I would like to do something like that in the someone's previous post here. But it doesn't work with my thesis. I have almost all of the bibliography entries with 'note' which include url to specific website. Most of the time there is doi webpage. I want to achieve hyperlink to all urls which will shows as clickable title in bibliography. So let's suppose I have this two entries (one with doi, one with some http/https links):

    author = {He, Q.F. and Ding, Z.Y. and Ye, Y.F. and al., et},
    journal = {JOM},
    volume = {7},
    number = {69},
    language = {English},
    pages = {2092--2098},
    title = {Design of High-Entropy Alloy: A Perspective from Nonideal Mixing},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s11837-017-2452-1},
    note = {doi: \url{https://doi.org/10.1007/s11837-017-2452-1}},
author = {Wróbel, M. and Burbelko, A.},
year = {2014},
pages = {79--84},
title = {Metoda CALPHAD – nowoczesna technika pozyskiwania danych termodynamicznych},
volume = {14},
journal = {Archives of Foundry Engineering},
note = {Dostęp na 02.04.2020: \url{http://www.afe.polsl.pl/index.php/pl/4073/metoda-calphad-nowoczesna-technika-pozyskiwania-danych-termodynamicznych.pdf}},

How to achieve that?

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    Are you using bibtex or biblatex? Which bibliography style?
    – John
    Jun 5, 2020 at 23:16
  • I compiled my biblio as bibtex sample.aux in command line tool so I believe it is bibtex. I use plunsrt style
    – Dominika
    Jun 5, 2020 at 23:19
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    The example that you have been looking at is for biblatex, which is has greater flexibility than bibtex. The plunsrt.bst style does not support the url = {..}, field, although some other .bst styles for bibtex do. One approach would be to edit the plunsrt.bst file, but this would be a project. Another might be to adopt biblatex. Perhaps others on this forum can offer a more precise idea.
    – John
    Jun 5, 2020 at 23:37
  • Dear @John, thank you for your answer. I'm not the specialist of tex but I'm sure that 'url' works pretty well in my case. Also \href in title section works, but I have to change every single entry by my own... which is annoying. So maybe I have biblatex (I don't know, I just use what starts work when I put it in my code). I suppose bibtex because like I already say - I use bibtex sample.aux command.
    – Dominika
    Jun 5, 2020 at 23:42
  • For clarification, some .bst styles allow you to include a field url = { ...}, which is processed by bibtex. The \url{..} macro in the note = { ...}, field is actually processed by latex, not bibtex. When bibtex sets the title as a hyperlinked field, it's normally because is it looking at the url = {..}, field. What you mention about putting \href in the title={..} field is a workaround, but as you mention not automatic.
    – John
    Jun 5, 2020 at 23:57


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