And that is exactly the root of my problem, thanks. A bit of java code
stuck at the top, or a bunch of blank lines (inserted by dreamweaver for
some odd reason) were causing 'missed' title. I can fix that!
On Mon, 15 Oct 2001, Bill Moseley wrote:
> At 02:37 PM 10/15/01 -0700, Roy Tennant wrote:
> >At least in version 1.x, there is also a condition where a document
> >that has a <title> tag will not have that <title> tag found due to it
> >being too far down in the document. There used to be a setting in the
> >config file that would allow you to set how far down in the file (in
> >lines) SWISH-E would look for the title tag. Changing this would be
> >necessary, for example, if your documents happened to have a pile of
> >see if that had been removed in version 2.x, but since he didn't
> >mention it, I thought I would throw it out in case you're having that
> No, I just forgot about that setting. Thanks.
> The html.c parser (type HTML) scans the document first for title (and also
> another time for StoreDescription) before parsing the document. I guess
> for performance reasons, swish's html.c only looks some number of lines.
> It's set to 12 lines by default:
> TITLETOPLINES 12
> which is probably too few as a default.
> libxml2 (type HTML2) parses the document only once and will find the title
> regardless of how far down it is in the document.
> There's also a USE_DOCPATH_AS_TITLE setting in config.h that says to use
> the path name for the title if the title doesn't exist.
> Bill Moseley
Received on Tue Oct 16 10:51:44 2001