspapers available by date.}
310
311_textbrowsebyregioninstructions_ {Click on the map to browse a newspaper by region.}
312_textNZ_ {New Zealand}
313_textNorthIsland_ {<b>NORTH ISLAND</b>}
314_textSouthIsland_ {<b>SOUTH ISLAND</b>}
315_textNational_ {<b>NATIONAL</b>}
316_textnationalpapers_ {NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS}
317
318_textnewspapersfor_ {Newspapers available for}
319
320_textpageheader_ [c=paperspast] {Pages in this issue}
321_textarticleheader_ [c=paperspast] {Contents}
322
323_textprevissue_ [c=paperspast] {Previous issue}
324_textnextissue_ [c=paperspast] {Next issue}
325
326_texttypeadvertisement_ {Advertisement}
327_texttypearticle_ {Article}
328_texttypeillustration_ {Illustration}
329_texttypesection_ {Section}
330
331_textprevsearchresult_ {Previous search result}
332_textprevarticle_ {Previous article}
333_textnextsearchresult_ {Next search result}
334_textnextarticle_ {Next article}
335
336_textbacktosearchresults_ {List of search results}
337_textbacktoissuecontents_ {Back to issue contents}
338
339_textaboutpublication_ {About this newspaper}
340_textviewarticletext_ {View computer-generated text}
341
342_textbrowseissuesbydate_ {Browse issues by date}
343
344_textarticleview_ {Article view}
345_textarticletextviewsidebar_ {
346<p><a class="dark" href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;d=_cgiargdUrlsafe_&amp;cl=_cgiargclUrlsafe_&amp;srpos=_cgiargsrposUrlsafe_&amp;_state_"><b>Click here to view this newspaper article</b></a></p>
347
348<p>This text was automatically generated by a computer. It has not been manually reviewed or corrected and may include errors. You can view the article in its <a class="dark" href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;d=_cgiargdUrlsafe_&amp;cl=_cgiargclUrlsafe_&amp;srpos=_cgiargsrposUrlsafe_&amp;_state_">original format</a> or read the <a class="dark" href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;d=_documentlevel:documentoid_._logicalsectionlevel:logicalsectionmetafirstpagelink_&amp;_state_">entire page</a>.</p>
349
350<h4>About the computer-generated text</h4>
351
352<p>Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a process for automatically extracting text from scanned pages. OCR enables searching of large quantities of full-text data, but it is not 100% accurate. The level of accuracy depends on the print quality of the original newspaper and its condition at the time of microfilming. Newspapers with poor quality paper, small print, mixed fonts, multiple column layouts or damaged pages may have poor OCR accuracy.</p>
353
354<p>The page where this item appears has an estimated OCR accuracy of _document:articleaccuracy_%.</p>
355}
356
357_textimagedisclaimer_ [c=paperspast] {This article has been automatically clipped from the _documenttitle_, organised into a single column, then optimised for display on your computer screen. As a result, it may not look exactly as it did on the original page. The article can be seen in its original form in the <a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;d=_1_&amp;_state_">page view</a>.}
358
359_textloadingimage_ [c=paperspast] {Loading&#044; please wait}
360_textarticleimage_ [c=paperspast] {Article image}
361_textarticleimagesnippet_ [c=paperspast] {}
362
363_textdownloadpdf_ [c=paperspast] {Download a printable PDF}
364_textdownloadpagepdf_ [c=paperspast] {Download a printable PDF version of this newspaper page}
365_textdownloadissuepdf_ [c=paperspast] {Download a printable PDF version of this newspaper issue}
366_textpdfversion_ {PDF version 1.6}
367_textdownloadpageimg_ {Download a high resolution PNG}
368
369_textprevpage_ {Previous page}
370_textnextpage_ {Next page}
371
372
373# Feature codes
374
375_textfeatureAtitle_ [c=paperspast] {Unnumbered}
376_textfeatureA_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper page was printed with no page number.}
377
378_textfeatureCtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
379_textfeatureC_ [c=paperspast] {}
380
381_textfeatureDtitle_ [c=paperspast] {Incorrect date}
382_textfeatureD_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper page has been printed with an incorrect date.}
383
384_textfeatureGtitle_ [c=paperspast] {Issue missing}
385_textfeatureG_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper issue was published but no copy is available.}
386
387_textfeatureItitle_ [c=paperspast] {Issue not published}
388_textfeatureI_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper issue was not published.}
389
390_textfeatureLtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
391_textfeatureL_ [c=paperspast] {}
392
393_textfeatureMtitle_ [c=paperspast] {Missing page}
394_textfeatureM_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper page is missing.}
395
396_textfeatureNtitle_ [c=paperspast] {Incorrect pagination}
397_textfeatureN_ [c=paperspast] {This newspaper page was printed with an incorrect page number.}
398
399_textfeaturePtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
400_textfeatureP_ [c=paperspast] {}
