Browser Window Title

Hi guys, noob here.
Everything ace, apart from wanting to change the browser window title when people opt for the 'view in browser' option. When I change the tile in the html and re-upload I get warnings on $title$, $descriptor$...etc. All I did was change the <title> at the top of the html! Any help greatly appreciated.
Cheers
Brian

Brian, 6 years ago

Sorrya, should have said, I'm using one of the free templates...the html with cm tags.

roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 6 years ago

Hi Brian! Usually this kind of error happens when the template is imported with repeater tags missing, however please post your code here or email our support team and we'll work out why this is happening for you.


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PCM, 5 years ago

Hi Guys,
I'd be really interested in how this was resolved.

Ideally I would like the Browser Window Title to match the subject line of the email as sent out by the client.

Is this possible?

Many Thanks
Patricia

roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 5 years ago

Hi PCM, welcome to the forums! The browser window title is set using the <title>My title here</title> tags in the <head> section of your HTML email code. There isn't a subject line template tag (as yet), so the only way to set this is to manually change the title in your template code.


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PCM, 5 years ago

Thanks so much for your reply. I'm handing this over to the client to send their campaigns for themselves so its not practical to manually change it every time they send out a campaign.

Is this a feature we could suggest? It would be nice if it wasn't a generic title.

Am I right in thinking you link through to the Webversion when "Liking" or Tweeting in the Facebook and Twitter links?

Many Thanks

roshodgekiss roshodgekiss, 5 years ago

Hi again PCM, that's no trouble at all - I'll add your vote internally for this.

Am I right in thinking you link through to the Webversion when "Liking" or Tweeting in the Facebook and Twitter links?

Yes, you're correct - we link through to a generic webversion, sans subscriber information (ie. personalization, tracking details). This means that any clicks through from tweets or Facebook likes won't affect your reports.


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