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From Vicent Mas <uve...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: xdocs title element and the title bar of browser windows
Date Sat, 14 Nov 2009 12:38:41 GMT
On 2009-11-13 Vicent Mas <uvemas@gmail.com> said:

> Hi all,
> 
> I'm trying to fine tunning my dispatcher website. One thing that I find
> particularly annoying is the fact that regular processing of a xdoc
>  fragment like:
> 
> <document id="mydoc_id">
> 
>   <header>
>     <title>My title</title>
>   </header>
>   <body>
> ...
> 
> will produce an HTML page like:
> 
> <html>
>   <head>
>     <title>My title</title>
>   </head>
>   <body>
>     <div id="content">
>       <h1 class="content-title">My title</h1>
> ...
> 
> so the *same* title will appear in the title bar of the browser window and
>  in the body of the html page.  In addition, this title is used for search
>  engines like google when the result of a search is shown. But the body
>  title string normally is not meaningful when displayed as a result of a
>  search or when displayed in the title bar of the web browser. So I'd like
>  to know how to specify different titles for the HTML head and the HTML
>  body. Is ther a direct way for doing it with Forrest? Or have I to do some
>  hacking?
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Vicent

Hi again,

I've been playing around with contracts that seem related to the subject 
(namely content-title.ft and title.ft) but I cannot figure out how to do what I 
want in an easy way.

Also I've found a new problem (although it doesn't affect me right now): the 
content-title.ft contract description says it deal with subtitles but I don't 
see the code for doing it. In fact I've not succeeded using subtitles in my 
xdocs: using a subtitle element inside a header element produces no output at 
all.

Any ideas? Help will be appreciated.

Vicent
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