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w.fonseca

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

 

 

 

 

Page Login

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After Login

 

58ebebcc8a8fb_afterlogin.png

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

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Luke

Hi, there is no configuration for this, sorry.

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pir8radio

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

 

 

 

 

Page Login

58ebebace8e34_pagelogin.png

 

 

 

 

After Login

 

58ebebcc8a8fb_afterlogin.png

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

 

its dynamically updated using javascript now-a-days i believe.  If you are using a reverse proxy you can rewrite it on the fly. 

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momosalao

Edit the librarymenu.js file which is in the scripts folder.

 

Search document.title="Emby" then replace it 

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Che8o

Does someone know where this name comes from? Sadly changing document.title="Emby"  in librarymenu.js is not sufficient to change this. Similarly, the dashboard index.html file changes og:title etc, but still at runtime the page title gets set back to "Emby". Which code is doing that?

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Luke

We don't have any options for this, sorry

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Che8o

We don't have any options for this, sorry

But where does it come from source wise? I'm also happy to patch this in the binary, but I'm not sure where.

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Happy2Play

Have you looked at document.title="Emby" in the site.js?

 

Looks like this applies to 4.2+.

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Che8o

Have you looked at document.title="Emby" in the site.js?

 

Looks like this applies to 4.2+.

thanks, will test that as soon as i upgrade. not sure if there are other factors at play since i've got no "Emby" anywhere in any js file left that influences the title, but maybe in 4.2 that is different. thanks!

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davidrye

Have you looked at document.title="Emby" in the site.js?

 

Looks like this applies to 4.2+.

 

This (document.title="Emby") has been moved to the file "appheader.js" under \Emby-Server\system\dashboard-ui\bower_components\emby-webcomponents\appheader

it took me a while it find this myself but this seemed to work perfect for me.

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Emerson Viana

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

 

 

 

 

Page Login

58ebebace8e34_pagelogin.png

 

 

 

 

After Login

 

58ebebcc8a8fb_afterlogin.png

Could someone pass me the css code that changes the title in the browser bar? Because I was able to change the login page, but did not change the home page, as shown in the print.

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Emerson Viana

Como alterar o title no favicon?

 

Obrigado.

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kisswdev

FOR LINUX SERVER >> /opt/emby-server/system/dashboard-ui >> INDEX.HTML

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