401
402_textfeatureStitle_ [c=paperspast] {Supplement}
403_textfeatureS_ [c=paperspast] {This page is a supplement to the regular issue.}
404
405_textfeatureTtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
406_textfeatureT_ [c=paperspast] {}
407
408_textfeatureUtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
409_textfeatureU_ [c=paperspast] {}
410
411_textfeatureXtitle_ [c=paperspast] {}
412_textfeatureX_ [c=paperspast] {}
413
414
415
416package logicalsectionlevel
417
418_textlogicalsectionshowtext_ [c=paperspast] {Text of this article}
419
420
421
422package pagelevel
423
424_textpagepdflink_ [c=paperspast] {PDF of this page}
425
426
427
428package panojs
429
430_textregularview_ [c=paperspast] {Regular view}
431_textzoomableview_ [c=paperspast] {Zoomable view}
432_textzoomableviewabout_ [c=paperspast] {(What's this?)}
433
434_textzoomin_ [c=paperspast] {Zoom In}
435_textzoomout_ [c=paperspast] {Zoom Out}
436_textzoomlevel_ [c=paperspast] {Zoom level}
437
438_textzoomtoread_ [c=paperspast] {Zoom to this article}
439_textcliplogicalsection_ [c=paperspast] {Clip this article}
440
441_texttooltipzoomtoread_ [c=paperspast] {Zoom to read this article}
442_texttooltiptext_ [c=paperspast] {View text of this article}
443_texttooltipclip_ [c=paperspast] {_textcliplogicalsection_}
444_texttooltippdf_ [c=paperspast] {Download printable PDF of this page}
445_texttooltippagetext_ [c=paperspast] {View text of this page}
446
447_textpagedownloadpng_ [c=paperspast] {PNG of this page}
448
449
450
451package help
452
453_textcontent_ [c=paperspast] {
454<p>You can search from the search box on the homepage, the search box on newspaper publication pages, or the search page, which offers advanced search options.</p>
455
456<h3>Using the Search box</h3>
457<p>Enter your search term/s in the search box and click on the Search button.</p>
458
459<p>If you enter more than one search term, the search engine will retrieve articles containing all of your search terms. For example, new and plymouth.</p>
460
461<p>If you would like to increase the number of search results, select "Any of your words", which will retrieve articles containing either new or plymouth.</p>
462
463<p>If you would like to reduce the number of search results, select "Exact phrase" which will only retrieve articles containing "new plymouth".</p>
464
465<p>You can also use the Boolean operator NOT ("without the words") to narrow your search results. For example, plymouth NOT new will retrieve articles about Plymouth but not New Plymouth.</p>
466
467<h3>Using the Search page</h3>
468<p>The search page contains more search options</p>
469
470<p>Restrict your search to particular newspaper titles using the Newspaper drop-down box. Hold down the Ctrl key to select more than one title at once.</p>
471
472<p>Restrict your search to a date range by selecting the desired day, month and year in the "From" and "To" drop-down boxes.</p>
473
474<p>You can also restrict your search to one or more of 3 content types. The searchable content has been divided up into articles, advertisements and illustrations (the search engine searches the illustration captions). Hold down the Ctrl key to select more than one content type at once.</p>
475
476<a name="previewimages"></a>
477<h3>Show preview images</h3>
478<p>You can choose to display search results with preview images, which highlight the portion of the article which contains your search term/s. This is very useful way of quickly identifying items in which you are interested.</p>
479
480<p>Because showing preview images can slow the loading of the search results, the default setting does not show preview images. You can enable this by turning on "Show preview images".</p>
481
482<h3>Search history</h3>
483<p>This lists your previous searches on Papers Past; if you click on the result link it will run the search again.</p>
484
485<p>You can access your search history either by clicking on the "View your search history" link on the Search page or by selecting "Search history" on the Search drop-down list on the navigation bar.</p>
486
487<p>This website uses cookies to remember your previous searches; you may manually disable cookies at any time. Check your browser's "Help" information for instructions.</p>
488
489<h3>Need more help?</h3>
490<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=contact&amp;_state_">Contact us</a></p>
491}
492
493
494
495package pubinfo
496
497_textbrowsebydateinpublication_ {Browse by date within this newspaper}
498_textselectyear_ {Select the year}
499
500_textlogo_ {logo}
501_textreadmore_ {Read more}
502
503_textacknowledgement_ {Acknowledgement}
504
505_textalttitle_ {Also published as}
506_textavailableonline_ {Available online}
507
508_textcopyrightstatement_ {Copyright statement}
509_textdefaultcopyrightstatement_ {See our <a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=copyrightguide&amp;_state_">copyright guide</a> for information on how you may use this title.}
510
511_textpublicationissues_ {issues}
512_textpublicationpages_ {Total: _pagescount_ pages}
