|432|| ||>**Note**: |In addition to providing a default title for your project pages, symfony creates a default `robots.txt` and `favicon.ico` in the web root directory (`askeet/web/`). Don't forget to change them also!
|433|| || |
|434|| ||>**Note**: |You might need to change the title for each page of your site. You can do that by defining a custom `view.yml` configuration for each module, but that would only let you give static titles. Alternatively, you can use a dynamic value from an action with the `->setTitle()` method, as described in the [view configuration chapter](http://www.symfony-project.com/book/1_0/07-Inside-the-View-Layer):
| ||432||>**Note**: ! |
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| ||434||>**Note**: ](http://www.symfony-project.com/book/1_0/07-Inside-the-View-Layer): |
|439|| ||Look at what we have done |
|441|| || |
|442|| ||I|t is a general tradition to stop and look at what you've done when you reach the seventh day. That's a good opportunity to document a few things, including the current data model and the available actions.
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|444|| |As a matter of fact, you should document your code while you write it, for instance using [PHP doc](http://www.phpdoc.org/)-style comments for each method. The thing with a symfony project is that the names used in the methods or functions often serve as an explanation of their purpose and use. The methods are kept short, and so are very readable. Most of the time, the templates only use `foreach` and `if` statements that are pretty self-explanatory. That's why the code you will find in the [askeet SVN repository](http://svn.askeet.com/) doesn't contain much documentation - plus the fact that we've already written seven hours worth of explanations about the work we've done!
|445|| || |
|446|| |Now let's have a look at the updated entity relationship diagram:
| ||439||Regarder ce que nous avons fait |
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|501|| |The application progressed a lot today, and it was quite fast to do. Everything is now prepared to inject some AJAX in the human-computer interaction. Tomorrow, users will be able to login and to declare their interest for a question using AJAX. Don't miss it!
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|503|| |You can still download today's full code from the [askeet SVN repository](http://svn.askeet.com/tags/release_day_7/), tagged `release_day_7`. The [askeet mailing-list](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) will answer any of your questions faster than lightspeed.
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