Aggregators that host many journals on a single website, such as JSTOR or Sci ELO, often work too, but please check with your aggregator to make sure that they support full-text indexing in Google Scholar.
Alternatively, if you have the technical expertise to manage your own website, we recommend the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software that's available for download from the Public Knowledge Project (PKP).
Keep in mind that the use of Flash, Java Script, or form-based navigation makes it hard for our automated system to find your articles.
If your website uses these types of navigation, please also add a "browse by date" interface that uses only simple HTML GET links. Website availability Since Google refers users to your website to read the papers, your webpages must be available to both users and crawlers at all times.
Detailed technical information is helpful if you're trying to fix an error in indexing of your own website, or you need to make sure that your article hosting product is compatible with Google and Google Scholar search services.
Your website must not require users (or search robots) to sign in, install special software, accept disclaimers, dismiss popup or interstitial advertisements, click on links or buttons, or scroll down the page before they can read the entire abstract of the paper.Indexing Guidelines Google Scholar uses automated software, known as "parsers", to identify bibliographic data of your papers, as well as references between the papers.Incorrect identification of bibliographic data or references will lead to poor indexing of your site.At this time, we're unable to effectively index multiple abstracts on the same webpage or multiple papers in the same PDF file.Likewise, we're unable to index different sections of the same paper in different files.