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I've noticed that html tags placed in the survey title show up in browser tabs. To increase the size of the title I tagged it with the <h2></h2> tags, and they now show in the browser tab. If there is a suggested work around I would be interested in hearing it? Version is 2.05+ and browser is FF 30.0.
Really don't understand. What is the browser tab ? To increse heigth of the title, you can update the template directly : grouptitle.pstpl for example.
I suspected it was there somewhere, but didn't know where exactly to look. Will have a look and see what we can do. However, applying HTML directly to text elements should not be, and ordinarily are not, interpreted this way. This might be considered a minor 'bug' for the developers to look at.
To answer your question about what is a browser tab, there is a good technical description of tabs, their history and development found here .
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I think there are a lack of explanation here ...
danika wrote: To answer your question about what is a browser tab, there is a good technical description of tabs, their history and development found here .
For LS admin part ? For LS public part (taking survey).
What do you want to change ?
Please provide some screenshot or mockup.
As said by Tony and Denis, there is no difficulty in applying styles directly somewhere in the template
There is no good reason to use html tags in the title.... excepting for <sup></sup> and <sub></sub>, but as you have already noticed, those tags will appear in the browser title....
People really needing some survey title like: " Survey about CO2 ",
In startpage.pspl : try :
PS: it's not the browser tab : but the page title.
PS2: Benoit : you never remind to use EM before JS
Thanks for the feedback but for people using a version ≥1.92 and just wanting to remove html tags and not to change the page title, Deni's solution is better.
danika wrote: Ben_V's suggestion worked like a charm.
The problem is not exactly to "remind" but rather to know/discover all the fantastics EM functions available. It's easiest for someone with strong and extensive prior PHP knowledge; For other mortals, like me, it needs more time!
DenisChenu wrote: ...you never remind to use EM before JS.
Hopefully, LS forum it's a very good place to go further