I am using WebHelp Pro to publish my help to a help server.
Everything publishes correctly, but when users display the help
from the application, the help server URL is displayed in the
window’s title bar. This URL is shown ONLY when accessing the
help from the application….it is not shown after generating
the help, or calling from the help on the server itself (by
clicking on the main helpname.htm file). Sounds like it is
happening at run-time.
Additionally, the server URL has not been added in the
Project Settings. Also, when I look at the helpname.ppf file, I see
the entry “caption=”Online Help”…..no
server name added. The developers have looked around and have
determined that the issue is on my end.
I suspect it's not so much what your developers are doing,
but what they're not doing. Usually, a browser window's title bar
reflects what is in the .html <title> tag contents. This is
the only aspect of the issue that you can control.
You might want to look at that tag in your startup file -
the helpname.htm file. I suspect it is fine, though; it should have
the text/title of the project (in the project settings that you
designated) shouldn't need adjustment.
However, your developers are creating the window
programmatically. I suspect that somewhere in their window
definition, they either failed to give the window a title, or
somehow placed a server variable in there. Perhaps it defaults to
the server name if nothing else is specified.