I want to display my app’s icon and a title at the top of my pages.
which will give you your app’s icon and name, as shown in Figure 6-19.
Figure 6-19. Empty fb:header tag
You can also put text in the tag:
<fb:header>This is a Page in my App</fb:header>
which will keep the icon but substitute your text for your app’s name, as shown in Figure 6-20.
Figure 6-20. fb:header with text
You can pass in a false value for
icon to switch off the icon display:
<fb:header icon="false">This is a Page in my App</fb:header>
You can also pass in a
decoration string set to either
no_padding (but not both), which gives you
control over whether you want a one-pixel gray border (
#cccccc) along the bottom edge of your
header or the default 20 pixels of padding. For example, the
<fb:header decoration="add_border">This is a Page in my App</fb:header>
will give you Figure 6-21.
Figure 6-21. fb:header with border
Alternatively, this code:
<fb:header decoration="no_padding">This is a Page in my App</fb:header>
will give you Figure 6-22.
Figure 6-22. fb:header with no padding
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