Visit "My HOME" to edit or update your account information and user profile. Your options are included: change your password, update your profile information, and view your saved records.
Click on the “Log in” link in the upper right corner of your screen. Then click on the “forgot password” link in the sign-in box that appears. A reset password link will be sent to the e-mail address associated with your account with information for resetting your password. By clicking on the reset password link, a new password will be generated automatically and sent to your email address.
Please contact to the editorial office via firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the email you used when you registered for APT account. If you no longer have access to the email used to create your account, please contact our editorial office (email@example.com) to change your email address and update your password.
Please contact editorial office (firstname.lastname@example.org) to report any problems. It is helpful if you can provide the URL you are accessing, the browser and operating system you are using, and any error messages you encounter.
APT supports a variety of browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. If you have questions about whether the version you are using is supported, please contact us (email@example.com).
You may opt in or out of e-mails by signing in to your "My HOME" account and changing your sign for receiving news, promotions and special offers about our products and services.
If you are not receiving your e-mail alerts, check your current settings in your "My HOME" account. You will be able to manage your e-mail preferences from there.
View the current list of the APT’s Editorial Board members in "Journal Info" section.
You may check on the status of your submitted manuscripts by visiting our online manuscript processing system at "login form" and locating your manuscript in your account.
Authors may submit an unlimited number of articles, provided that all submissions are compatible with our "Guide for Authors".
APT uses its own style of note formatting. Cited references and explanatory notes should be presented in one section of consecutively numbered endnotes. Additional information on our note style, along with examples, is available on our "Guide for Authors" section.
APT supports the Open Access initiative. Abstracts and full texts (PDF format) of all articles published by APT are freely accessible to everyone immediately upon publication. APT also does not charge any submission or publication fees.
Although you will receive proofs from editorial office before your manuscript is published, the purpose of these proofs is to pick up inaccuracies or typographical errors. You will not be able to make editorial changes (e.g. changes in wording, adding references, etc.) at this stage. Indeed, it is essential that you ensure that the version you submit for publication in APT is your final version.