513
514_textdigitisationcomplete_ {Every known issue of this newspaper is in Papers Past}
515_textdigitisationincomplete_ {Not all issues of this newspaper are in Papers Past}
516
517_textregion_ {Region}
518
519_texthideissues_ {Hide issues of this newspaper}
520_textshowissues_ {Show all issues of this newspaper}
521_textissuecountlots_ {(large page)}
522
523_textsearchinpublication_ {Search within this newspaper}
524
525_textdescription_ {Description}
526
527
528
529package aboutsite
530
531_textcontent_ {
532<p>This website is provided and run by the <a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz">National Library of New Zealand Te Puna M&#257;tauranga o Aotearoa</a>.</p>
533
534<p>Papers Past was launched in 2001, with 250,000 pages from historic New Zealand newspapers. New titles have been added regularly since then, and the whole site was re-launched in 2007, with a new interface that added full text search for a third of the collection. The whole collection was made searchable by mid-2009.</p>
535}
536
537_textmorecontent_ {
538<p>To find out more about Papers Past, visit the Papers Past page on the National Library website.</p>
539
540<p><a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/collections/digital-collections/papers-past">Papers Past - National Library website</a></p>
541}
542
543
544
545package accessibility
546
547_textcontent_ {
548<p>The Papers Past site is for everyone.  If you have any questions about accessibility, or suggestions for how we could make our website more accessible, please contact us.</p>
549
550<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=contact&amp;_state_">Contact us for accessibility help with this website</a></p>
551
552<h3>Access keys</h3>
553<p>Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that have been added as a way of navigating to common website links and page features. This website has the following access keys:</p>
554
555<p>
556  <b>1</b> &mdash; home<br />
557  <b>2</b> &mdash; site map<br />
558  <b>3</b> &mdash; search<br />
559  <b>4</b> &mdash; about this site<br />
560  <b>5</b> &mdash; browse<br />
561  <b>6</b> &mdash; introduction<br />
562  <b>9</b> &mdash; contact us<br />
563  <b>[</b> &mdash; skip links to jump to start of body content<br />
564  <b>/</b> &mdash; re-direct to newzealand.govt.nz<br />
565</p>
566
567<p>To use these shortcut keys hold down the ALT key (PC) or CONTROL key (Apple Macintosh) and then one of the keys in the list above. In some browsers you may have to press ENTER to confirm your choice. In the Opera 7 browser press SHIFT-ESC, release those keys, and then press your chosen access key.</p>
568
569<h3>Font re-sizing</h3>
570<p>There are common keyboard shortcuts that can make text bigger within your browser.</p>
571
572<h4>Internet Explorer</h4>
573
574<p>
575  1. Open the <b>View</b> menu by pressing ALT + V.<br />
576  2. Select <b>Text Size</b> by pressing X.<br />
577  3. In the <b>Text Size</b> list, move to the text size option you want by pressing the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW key.<br />
578  4. Press ENTER.<br />
579</p>
580
581<h4>Mozilla Firefox</h4>
582
583<p>
584  Increase font size by pressing CTRL +<br />
585  Reduce font size by pressing CTRL &mdash;<br />
586</p>
587
588<h3>Access to full text</h3>
589<p>By default, newspaper pages and articles on this website are displayed as GIF images. They were scanned as images as part of the digitisation process. The newspapers are also available as full text. This text can be accessed from article pages by following the link to "_document:textviewarticletext_".</p>
590
591<p>The text is automatically generated using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software. It is not manually reviewed or corrected. OCR enables searching of large quantities of full text data, but it is not 100% accurate. The level of accuracy depends on the print quality of the original newspaper and its condition at the time of microfilming. Newspapers with poor quality paper, small print, mixed fonts, multiple column layouts or damaged pages may have poor OCR accuracy.</p>
592
593<h3>Use of colour to identify search keywords</h3>
594<p>On search results pages, and on article pages, a highlighted yellow background colour is used to visually identify keyword matches. The software used to run this website does not provide any way for this information to be conveyed without colour. If you have any questions about this service please contact us.</p>
595}
596
597
598
599package contact
600
601_textcontent_ {
602<p>To get research help from the National Library via email, online chat, phone, fax or post, visit our Ask A Librarian page.</p>
603
604<p><a href="http://www.natlib.govt.nz/services/get-advice/ask-a-librarian">Ask a Librarian &mdash; National Library website</a></p>
605
606<p>To contact us directly about the Papers Past website, please email:</p>
607
608<p><a href="mailto:paperspast@natlib.govt.nz">paperspast@natlib.govt.nz</a></p>
609}
610
611
612
613package copyrightguide
