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[2420] Latest edit on 2016-05-12 21:11:40 by BrianKoontz [typo]


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since 1.3.4
Introduction



[2419] Edited on 2016-05-12 21:11:17 by BrianKoontz [typo]


Additions:
Note: If you are looking to output a custom <title>...</title> tag, please see Docs:TitleTagActionInfo.
 

Deletions:
Note: If you are looking to output a custom <title>...</title> tag, please see Docs:TitleTagActionInfo.<<::c::


[2418] Edited on 2016-05-12 21:11:00 by BrianKoontz [updated]


Additions:
NOTE
This feature is available since:
WikkaWiki 1.3.4

Prints the title of the current page.
{{title}}
Part of the Wikka:WikkaMenulets Wikka Menulets project. Prints the return value of PageTitle(). Note that the return value of PageTitle() is a concatenation of the name of your Wikka instance followed by the page "tag" (actual title of your page) if there are no headers present in the page body. Otherwise, this action outputs the string enclosed by the largest header markup closest to the top of the page.
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since 1.3.4
Introduction

Deletions:
NOTE
This feature is available since:
WikkaWiki 1.3.7

Renders an HTML title tag in the page output header.
{{titletag string="My page title with important keywords"}}
With the
Parameters
nametyperequired?defaultdescription
stringstringmandatory-value of the string enclosed by the title tag
{{titletag}} action you can generate a custom HTML title tag that will appear in the page output header. Please note that you will have to remove any instances of <title>...</title> tags in your header.php files, as multiple <title> tags are not permissible under the HTML recommendations. Also, there is no protection against invoking {{titletag}} more than once. Position of the title tag within the head of the document is not guaranteed or predictable (but shouldn't matter).
Examples:
{{titletag string="My Title"}}
produces the following output:
<head>
...
<title>MyTitle</title>
...
</head>

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since 1.3.7
Introduction



[2417] Edited on 2016-05-12 21:04:45 by BrianKoontz [update]


Additions:

Title Action Documentation

This is the documentation page for the title action.
Note: If you are looking to output a custom <title>...</title> tag, please see Docs:TitleTagActionInfo.<<::c::
Deletions:

Titletag Action Documentation

This is the documentation page for the titletag action.
Note: You will need to remove any existing <title>...</title> tags in
your header.php files (located under the templates/ directory).
Otherwise, you will have multiple <title> tags in your HTML output, which
is not in compliance with the HTML recommendations.
 



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Titletag Action Documentation

This is the documentation page for the titletag action.

Note: You will need to remove any existing <title>...</title> tags in
your header.php files (located under the templates/ directory).
Otherwise, you will have multiple <title> tags in your HTML output, which
is not in compliance with the HTML recommendations.
 


Documentation

NOTE
This feature is available since:
WikkaWiki 1.3.7


Short description
Renders an HTML title tag in the page output header.

Usage:
{{titletag string="My page title with important keywords"}}

Parameters
nametyperequired?defaultdescription
stringstringmandatory-value of the string enclosed by the title tag

Long description
With the {{titletag}} action you can generate a custom HTML title tag that will appear in the page output header. Please note that you will have to remove any instances of <title>...</title> tags in your header.php files, as multiple <title> tags are not permissible under the HTML recommendations. Also, there is no protection against invoking {{titletag}} more than once. Position of the title tag within the head of the document is not guaranteed or predictable (but shouldn't matter).

Examples:
{{titletag string="My Title"}}

produces the following output:

<head>
...
<title>MyTitle</title>
...
</head>


Release Notes
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since 1.3.7
Introduction

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