Most Cambridge Journals are available in full-text HTML as well as PDF. You can access the HTML version of a journal's articles if you belong to an organisation which has a subscription or if you have a personal subscription of your own.
The full-text HTML is accessible from a journal's table of contents or a list of search results. Clicking on the 'View HTML' link beneath an article's title brings up the article within the page you are looking at. Immediately above the article are some useful navigational tools which allow you to go directly to the article's abstract, the PDF version of the article, or to the previous or next article published in the journal.
The article's abstract appears before the article itself. A list of key headings (with links) is repeated regularly within the article to make it easy to navigate around the content. A list of figures and tables (also with links) appears in the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
Full-text HTML means that we can offer reference linking to help you find related research articles. When an article is cited, the date of the article will appear as a link. Clicking on that link will take you to the reference in the bibliography. If the cited article is available via Google Scholar, CrossRef or PubMed or appears elsewhere on Cambridge Journals Online a link from the bibliography will take you to it. In addition, for all cited articles in the bibliography we provide a search string you can use in an OpenURL resolver (see below).
This allows users with access to an OpenURL resolver to find the article. If your library has its own resolver this will tell you whether the article is available to you as part of the library's collection. Click on the 'Open URL query data' link. This will open a new window containing a search string that complies with the OpenURL standard. If your organisation is registered with us and your Account Administrator has given us the URL of your local OpenURL resolver, a link to it will appear in the window. You can then copy and paste the search string directly into that resolver. If no link appears, you can cut and paste into any other resolver.
For more information about:
Google Scholar click here.
CrossRef click here.
PubMed click here.
Article Author Query
This is the first in the series of buttons down the left-hand side of the page. It runs a search on Google Scholar and PubMed for other publications by the article's author(s).