How to change the title?

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  • Diziana
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    Hi Anneliese,

    I think you can the change the name from the help center settings. 

     

     

     

    I think that might work.

    Let me know if you face any problem.

     

    Cheers,

    Diziana

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  • Anneliese
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    Brilliant! Thank you Diziana. That fixed it.

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  • Jessie Schutz
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    Thanks, Diziana! Another brilliant answer. :)

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  • Karsten M. Jensen
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    We want to have different title and breadcrumbs, but they seem to be connected. How can we fix that or is there a workaround?

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  • Trapta
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    Hi @Karsten, yes they are connected but you can change by using the code provided below. Simply copy and paste the code at the bottom of your JS code -

    $(document).ready(function(){
    $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().children().text('TEXT');
    });

    Replace 'TEXT' with the title you want to show in breadcrumbs.

    Let me know if you face any issue.

    Thanks

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  • Karsten M. Jensen
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    Hi @Trapta! It almost did the trick. Only issue is that it removes the hyperlink. Do you have a solution for that? 

    I've added the following code:

    // replace first breadcrumb in each language
    $(document).ready(function(){
    var currentLanguage = $('html').attr('lang').toLowerCase();
    if(currentLanguage === "en-us") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Support'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "cs") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Podpora'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "da") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Support'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "de") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Hilfe'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "es") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Asistencia'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "fr") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Aide'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "it") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Assistenza'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "nl") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Ondersteuning'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "no") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Support'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "pl") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Pomoc'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "pt") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Suporte'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "pt-br") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Suporte'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "fi") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Tuki'); }
    if(currentLanguage === "sv") { $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('Support'); }
    });
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  • Trapta
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    @Karsten,

      I have updated the code please give it a shot and let me know how it goes for you.

    Thanks

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  • Karsten M. Jensen
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    @Trapta,

    It seems that your previous comment has disappeared.

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  • Trapta
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    @Karsten, it is pending approval :(

    Update the code from 

    $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().text('TEXT');

    to

    $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().children().text('TEXT');

    It will work for you.

    Thanks

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  • Karsten M. Jensen
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    @Trapta,

    Perfect! Worked :) Thank you very much.

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  • Trapta
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    @Karsten, Glad it worked for you :)

    A piece of advice for you, if you have dynamic content you can use dynamic content instead of repeating text in your code.

    Only change you have to make is, add the code in footer template under the <script></script> tag and add DC in the code. Something like this -

    <script>
    $('ol.breadcrumbs > li').first().children().text(DC);
    </script>

    Replace DC with your dynamic content placeholder.

    Now, you do not have to repeat text instead, add variants to your DC.

    Thanks

    Team Diziana

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  • Karsten M. Jensen
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    @Trapta,

    Very nice to know. I was actually under the impression that dynamic content didn't work in the javascript file.

    I will try that out. Thanks :)

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