[TYPO3] TV title

Lamb, Brian blamb at jcvi.org
Thu Nov 8 16:12:14 CET 2007

I think that I may not have been clear in asking my question. A few days
ago I posed a question about what goes in the <title> tag. 

What I am trying to do now is customize the *header* of a content
element. I misused the word title in my original post and so I

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Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2007 10:02 AM
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Subject: Re: [TYPO3] TV title

Hi Brian,

Sorry but didn't ask a similar question a few days back about being able

to customise the title?

Look into TSref about generating the title your self. There are two 
options that quickly spring to mind, you can use a 
config.titleTagFunction and write your own script to custom generate the

title (or alter it as you like). Or you can set config.noPageTitle=2 and

then generate the title tag as a page.headerData cObject item using 
nothing  but typoscript.


Lamb, Brian wrote:
> Is it possible to add some TypoScript so that I can add tags to the
> title? Currently if I put "Hello <em>World</em>!", then the tags are
> converted to &lt;em&gt;...etc. Other than removing the reference to
> htmlentities in the .php file, can I make part of the title
> I had original posted this as a tt_news reference but turns out that
> wasn't a problem. 
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