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Page titles

Web pages have titles that display on the tab of the web browsers.  This "announcement" of page content is helpful to all site visitors and is read as a screen reader starts reading the page.  Traditionally each page on a site has both the page title and the site name - usually in that order.



Cascade templates include page titles as part of page creation. These titles include the page title and the site name or "University of Montana."

Simple testing

There are multiple ways to test page titles.  The lack of a title is obvious when visiting a page on the web.  If the browser window or tab displays the word "Untitled" there is no title.

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