614
615_textcontent_ {
616<h3>Copyright guide</h3>
617
618<p>The Papers Past website provides access to digitised copies of historical New Zealand newspapers. This copyright statement relates specifically to the digitised newspaper content on Papers Past.  Additional information about specific papers can be found on each newspaper title page.</p>
619
620<p>Material on this website has been provided in good faith for users by the National Library on the basis that:</p>
621
622<ul>
623<li>the newspaper publications provided from the 19th and early 20th century are out of copyright</li>
624<li>in most cases digitised copies replace microfilm versions previously provided to the public</li>
625<li>for more recent newspaper publications (up to 1945), permission has been sought from the publisher to reproduce the material on this website</li>
626</ul>
627
628<h3>Duration of copyright in New Zealand</h3>
629
630<p>A significant amount of the content on Papers Past is out of copyright.  In New Zealand, where an author or publisher cannot be identified and it can be reasonably assumed the author died 50 or more years ago, copyright has expired.</p>
631
632<p>As a guide, it may be reasonable to assume copyright has expired for newspaper items published more than 100 years ago, and that they are therefore available to be copied and republished without permission.</p>
633
634<p>Where the author or publisher can be identified, in New Zealand the copyright term is the life of the author plus 50 years.  For works that are still in copyright, permission from the copyright holder is needed before copying or republishing the works, with the exceptions of fair dealing for criticism, review, research or private study.</p>
635
636<p>If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found in-copyright material on our website, for which you have not given permission, or is not covered by a limitation or exception in New Zealand law, please <a href="mailto:paperspast@natlib.govt.nz">contact us</a> for a copy of our takedown procedure.</p>
637
638<h3>Reproducing material from Papers Past</h3>
639
640<p>If you copy or republish material from this website that is out of copyright or for which you have gained permission from the copyright holder, we kindly ask that you acknowledge the National Library of New Zealand as the source of the information.  If the material is republished online, we would appreciate a link to where you found the information on this website.</p>
641
642<p>This copyright statement does not constitute legal advice, and the National Library of New Zealand is not responsible for any loss or damage caused as a result of following it.</p>
643
644<h3>Find out more about copyright terms and legislation</h3>
645
646<p>Find out more about copyright terms and the public domain on the <a href="http://makeit.digitalnz.org/guidelines/enabling-use-reuse/public-domain-guide/">DigitalNZ website</a>.</p>
647
648<p>Learn more about <a href="http://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1994/0143/latest/DLM345634.html">New Zealand copyright legislation: New Zealand Copyright Act 1994</a>.</p>
649}
650
651
652
653package gettingstarted
654
655_textcontent_ {
656<p>Papers Past provides access to digitised copies of historic New Zealand newspapers.</p>
657
658<p>There are two main ways to find information in Papers Past: searching and browsing. Searching lets you enter a query term and retrieves articles that contain that term. Browsing lets you look at all the newspapers, starting with a year, a region, or a newspaper title. All the newspaper titles on the site can be searched and browsed.</p>
659
660<h3>Issues, pages and articles</h3>
661<p>Each newspaper title was published as a series of newspaper issues. Each issue is made up of one or more newspaper pages. You can view all the newspaper issues and pages in Papers Past.</p>
662
663<p>The newspapers in Papers Past have their pages divided up into articles, advertisements, and illustrations. Every issue has a Contents list that gives you direct access to the articles, advertisements and illustrations.</p>
664
665<h3>Browse by date</h3>
666<p>Use the Browse by date page to find titles published on a certain date. Select a year from the drop-down list, then click on the month you're interested in, and then on the day. A list of the newspaper titles available on this day appears, and you can click on the title you would like to look at. If there are no newspapers available for a month or day, they will not be clickable.</p>
667
668<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL2&amp;_state_">Go to the Browse by date page</a></p>
669
670<h3>Browse by region</h3>
671<p>Use the Browse by region page to see which newspapers are available for the places you are interested in. There is a map on the page, which you can click on to see the newspaper titles available for that region. The page also shows newspaper titles with national coverage.</p>
672
673<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL3&amp;_state_">Go to the Browse by region page</a></p>
