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HTML Head Content Section, where is it?


I've just done my first web enabled app and I am looking to change the favorite icon displayed, as documented here: https://www-304.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21316786

I don't understand what the document means when it says about adding a line to the "HTML Head Content Section" I've looked everywhere!
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When you're using HTML, this is what the code should look like:
*headstuff* (like CSS, Javascript, Title, etc. and <link rel="shortcut icon" href="test.ico">
*bodystuff* (like div, a, table etc.

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The favicon code should go between the <head> and </head> tags.
scriblaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but my question is, where in the application design does it go? I can't find anywhere to put this in domino designer. My application opens up with a frameset, containing 3 frames, that contain 3 pages.
HTML Head Content should be added using the page or form's "HTML Head Content" property.

Open the page or form in the designer, and select the HTML Head Content item in the Object browser.  This will be listed under the (Form) node, not the (Globals) node.

HTML Head Content
Then, enter @Formula code to compute the tags to include in the header.  Here's a screenshot that shows how I've included an external stylesheet.
scriblaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, well I've entered it as a string as per the doc from IBM on one of the pages that displays in the frameset when the application is opened. Still can't get the icon to display instead of dominos standard favicon.ico. Not sure what else there is to try, tried lots of different types of 16x16 ico files.
I've also tried previewing the page in the browser so it is not trapped in any frames. Nothing. Any ideas?
scriblaAuthor Commented:
Accurate and complete. Final problem was with sticky cache on browser. Thanks.
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