Web Development Thread, Who wants $50 - web challenge! in Coding and Web Development; Found this on another forum I regulate. Anyone up for it?
This is a challenge for any HTML/Internet experts.
Ive sold the rights to the will.i.am subdomain to someone else, so they could redirect will.i.am anywhere they want. But unfortunately, it looks like the people who own the base i.am domain are no longer supporting their subdomains, meaning subdomains can no longer -change- the redirection.
Therefore will.i.am is frozen permanently redirected to my wildflower website.
I thought I had solved the problem! I redirected it to CNN.com. So, now if you go to http://will.i.am, it redirects to CNN.com.
HOWEVER, and this is the challenge and question. Even though will.i.am redirects to CNN.COM, I still see "Wildflowers of Glacier national park" in the title of the browser tab, as well as the title bar of the broswer itself.
This must be from the i.am site itself. I can't change that from the will.i.am account anymore.
So, does anyone know of any HTML code I could include within a web page, to override the title, even if the web page is within a frame of another web page? I.e. You cant just use the <title></title> tags, this doesnt reach outside of that frame to the top level.
I dont know if it is possible, but maybe there is an HTML expert lurking on this board.
If you can solve this problem, and this allows me to not have to refund the money for the sub domain, I will give $50 to whoever found the solution.
If you find a solution, put the HTML file on the web someplace and give me the url, so I can redirect will.i.am to it, and see if it works (i.e. doenst display "Wildflowers of Glacier National Park" in the title
Oh, I need this ASAPl I dont know how long I can stall this guy from wanting a refund.