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    (@aanc)


    Hello! I need your help urgently.
    If you don’t understand, tell me. I’ll explain you the best I can.
    Here’s the thing, I use the OneTheme theme (is awesome, but it’s not in the WordPress theme list). Anyways, I want my web title changes like this (the web title is the <title> tag in the header.php for me):
    HOME (LATEST POSTS): (Blog Title) – (Blog Description).
    POSTS, PAGES, CATEGORIES, ARCHIVES…: (Post, Page, Categorie, Archive… Name) | (Blog Title)
    SEARCH RESULTS: ‘Resultados:’ (search) | (Blog Title)
    So that’s basically what I want. If you can give me the codes to put in the header.php so the titles appears as I want I’ll be very thankful.
    Something else, the favicon doesn’t changes when I upload the icon where I’m supposed to upload it. The header.php code is <link rel="shortcut icon" href="<?php bloginfo('stylesheet_directory'); ?>/favicon.ico" /> and when I go to the theme folder and upload the new favicon, doesn’t changes in the site.
    Repeat, if you don’t understand me, please answer. But please, I seriously need this.
    Thanks!

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  • have a look into header.php of Twenty Eleven for a way to customize the meta title;

    you can use conditional tags http://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags

    if you get stuck, please post here again.

    your favicon (is the new one a stylized ‘W’ ?) might be stuck in your browser cache – and everybody else might be seeing the new one (?).

    Almost perfect! You saved my day!
    5 stars for you: ***** 😀
    The only thing that doesn’t looks how I want is the title for a post. Can you go here: http://webalazar.com/hello-world/ and check how the title looks like? Because I would like something like (Post Name) | (Blog Title).
    And the favicon thing was right too! I deleted the cache, and now I see the “stylized W” (is actually a random icon with a stylized W) 😉 .. By the way, I have a cache plugin (WP Super Cache) but right now I’m not sure if it works, because I used it several ways and I didn’t noticed changes where the changes supposed to be (ex: the favicon).
    Thanks a lot!!!!!

    this is how the meta title shows for the post:
    <title>Hello world! | Web Al Azar</title>

    do you want that to be different?

    Wait! Now I see the problem.
    I should use different web browsers to see the changes.
    I’m editing in Google Chrome, and I can’t see the changes there (in the homepage only appears Web Al Azar and for the post appears Web Al Azar >> Hello World! but I saw the site in Firefox and now I can see the repaired meta title).
    Thanks again!
    And what can I use to see the changes automatically in the browser? WP super cache doesn’t seems to work.

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