This page: [URL] seems to indicate that it's possible, but it looks like it also pops up an alert window which would be annoying as hell. Is there a way to, say, once every minute change the title bar text?
You see I have a text file of rotating slogans that appear each time you reload a page on my site and someone suggested that having them change even when the page is already open might be fun. I thought I'd look into it and see if it's possible. The site is [URL]
I have created a simple slideshow/ gallery.There are five small pictures with titles below the slideshow.How can I get the title box above the slide show to change according to the selected picture.Been playing with it but nothing seems to work.[code]
I'll try and keep this as short as possible (honest), scenario is this... I have a "price comparison" website which looks for deals via a php? query string url and returns the results as an Iframe inserted into a static "show" template page. Unfortunately that gives me 1000+ pages with duplicate title and meta descriptions...
What I'm trying to do is grab (server-side, from returned iframe content) a certain element of text (e.g. first (b)text to change/insert title and use the same text to insert in front of my description (i.e. description="grabbed text" blah blah blah
I know basic html and css etc and have started reading up on Jquery, but thats it... I'm not a programmer, so having asked question on a couple of forums and "googled" relevant topics, I've only got confusing info... most pointing towards Jquery, ajax etc. Thing is everyone goes "tech-speak" on me, might as well be martian...
I have the following codes but I can see that the dialog title not being set. How can I change the title of the dialog box. The alerts clearly shows that the title are the new values passed. Only they are not being displayed as the title in the dialog box. How can I make it work?
One my website its one index page, putting in content depending on the link (ie ?page=xxxxx) and from that it generats the page name, (Page name - MySite). I also have an AJAX search form working on keyup (kinda like google autosearch). I want it so when i start typing there it changes the title to Search - MySite. Then when its empty revert to what ever it was before. I already have the AJAX coding for the search bar.
so the story is that i using and IFRAME in my web site , and i want the main title of the document (which appears in the browser title bar) to be the title from the iframe 'page' . my English is not so good so i 'll give an example .
I've been working on photo gallery that can be seen here: [URL] I would like the title to change according to the picture selected. This works when you click on the thumbnail images. However, it current does not work with the drop-down menu, "back" and "next" buttons, or the automatic slide-show.
I'm creating a pop-up (it's a timer for hotel guest broadband access) with all attributes turned off. But becasue I have location set to 0 the damn url keeps appearing in the title bar. This causes a major problem as the pop-up displays a countdown in the titlebar that the user should be able to see even when minimised and at present cannot because the url takes up all the room. Code:
That dosn't work. I'm just using the title attribute as a place to hold the information I need. Maybe there is another attribute that would work better for this? How can I get the contents of the attribute?
Im using the code below to pop up a window: It works fine except for that in the titlebar, my domain name is listed before the page title like below:
http://mydomain.com - MyPopupwindowname - Microsoft Internet Explorer
Is there any way to remove this or otherwise control what is displayed in the titlebar? I just want it to display the page title - thats it. I dont really care about the MSIE but I mainly dont want the domain to display.