In order to provide access to resources that use https, your EZproxy server must be configured with an SSL certificate.
Cambridge Core is the latest platform through which subscribers to Cambridge University Press resources can access all of their subscribed content. This single platform replaces the previous Cambridge Books Online, Cambridge Companions Online, Cambridge Journals Online, Cambridge Histories Online, Shakespeare Survey Online and University Publishing Online platforms.
Title Cambridge Core (updated 20191003) MimeFilter application/html .* html URL https://www.cambridge.org/core HJ https://cambridge.org HJ cambridge.org HJ www.cambridge.org HJ africabibliography.cambridge.org HJ dib.cambridge.org HJ ebooks.cambridge.org HJ journals.cambridge.org HJ orlando.cambridge.org HJ stahlonline.cambridge.org HJ universitypublishingonline.org HJ www.africabibliography.cambridge.org HJ www.cambridge.org HJ www.dib.cambridge.org HJ https://dib.cambridge.org HJ dib.cambridge.org HJ www.journals.cambridge.org HJ www.orlando.cambridge.org HJ www.stahlonline.cambridge.org DJ cambridge.org Find globalNav('//www.cambridge.org/tools/packages/cambridge_themes/ Replace globalNav('/tools/packages/cambridge_themes/
To ensure continued access to all Cambridge University Press, make sure this stanza is placed above any existing Cambridge resources stanzas. This stanza should provide access to all Cambridge resources and redirects are in place for all old URLs; however, you can retain any existing stanzas or add missing target URLs from your starting point URLs as HJ statements to the stanza above if you would like to remove the old stanzas.
A Hosted EZproxy Include File is available for this resource. Hosted EZproxy customers will receive automatic updates with OCLC’s latest version of this stanza. Note: Hosted EZproxy customers in the Americas using self-service may reference the Include File by adding the following line to config.txt:
Note: Thank you to Christian Wimmer, Dom Benson, and Laurence Lockton for their work developing this stanza.