- Creating an HTML Page
- Creating an ASP.NET Page
- Opening Web Pages from Within a Web
- Navigating Web Pages
- Displaying Web Pages in the HTML Format
- Managing Web Pages
- Setting the Home Page
- Changing the Web Page Title
- Changing Web Page Properties
- Inserting Background Pictures and Watermarks
- Changing Background Colors
- Adding Background Sound
- Setting Page Size
- Previewing Web Pages
- Previewing and Printing Web Pages
- Exporting Web Content
- Creating a Page Template
- Using a Dynamic Page Template
- Creating a Master and Content Page
- Saving a Web Page with Different Formats
- Expression Web Formats
- Animating Page Transitions
Changing the Web Page Title
A Web page title is the text that visitors see on the title bar of their Web browser when they display the Web page. Expression Web automatically sets the Web page title to the same text as the Web page file name. However, the two perform different tasks. The Web page title displays a message, while the Web pane name identifies a file. When you save a Web page, you can change the title. If you didn’t change the title during the save process or you want to change it, you can use the Properties dialog box.
Change the Web Page Title
- Open the Web site with the Web page you want to change.
- If necessary, click the View menu, and then click Folder List to display the Folder List.
- In the Folder List, right-click the page you want to change, and then click Properties.
The Properties dialog box opens, displaying the General tab with the current title selected.
- Type a new name for the title.
- Click OK.