Vbulletin, need to figure out what Title is used for CMS article

I have an old VB database, and I am trying to post the old articles on the website, but I can not figure out how to get the titles that were originally posted. Also I would like to obtain the images that were used.

active directory – Confused with User Profile Title, Job Title and people picker Title

I’m seriously confused.

I have a User Profile services which is using User Profile Synchronization with two Configured Synchronization Connections. One Business Data Connectivity (BDC) connection, and one Active Directory connection. Under my “Manage User Properties” I have mapped “Title” to the Active Directory connection Source, using Attribute “title” and Direction “Import”. I have mapped “Job Title” to my BDC connection also with “Import” direction.

When I look at an individual’s “Manage User Profiles” page in Central Admin, the Title field is not updating reflective of what is in AD. However other fields, such as the “Work phone” (also from same AD connection) are updating correctly on Incremental Synch.

However, if I use a people picker, the correct updated job title as in AD is appearing with that user’s name. So SharePoint is storing the correct AD title somewhere, it’s just not getting picked up by my User Profile synchronization service, in the User’s Profile Page and is not in the hidden user information list.

I have been doing only an Incremental Synchronization. What are the risks of doing a Full Synchronization (will I loose changes users have made – ie. uploaded photos, editing location, About Me etc.?)

Thank you!

seo – Google page title not matching html tag

Check Google’s cached version – you can see that “<no title>” was actually the title of your page at the point it was crawled in June:

<title>&lt;no title&gt; &#8212; Machine Learning from Scratch</title>

Use Google Search Console to get Google to re-crawl your page, and it will see and index the new title.

gui design – What title could differentiate an “Inventory” page (containing items on-hand) from an “Ingredients” page (containing a full list of existing items)?

I’m making a recipe app with an inventory.

When making a recipe, the user can add ingredients from an included list of available ingredient. If the users cannot find an ingredient, he can add a custom one in the “Ingredients” page. That page has a list of all custom ingredients and all included ingredients. The user cannot delete the included ingredients, and deleting custom ingredient isn’t encouraged, because it would break the recipes that use those ingredients

The user can also specify the quantity of each ingredient he has on hand using the “Inventory” Page. The inventory is independent from the recipe and the ingredient page. Since the inventory page only contains information related to the actual inventory (perishable dates, quantities…), the user can freely modify the information and delete items.

I’m looking for a way to make it clear to the user the difference between the Inventory and the Ingredients page. Currently, I find that the word “Ingredients” is misleading, since you might think that it’s related to the ingredients you currently own.

How can I clearly differentiate those 2 pages? Thank you.

html – Does adding a “title” attribute to the “label” element instead of the “input” harm accessibility?

I’m creating an HTML interface that has an input text field with a label attached. The label has a short name for the input and I want a more detailed description to appear as a popup for visual users, but also to be accessible for screen readers.

This can be done with the title attribute, but if I attach the title to the input element, it will only show when hovering over the input. If I attach it to the label element, then both the label and the input can be hovered to see the tooltip.

I am wondering if this will impact screen readers somehow, and read the title out in a way that could confuse non-visual users.

Here’s an example of the code:

<label title="Some extra details">
    Your Input:
    <input type="text" />
</label>

I haven’t found any such usage in the W3 docs, but I there was one suggestion from StackOverflow. I’m just concerned it might impact accessibility.

magento2 – Magento 2.3.5 Category Page Title Missing

Using Magento 2.3.5 with Porto Theme and realized the Category Page Title is missing at the top of the Category Page. All other Magento sites I have used has the title displayed towards the top of the page in larger text. (I’m assuming this is what is called the H1 Tag?)

This new site I am working on does not have this and wondering what can be done to get it to display.

From what I have read this the path I need to use, However I am not sure if this is the correct code to use and not sure what to add or change for the title to display: Vendor/Magento/module-theme/view/frontend/html/title.phtml

getCssClass() ? ‘ ‘ . $block->getCssClass() : ”;
$titleHtml = ”;
if (trim($block->getPageHeading())) {
$titleHtml = ‘getAddBaseAttribute()
. ‘>’
. $block->escapeHtml($block->getPageHeading())
. ”;
}
?>

escapeHtmlAttr($cssClass) ?>”>
getId()) : ?> id=”escapeHtmlAttr($block->getId()) ?>”
getAddBaseAttributeAria()) : ?>
aria-labelledby=”escapeHtmlAttr($block->getAddBaseAttributeAria()) ?>”
>

getChildHtml() ?>

and Vendor/Magento/module-catalog/view/frontend/layout/catalog_category_view.xml

product_list_toolbar

.action.tocompare

page-title-heading
page-title-heading toolbar-amount

serps – Title tag different from title appearing in Google?

Actually, the answer above is incorrect. You would need to read the question carefully. In this case, the title tag is too long and Google decided to use what it determines as a brand which is simply the domain name without the TLD.

I detailed the process in this answer:

My title tag doesn’t appear to be getting crawled by Google properly

But I will paraphrase it for you.

For a few years now, Google has been experimenting with the SERPs most notably since March 2014. As a part of this, the title tag under certain circumstances may be changed. One factor is the title length. As of this writing, if the title tag length is greater than 512 pixels in length Google may chose to use:

  • What appears to be a brand name which can be the domain name with or
    without the TLD. (most likely)
  • What it knows to be a brand name. (fairly likely)
  • The first header h1 tag. (very likely)
  • A portion of the content that closely matches the search query.
    (fairly likely)
  • Information from a publicly available source such as ODP DMOZ (not
    likely).
  • Information from rich snippets mark-up. (less likely)
  • Text from anchors text. (less likely)

In the case of the OP’s scenario, Google has chosen to use the domain name (IGN) as a brand name and return it as the SERP link. Managing the title tag length will solve this issue.

Also, this answer may help too: Title in Google does not match <title> of document

php – CSS for Mobile: What is the css for changing font size of entry title and for moving my primary navigation widget down

I have been trying to figure out how I can change the font size of my entry title on Mobile version and also how I can move my primary navigation widget down?

The circle image below is supposed to be my primary navigation and should have a divider on top but it is connecting to my entry post. My post title is also too large on the mobile.

Please help.

The circle image is supposed to be my primary navigation and should have a divider on top but it is connecting to my entry post

wordpress – Changes to Yoast Page Title Not Reflected on Page or Admin Index

So I’m totally stumped on this one, hopefully someone else has experienced the same issue before and knows the fix.

Working on a WordPress site that uses Yoast SEO for meta descriptions, page titles, etc. Any changes made to the page title do not get reflected on the live site. I’ve tried deactivating plugins, I’ve tried clearing caches, I’ve check the database to make sure the changes were saved (they are). But still, nothing. To make things stranger (but hopefully easier to diagnose), the changes aren’t reflected on the page index in the admin control panel. For example…

WordPress admin page index with old title

WordPress page Yoast panel with new title

Has anyone experienced this before? How did you go about resolving it?