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Titleist

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A powerful title helper for Rails apps that uses/abuses i18n and allows for maximum override potential.

Usage

Run the generator to get an example locale file and titles appearing in your <title> tag.

rails generate titleist

Edit your config/locales/titleist.en.yml file to add your own titles and format:

en:
  titles:
    application: My Application
    format: '%{page} | %{app}'
    posts:
      index: View All Posts
      show: View Post

You can also use our fancy title helpers to generate your own titles.

For the full monty:

<title><%= title %></title>

Page titles only:

<h1><%= page_title %></h1>

Or the app title only:

<p>Copyright &copy; 2015 <%= app_title %></p>

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'titleist'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install titleist

Contributing

Please include tests and submit changes in a pull request. Read our Code of Conduct to find more information on expected behavior and how to resolve issues. All changes to the codebase are verified using the Travis CI build, and a failing build cannot be merged to 'master'. In addition, Travis is responsible for building and pushing new gem versions to RubyGems when a new tag is pushed to Github. This library follows Semantic Versioning to communicate the level of change to end users.

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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