674
675<h3>Browse by title</h3>
676<p>This page lists all the newspaper and periodical titles available on Papers Past.</p>
677
678<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=d&amp;cl=CL1&amp;_state_">Go to the Browse by title page</a></p>
679
680<h3>Search</h3>
681<p>The Search page lets you enter a query term and retrieves articles that contain that term. Find out more about using Search on the Search help page.</p>
682
683<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=q&amp;_state_">Go to the Search page</a></p>
684
685<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=help&amp;_state_">Go to the Search help page</a></p>
686
687<h3>Printing</h3>
688<p>Papers Past provides copies of the newspaper issues and newspaper pages in Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) format that are easy to print. The PDF files are generated automatically at the time you request them, so they can take a long time to generate, especially for newspaper issues with many pages.</p>
689
690<p>The newspaper pages are displayed in reduced resolution so they are easier to download. You can also select a high resolution PNG version of each newspaper page if required.</p>
691
692<h3>Need more help?</h3>
693<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=faqs&amp;_state_">Frequently asked questions (FAQs)</a></p>
694
695<p><a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=contact&amp;_state_">Contact us</a></p>
696}
697
698
699
700package faqs
701
702_textcontent_ {
703<h3 style="text-transform: uppercase">Using Papers Past</h3>
704
705<h3>How do I print out an article?</h3>
706<p>One way to do this is to use your browser's print command to print out an article you have retrieved.</p>
707
708<p>Another method is to download the PDF version of the page containing the article and open it in the Adobe Acrobat Reader program. Once you have done this, select the desired article by clicking on the camera icon or snapshot tool, and then use the mouse to drag a box around the region you want to print. Choose "Print" from the file menu, tell Acrobat to print the selected region only, and to scale it up using the "Fit to Paper" option.</p>
709
710<h3>How do I print out a page or a newspaper issue?</h3>
711<p>Download the page-level or issue-level PDF by clicking on the "_document:textdownloadpdf_" button, load the document in Acrobat Reader, and then click on the print button.</p>
712
713<h3>How do I re-size articles?</h3>
714<p>Download the page-level or issue-level PDF by clicking on the "_document:textdownloadpdf_" button, then you can use the zoom function in Adobe Acrobat to enlarge articles.</p>
715
716<h3>How do I save an article?</h3>
717<p>One method is to get the article on the screen and use the File menu in your browser to save the web page. (Note that if you right-click on the article image and try to save or copy it you may only get part of the article.)</p>
718
719<p>Another method is to download the PDF version of the page containing the article and open it in the Adobe Acrobat Reader program, select the desired article by clicking on the camera icon or snapshot tool, and then copy the article into a word processor document and save it.</p>
720
721<h3>How do I save a page/newspaper issue?</h3>
722<p>Download the page-level or issue-level PDF by clicking on the "_document:textdownloadpdf_" button, load the document in Acrobat Reader, then click on the "Save a Copy" button.</p>
723
724<h3>How do I copy text from articles?</h3>
725<p>Click on the "_document:textviewarticletext_" button on the article page, then cut and paste the text into Word. You will then need to compare the text against the original article and correct any errors that have resulted from the automated optical character recognition process.</p>
726
727<h3>How do I move from one newspaper issue to the next?</h3>
728<p>Click on the green arrow to the top right of the issue page.</p>
729
730<h3>How do I move from one newspaper page to the next?</h3>
731<p>Click on the green arrow to the top right of the newspaper page.</p>
732
733
734<h3 style="text-transform: uppercase; padding-top: 20px">About the Papers Past website</h3>
735
736<h3>What's next for Papers Past?</h3>
737<p>As well as adding new titles to Papers Past every year, we also hope to do research into ways to improve the accuracy of the optical character recognition (OCR) process and into the editing of text.</p>
738
739<h3>Are you going to correct errors in the text?</h3>
740<p>The accuracy of text created from optical character recognition (OCR) will never be 100%, especially when you are working from historical newspapers that are often not in very good condition. With more than a million pages, it is not possible for us to correct all errors manually. However, we are interested in investigating how we can involve users in improving the OCR text.</p>
741
742<h3>Are you planning to add M&#257;ori newspapers to Papers Past?</h3>
