Shows title in top of the page, since you cant read the title in the small tabs. Created by Martin Dalgaard
This plugin will show the full page title in the bottom of the page, so you can see the full title. Nice small tool for SEO guys and everyone using Chrome.
You can move the bar to each corner so it's never obstructing your website. You can also hide it on pages where you don't want it.
You can also hold the mouse over the area to see the title length.
The source code is on github, feel free to fork it: https://github.com/martindj
Changed in 2.3
- This seems to get auto updating in again without the performance hit. Credit goes to github.com/ash14
Changed in 2.2
- Bug: High CPU usage on certain pages.
Changed in 2.1
- Feature: Indicate titles over 65 characters by highlighting the 65+ characters in red
- Bug: Make sure the new font doesn't interfere with the rest of the page
Changes in 2.0
- Feature: Using FontAwesome for icons, and css for backgrounds and borders. Looks much better, especially on Retina :)
- Feature: Remember view-state per domain. Don't want to see the bar on Facebook? No problem, just click the hide-icon
- Code cleanup
Changes in 1.6.2
- Bugfix: Fixed interference with the page CSS
Changes in 1.6.1
- Feature: The widget can be positioned in either corner of the browser!
- Other: Code rewrite. Preparing for future updates.
Changes in 1.5
- Bugfix: Fixed bug where a long title would make the background look wrong
- Bugfix: Fixed bug where a too long title (75+ chars) would have some text appear before the title
- Security: Fixed bug where html inside the title-tag would be injected into the title tab
Changes in 1.4
- Visual: Removed title length from visual area, you can now see it in mouseover (for SEO guys)
- Visual: Introducing a new style, matching the rest of chrome. Looks kinda sleek!
Changes in 1.3
- Visual: Title length and difference between length and 75 chars (max recomended length)