I'm using biblatex with the standard bibliography style. How or what should I modify so that the title is turned into a link pointing to a suitable doi url? (of course only if the doi is available)

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I used the default example bib from the current biblatex documentation which is available on every TeX distribution. The two entries have both a doi entry in the bib file:

A reference to~\cite{kastenholz} and~\cite{sigfridsson}. 

With the latest biblatex update there is also a star version for \DeclareFieldFormat which refers to all entry types.

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    @Herbert, would it be possible to make the hyperlinks conditional? What I mean is, if both URL and DOI are available, use DOI, if only URL is available, use URL. Also, you mentioned that there must (should?) be a star version for \DeclareFieldFormat to capture all entry types. Do you know the command for that?
    – Jörg
    Mar 16, 2012 at 14:28
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    I added a follow up question here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/48400/…
    – Jörg
    Mar 17, 2012 at 20:11
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    Thanks so much! I'm using this: However it appears to not work when the item is a conference paper. Journal papers will have the hyperlinks, but conference papers don't. Is there a way to fix this? Mar 13, 2018 at 16:31
  • The MWE is working, I then tried to do the same with the filecontents and my own citation entries, however, the link would not show up. I then downloaded the actual biblatex-examples file here and made a same one with filecontents. But the link still did not appear.
    – zyy
    Jan 13, 2020 at 5:31

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