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$site and $meta are in the PHP

$site and $meta are in the PHP

Sunday 12 January 2003 2:03:24 pm - 1 reply

At the line at the top of the browser a variable called $site.title comes into play and in served pages you'll see where another called $meta generates meta tags as well.
I was surprised to find that $site and $meta are hardcoded into index.php.
Or perhaps is is yet another example where using the windows install and then moving it to a host leaves you missing semi-critical areas of configuration that might have occured in a linux install?
Let's hope this get's tidied up in a future release, but really $site and $meta should surely be in the Admin interface.
Richard.

Monday 13 January 2003 12:29:08 am

> At the line at the top of the browser a variable called
> $site.title comes into play and in served pages you'll see
> where another called $meta generates meta tags as well.
> I was surprised to find that $site and $meta are hardcoded
> into index.php.
> Or perhaps is is yet another example where using the windows
> install and then moving it to a host leaves you missing
> semi-critical areas of configuration that might have occured
> in a linux install?
> Let's hope this get's tidied up in a future release, but
> really $site and $meta should surely be in the Admin
> interface.
> Richard.

I've noticed this as well. The settings/site.ini(.php) has a [SiteSettings] section with a Site Name option in it. Version 2 has a similar setting.

Currently, changing this in V3 has no effect.

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