Created attachment 8439393 [details] resources-tab.png The tab in my browser still reads Explore even though I am in the Resources section.
Hello Aki, I would like to work on this bug. Could you please guide me through the procedure?
(In reply to Tanay Pant from comment #1) > Hello Aki, I would like to work on this bug. Could you please guide me > through the procedure? Sorry did not realise that this was on OS X.
(In reply to Tanay Pant from comment #2) > (In reply to Tanay Pant from comment #1) > > Hello Aki, I would like to work on this bug. Could you please guide me > > through the procedure? > > Sorry did not realise that this was on OS X. If the bug is not platform specific I would definitely like to take this on! Sorry for the confusion.
Hi Aki, I am computing student and would like to work on this bug as part of my assignment. could you please assign this to me?
So it looks like the problem is in https://github.com/mozilla/webmaker.org/blob/master/views/index-angular.html#L9 - literally, the <title> tag is hard-coded. I feel like we have some code somewhere that contains the name of the current page that we can use, but I'm not sure where. :k88hudson?
Kate, please see comment 5; thanks.
So, this *technically* got fixed in Bug #1019314, but it definitely could be heartier. For example, on the competency pages for each web literacy (for example, https://webmaker.org/resources/literacy/weblit-WebMechanics ) could have a far more robust title. In this example, maybe "Web Mechanics—Web Literacies—Webmaker" or something to that effect? (this is kind of a one-woman brainstorm here, so, feel free to bring up better/alternative ideas)
Hi Aki, Would you like to morph this bug into "fixing the page titles for the subheadings under the Resources/Web Literacies/ tab on the Webmaker page?" (ie https://webmaker.org/resources/literacy/weblit-WebMechanics) I'd like to take this on. I would start by going over the code for Webmaker (and possibly more investigation of fixed bug #1019314), set up my dev environment and...my thoughts on what the titles could be: In keeping consistent with the other titles related to Webmaker tabs, I would keep them shorter. ie Navigation = Web Navigation; Search = Web Search; Web Mechanics = Web Mechanics, etc... Thanks!
Dammit wrong bug.
a_houle: I think you have a great idea there. Let's do it.
The webmaker.org site is no longer developed. https://learning.mozilla.org/blog/whats-next-for-webmaker-tools