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[SOLVED] edited page title
#1
While I was editing 2-3 long pages at once, I've found out that I have to scroll up to see which page I'm actually going to save.
Would you consider adding or changing at least one of two things to show edited page name ?
My proposals:
1. change edited page's <title> website name - page management
to page name - page management - website name
2. add page title / slug below textarea where we can find : Page last saved ...
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#2
yup and yup, if someone can file this on github, ill get it done.
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#3
applied in 3.2.1 b4
wont reflect new titles, but it in there.
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(2013-04-11, 03:55:57)shawn_a Wrote: applied in 3.2.1 b4

Fantastic Smile
Quote:wont reflect new titles, but it in there.

You mean that newly created page won't show its title in browser's tab until page is saved ?
That's understandable.
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#5
or when its changed on same page.
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(2013-04-11, 22:52:29)shawn_a Wrote: or when its changed on same page.
Wouldn't a call to simple jq function after page save solve that ?
Code:
    var dtitle = document.title;
    var pt = $('input#post-title').val();    
    $(document).attr("title", pt+dtitle);
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#7
was not worth addressing right now, next time I am in the js I will probably.
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