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How to modify browser caption?

Posted on 1998-10-02
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Hi!
How can I change browser caption? It represents the url by default and in some cases the string like '/scripts/prog.exe?par1+par2+par3' seems to be not a good caption...
Thanks in advance.
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by:sybe
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Give the page a title, it will be used in the toolbar.
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tmccarthy100198 earned 20 total points
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just want to add my $.02

format the title as follows in the <HEAD> area
<TITLE>This is the my window caption</TITLE>

you may be interesed in setting the window status line as well.

if you add the following to your HTML document you can set a default status bar message, with a little more code, you can guide the visitor with helpful, or other messages. hope it helps, FYI

tmccarthy

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript">
<!--
window.defaultStatus="This is my default status message"
//-->
</SCRIPT>

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by:abb1
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That's right! I 've forgotten title...
I send you these points but if you know how TO MODIFY browser caption please tell me - I have a window with a 3 frames and the caption of this window is the title of the page with frameset. But the contents of frames changes and I'd like to MODIFY the browser caption...

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