743<p>A selection of M&#257;ori newspapers is already available online. The <a href="http://www.nzdl.org/niupepa">M&#257;ori Niupepa Collection</a> is a collection of historic newspapers published primarily for a M&#257;ori audience between 1842 and 1932. Digitised copies of these newspapers are available on the New Zealand Digital Library website.</p>
744
745<h3>Are you planning to add the New Zealand Herald to Papers Past?</h3>
746<p>We are investigating options for working with other institutions to make the early years of the New Zealand Herald available through Papers Past.</p>
747
748<h3>Why does it take so long to download images of pages and articles?</h3>
749<p>The pages are scaled down before being sent over the internet to your browser. It takes quite a lot of CPU power to do this, which takes some time when the system is under a heavy load. As a result of this processing, however, a much smaller page is sent to your browser. This means that people on slow connections can download the (smaller) pages much faster then they used to.</p>
750
751<h3>What's the best way to link to Papers Past?</h3>
752<p>The official URL for Papers Past is: </p>
753<p><a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/</a></p>
754<p>The M&#257;ori language version of the homepage is: </p>
755<p><a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?l=mi">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?l=mi</a></p>
756
757<h3>What's the best way to link to a specific newspaper?</h3>
758<p>The URL for the "newspaper page" for the Bay of Plenty Times newspaper looks like this:</p>
759<p><a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.BOPT">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.<span style="background: yellow; text-decoration: underline">BOPT</span></a></p>
760<p>Note the acronym for BOPT is highlighted. To make a URL for any other newspaper, first find out its acronym, and replace BOPT. Here are some examples:</p>
761<p>
762<a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.DSC">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.DSC</a><br />
763<a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.NZGWS">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.NZGWS</a><br />
764<a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.WT">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL1.WT</a></p>
765
766<h3>What's the best way to link to other pages in Papers Past?</h3>
767<p>Take the URL out of your browser, and remove the "e=" part from the end.</p>
768<p><a style="padding-left: 25px" href="http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL3">http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=CL3</a></p>
769<p>takes you to the Regions page, for example.</p>
770}
771
772
773
774package sitemap
775
776_textcontent_ {
777The main pages on this site are listed below.
778}
779
780
781
782package technology
783
784_textcontent_ {
785<a name="zoomableview"></a>
786<h3>Zoomable view</h3>
787
788<p>The zoomable view is an optional view of newspaper pages and articles in Papers Past, available when Javascript is enabled on your web browser.  The view allows you to zoom in and out of newspaper pages and articles as well as pan across multiple pages and articles by dragging your mouse inside the viewer.</p>
789
790<p>By clicking on an article you will be given a suite of options to choose from:</p>
791
792<ul>
793<li>zoom in to the selected article</li>
794<li>view the computer-generated text of the article</li>
795<li>clip the article and view separately</li>
796<li>download a PDF or PNG of the entire page</li>
797</ul>
798
799<p>You can exit the zoomable viewer anytime by clicking on "Regular view" just above the viewer box.</p>
800
801<h3>Optical Character Recognition (OCR)</h3>
802<p>Optical Character Recognition is a process by which software reads a page image and translates it into a text file by recognising the shapes of the letters. All the newspaper text in this collection has been automatically generated using OCR software. It has not been manually reviewed or corrected. To look at the OCR text for an article, click on the "_document:textviewarticletext_" link on the Article page.</p>
803
804<h3>OCR mistakes</h3>
805<p>OCR enables searching of large quantities of full text data, but it is never 100% accurate. For the Papers Past project, the level of accuracy depends on the print quality of the original newspaper, its condition at the time of microfilming, and the level of detail captured by the microfilm scanner. Newspapers with poor quality paper, small print, mixed fonts, multiple column layouts, or damaged pages may have poor OCR accuracy. This means that most pages will have some errors in the computer-generated text, and some will have a lot of errors.</p>
806
807<h3>Veridian Digital Library Software</h3>
808<p>Veridian is computer software for making digital collections available in full-text searchable form over the Internet. It is designed specifically to support collections of digitised printed materials (e.g. newspapers, books, and journals), and to take advantage of the latest technologies used in large digitisation projects.</p>
