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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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8. Web interface help

1. Introduction (TW)
2. Login (TW)
3. Database links and statistics (TW)
4. Searching skald names and text titles (TW)
5. Help for skalds/poems/verses (TW)
6. Help for texts (TW)
7. Help for mss (TW)
A. Regular expression syntax (TW)
B. Unicode conversion of database (TW)

(8. Web interface help > 2. Login)

2. Login (TW)

People involved with the project are issued with a username and password, which gives access to additional information of interest to those involved in the project.

Note: because of the expanded access that will be now provided to the database, we have had to increase security. This means that you can only be logged in to one browser on one computer at a time.

stay logged in: this option will set a 'cookie' for the computer and browser being used, so that the user is not automatically logged out when the browser is closed. The user will stay logged in for three days.

This option should only be used on a private computer.

© Skaldic Project Academic Body, unless otherwise noted. Database structure and interface developed by Tarrin Wills. All users of material on this database are reminded that its content may be either subject to copyright restrictions or is the property of the custodians of linked databases that have given permission for members of the skaldic project to use their material for research purposes. Those users who have been given access to as yet unpublished material are further reminded that they may not use, publish or otherwise manipulate such material except with the express permission of the individual editor of the material in question and the General Editor of the volume in which the material is to be published. Applications for permission to use such material should be made in the first instance to the General Editor of the volume in question. All information that appears in the published volumes has been thoroughly reviewed. If you believe some information here is incorrect please contact Tarrin Wills with full details.