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Configure the Page Title module

April 29, 2010 by Steve

The Page Title module allows you more control over the title the browser sees, the title that shows up in the header bar of your browser window.

The configuration is hiding under Content Management > Page Titles. Here you can set the defaults for how the custom title for each page will be created. Like the Pathauto module, it lets you put tokens in place to automatically create meaningful page titles. Unlike the Pathauto module, it shows you the available tokens at the bottom of the page.

I changed the global default and front page settings to "[site-name] | [site-slogan]". I wanted the first taxonomy term to show up for all the content (and I set the weight of the Sections taxonomy at -10, making it the lightest, making it first.) So for all the node types, I set the page titles to be "[site-name] | [term] | [title]".

You can check the box next to each row if you wish to be able to edit the title while editing the entry. I had that on for a while, but never used it, and finally ended up turning it back off so it wouldn't clutter up the screen.

Don't forget to save changes when you are done editing these to your satisfaction.

Since I am the only user creating content, there are no permissions that need to be set for this module.

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