I'm trying to get the plain html page title with javascript.  I use firefox and with   document.title    I get extra "- Mozilla Firefox" to the end of the title. I know it would be easy to get rid of this by modifying string but if they c...
I'm doing a responsive pie chart which holds title in centered position inside it.I've used,  title: {             text: "",             margin: 0,             y:0,             x:0,             align: 'center',             ver...
I have a ExtJS panel inside a viewport center region. I want to hide the title of the panel. How can I do it? I'm using xtype config for declaring the panel....
I am using the Plot.ly JS for graphs. The graphs are charting the answers given to certain questions in a survey. So, the title of the graph is the question itself which can get a little long. Right now, the title runs off the graph and is hidden as...
I have tried many ways to have the page title automatically update every 3 seconds so the title can display how many unread messages they have.  Here is what I have tried:  setInterval(function() {         document.title = "<?php echo $inboxcc...
Even though the following works: http://jsfiddle.net/N7D5r/  My attempt at using the same code does not correctly get the titles. They return null, for whatever strange reason:  <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"...
I'm trying to change the document title using  document.title = "My Shiny New Title"   But the change is not visible in Chrome 51.0.2704.106 (Official Build) (64-bit)  It does show as changed in the javascript console or when I use alert,...
I am a newbie, so excuse me if this is a silly question ..   So what I was trying is to get the title of a URL using JQuery/JS. I dont want to load the content of the url and then parse  tags in it.  Let me be more clear, I have a set of urls, say 20...
Does anyone know how to get url and title of the current page by using Javascript without jQuery!?    <script type="text/javascript">   var title = document.getElementsByTagName('title')[0].innerHTML;   var url = document.locati...
For example, given the dijit.ContentPane tab below, how do I programmatically change the title "Summary" to something else?  <div id="summaryContent" class="tabClass" dojoType="dijit.layout.ContentPane" title="S...

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