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Dave Dash's Blog:
Dynamically adjusting your page title in symfony
July 20, 2007 @ 12:03:00

Dave Dash has posted a quick hit for symfony framework users - how to dynamically adjust your page title at your whim.

A lot of the content on reviewsBy.us and other sites we make using symfony have dynamic content. We try to have our page titles reflect the content by prepending the name of the specific restaurant, document or menu item before the site name.

Their path to the prize is a method, prependTitle that's included in a class (myActions.class.php) and used via it's reference in the application's app.yml file.

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