How can I avoid showing the function name as the window title for my Web application?
|Date:||15 April 2004|
|Product/Release:||LANSA for the Web|
|Abstract:||How to avoid showing the function name as the window title for my Web application|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
|Last Review:||November 2010|
When we execute an application as a browser application, the function name appears as the window title by default. I am required to manually change the generated HTML to change this. How can I avoid having the function name appear on the browser appear on the title bar without having to manually change the generated HTML?
The following line in LANSA skeletons causes the function name to appear as the Window Title:
By default, the member WEBSKEL in DC@F28 is used to as a skeleton to generate HTML pages when a particular function is compile to produce HTML source. In a case where a process specific skeleton exists as a member in the file DC@W22, the process specific skeleton will be used.
Removing the directive %W3TTL from the appropriate skeleton and compiling to generate the HTML will cause the function name not to appear as the Window title.