Bug 24603 - Use title attribute in navigation links/item
Summary: Use title attribute in navigation links/item
Status: NEW
Alias: None
Product: Lenya
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Navigation Framework (show other bugs)
Version: 1.2
Hardware: All All
: P3 enhancement
Target Milestone: 2.0.1
Assignee: Lenya Developers
URL: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.c...
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Reported: 2003-11-11 12:25 UTC by Rolf Kulemann
Modified: 2007-07-16 02:16 UTC (History)
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Description Rolf Kulemann 2003-11-11 12:25:03 UTC
In order to provide the user with small summaries of link destinations
one should use @title tag of <a> tag. The summary will be displayed as
tooltips in a browser.

See URL for a patch and more details.
Comment 1 Gregor J. Rothfuss 2003-11-16 18:04:54 UTC
integrate after 1.2
Comment 2 Gregor J. Rothfuss 2003-12-04 17:08:32 UTC
as a. kuckartz pointed out, these bugs need to stay on the radar. reopened
Comment 3 Gregor J. Rothfuss 2004-10-29 02:59:30 UTC
you seem to have a lot of patches roku..

do you still have them?
Comment 4 Gregor J. Rothfuss 2005-02-24 01:31:44 UTC
found it:


Hello List,

in order to provide the user with small summaries of link destinations
one should use @title tag of <a> tag. The summary will be displayed as
tooltips in a browser.

I introduced a new tag called <summary> to sitetree.xml and appropiate
to [sitetree2nav, menu, tabs].xsl.

At the moment one has to add the <summary> tags by hand into
sitetree.xml. I will provide you with a better solution soon, which
poulates the <summary> tag when editing/creating a doc via the CMS ui.

See attached files for more details.

Have fun :-)
Comment 5 Gregor J. Rothfuss 2005-02-24 01:35:53 UTC
this should really use the dc:description element
Comment 6 Andreas Hartmann 2005-02-24 09:32:03 UTC
> this should really use the dc:description element

+1

This is not a sitetree issue. IMO the link title is a property of the link and
not of the target. The same document can be linked from different locations with
different semantics (and thus different link titles).

Nut maybe it makes sense to use <dc:description> by default because it will
suffice in 90% of all cases.