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This Search Engine - This Site (+0/0). - 30/01/2019 Yioop Software Help

Sorry for another newbie question but where do you change the title of the site? It says "This Search Engine" and "This Site Bot". I have looked through the docs and I must be blind because I don't see anything about this
Sorry for another newbie question but where do you change the title of the site? It says "This Search Engine" and "This Site Bot". I have looked through the docs and I must be blind because I don't see anything about this
 

-- This Search Engine - This Site (+0/0). - 01/02/2019 Yioop Software Help

Hi,
Those are in views/layouts/WebLayout.php. If you just want to change the text of some string, go to Manage Locales and click on the language in question. For example, the English link. In the filter search bar, you can put a portion of the string you are trying to find and click go. Then you should be presented with all the places that string occurs in the Yioop system and can provide a different string. The left hand column contains the placeholder that you are providing a translation for on the right hand side. So for example,
 web_layout_title in English translates to "This Search Engine - This Site"
Web layout title give s you a clue that the file with the string "This Search Engine - This Site" is in the layouts folder in a file named WebLayout. You can click on different languages if you want to localize things to other languages. You can edit locales so as to disable them, if you don't want to use them. If you want to be more severe, you can delete a locale to totally get rid of it.
In the yioop system there are also Public Wiki pages which are visible to anyone. From the root account, go to Manage Group and click on the wiki link next to the Public group. From the drop down you can select the Page List item to see a list of pages. One of which is the bot page. You can use the wiki system to edit it. Alternatively, you can edit this page directly by clicking on the Configure activity and editing the robot description. To change the text of these for different languages. In settings, while logged-in, change which language you are using then edit the page.
Best,
Chris

Last Edited: 01/02/2019
Hi, Those are in views/layouts/WebLayout.php. If you just want to change the text of some string, go to Manage Locales and click on the language in question. For example, the English link. In the filter search bar, you can put a portion of the string you are trying to find and click go. Then you should be presented with all the places that string occurs in the Yioop system and can provide a different string. The left hand column contains the placeholder that you are providing a translation for on the right hand side. So for example, web_layout_title in English translates to "This Search Engine - This Site" Web layout title give s you a clue that the file with the string "This Search Engine - This Site" is in the layouts folder in a file named WebLayout. You can click on different languages if you want to localize things to other languages. You can edit locales so as to disable them, if you don't want to use them. If you want to be more severe, you can delete a locale to totally get rid of it. In the yioop system there are also Public Wiki pages which are visible to anyone. From the root account, go to Manage Group and click on the wiki link next to the Public group. From the drop down you can select the Page List item to see a list of pages. One of which is the bot page. You can use the wiki system to edit it. Alternatively, you can edit this page directly by clicking on the Configure activity and editing the robot description. To change the text of these for different languages. In settings, while logged-in, change which language you are using then edit the page. Best, Chris
 

-- This Search Engine - This Site (+0/0). - 01/02/2019 Yioop Software Help

Thanks again for your help!
Thanks again for your help!
 
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