Setting on Contact form: "Use Heading for Title"

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11/30/2010 5:17:25 PM
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Setting on Contact form: "Use Heading for Title"

Hey Joe, I'm working on writing help files for some of the undocumented help icons in mojoPortal and came across this one. As far as I can see from experimentation, unchecking it unwraps the contact form's title from <h2> tags, so it just appears as plain text without styling. What was the thinking/motivation behind this setting? Is that so the title could be used for preamble text rather than putting a separate HTML instance on the page?

If this is still an "active" setting, should it maybe be moved into the General settings for all features (or even expanded there to allow the user to choose the tag wrapper they'd like to use for a module's title (h1, h2, h3, p, etc.)? Then again, maybe that would be a little too dangerous and site-breaky in novice hands.

Jamie

12/1/2010 6:42:54 AM
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Re: Setting on Contact form: "Use Heading for Title"

Hi Jamie,

Actually I removed that setting this morning, it was added since the last release so it has never made it into an official release and I really cannot remember any good reason why I added it. I think I added it based on this thread, but really it was not needed even for that. So it seemed better to remove it since I generally think it is more user friendly the less settings we have especially if they are not really useful.

All the included mojoPortal skins use h1 for the site heading and h2 for the feature instance headings, however there is a web.config setting in case someone wants to use another scheme for the headings, but this would be global, not instance specific.

<add key="ModuleTitleTag" value="h2"/>

Best,

Joe

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