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OnCustomHTMLHeader

This event occurs when generating the HEAD section of the page. It allows you to define the contents of the HEAD section (like meta tags or favicon) for all pages of the generated website.

 

Signature:

function OnCustomHTMLHeader ($page, &$customHTMLHeaderText)

 

Parameters:

$page

An instance of the Page class declared in components/page.php.

$customHtmlHeaderText

The text block to be added to the head section of all created pages.

 

Example:

To add a new title and a favicon to all webpages of the generated application, place the following code to the event body.

 

$customHtmlHeaderText = '<meta name="author" content="SQL Maestro Group">';

$customHtmlHeaderText .= "\n";

$customHtmlHeaderText .= '<meta name="copyright" content="SQL Maestro Group" />';

$customHtmlHeaderText .= "\n";

$customHtmlHeaderText .= '<meta name="keywords" content="nba,basketball,game">';

$customHtmlHeaderText .= "\n";

$customHtmlHeaderText .= '<link rel="icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon" />';

 

The screenshot demonstrates the result of the fired event.

 



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