809
810<p>Veridian was developed in New Zealand by DL Consulting Ltd, using the Greenstone digital library software. Greenstone was developed by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato, and is distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the Human Info NGO.</p>
811
812<p><a href="http://www.dlconsulting.com/veridian">Veridian homepage</a></p>
813
814<p><a href="http://www.greenstone.org">Greenstone homepage</a></p>
815}
816
817
818
819package terms
820
821_textcontent_ {
822<p>The National Library welcomes visitors from New Zealand and around the world to use its websites, and encourages you to access and link to works from our collections.</p>
823
824<p>By using this website you agree to be legally bound by these terms of use and our Privacy Notice, which take effect immediately on your first use of the website. If you do not agree to be legally bound by all these terms, please do not access or use this website.</p>
825
826<h3>Content disclaimer</h3>
827<p>This website contains content that was not produced by the National Library. The National Library is not responsible for third-party content, and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in it.</p>
828<p>The Library accepts no liability or responsibility for the manner in which the information on this website is interpreted or used, or the results of such use.</p>
829<p>The National Library may change these terms at any time by posting changes online.</p>
830
831<h3>External links from this website</h3>
832<p>This website may include links to other agencies and organisations. These links are for convenience and information purposes only. Linking should not be taken as endorsement of any kind by the National Library of those other agencies and organisations.</p>
833<p>The National Library is not responsible for the content of external internet sites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them. Contact the external site owner for answers to questions regarding their content.</p>
834
835<h3>Copyright and reproduction statement</h3>
836<p>This website is copyright to the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna M&#257;tauranga o Aotearoa. All use of information from this website must be acknowledged appropriately, and permission must be sought before copying any images, programs, and so on from the website.</p>
837<p>For information about copyright and reproduction of digitised material available through this website, see the <a href="_gwcgi_?a=p&amp;p=copyrightguide&amp;_state_">Copyright Guide</a>.</p>
838
839<h3>Privacy notice</h3>
840<p>We will safeguard your personal information (information that identifies you as a natural person) and respect your rights under the Privacy Act 1993.</p>
841<p>You may browse this website without providing any personal information.</p>
842<p>If you send us personal information (for example, your email address when asking a research question), we will only use this personal information for the purpose for which it was provided.</p>
843<p>We will keep any personal information you provide to us secure and will not disclose it to any other parties without your prior consent. To access or correct any of your personal information that we hold, or if you have any concerns about personal information that we hold, please contact us. You can email us with your privacy questions: <a href="mailto:privacy@natlib.govt.nz">privacy@natlib.govt.nz</a></p>
844
845<h3>Tracking of website usage</h3>
846<p>If you visit this site to read or download information, we collect and store statistical information about the visit.</p>
847<p>This information includes the server address, top-level domain name, date and time of the visit, pages accessed and documents downloaded, previous site visited, and type of browser used.</p>
848<p>Site statistics allow us to assess the number of visitors to the different sections of our websites, identify what information is of interest, monitor system performance, and help us make our sites more useful to visitors. Information is not passed to any other parties.</p>
849
850<h3>Cookies</h3>
851<p>Cookies are small files that are sent by a website and stored on your computer's hard-drive. Browser cookies are used by this website to help provide the statistical information described under "Tracking of website usage". This website also uses cookies to remember your previous searches. You can see these listed under Search History. You may manually disable cookies at any time. Check your browser's "Help" information for instructions.</p>
852
853<h3>Linking to this website</h3>
854<p>You are welcome to link to pages on the Papers Past website. Links should not say, or imply, that the material is the copyright of anyone other than the National Library or the relevant copyright holder.</p>
855<p>Linking to this website from any other website or organisation should not be taken as endorsement of any kind by the National Library.</p>
856}
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