On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 06:52:53PM -0700, Aaron Bazar wrote:
> Good evening!
> Is there a way to specify the maximum title length printed to the browser in
Depends on what you are using for output generation. What gets
displayed is a, well, display issue.
So, for example, if using the Template-Toolkit method of generating
output the title is printed like:
[% ( item.swishtitle || item.swishdocpath ) %]
I haven't tried this, but with template toolkit you should be able to
[% ( item.swishtitle || item.swishdocpath ) | truncate(20) %]
to truncate to 20 chars.
If you are using the default template output (TemplateDefault.pm) then
my $DocTitle = $results->config('title_property') || 'swishtitle';
to something like:
my $DocTitle = substr( $results->config('title_property') || 'swishtitle', 0, 20);
If you are using HTML::Template then you will probably need to truncate
swishtitle in the TemplateHTMLTempalte module and modify the swish.tmpl
Now, if you don't want to do it in the output generation then there's a
config you can use while indexing:
> Also, on a related topic, last week I asked about cleaning certain URLs out
> of the database. Instead of that, is there some place in the CGI script
> where I could say?
> if (swishdocpath =~/domainIdoNotWant.com/) then do not print;
Yes, but the counts for total results would probably be off. So you
would need to adjust those, too.
So there's a bunch of places you could do that -- perhaps after
$search->run_query; is called you could filter. Or perhaps you could
place the check in the add_result_to_list() filter out records -- but
then you would need to adjust the counts as mentioned.
Received on Tue Jul 1 17:25:45 2003