Website Template Page Titles

Meta Tags: Edit Title, Description and Keywords

Tips: The page "title" tag is very important and you should include some keywords in this tag. Keep it readable for when your webpages are listed in search engine results. The title tag should make sense and should be different for each page on your website. The keyword tag is not important for SEO as this tag is no longer used by the major search engines.

Edit in Frontpage:
In Microsoft Frontpage open each web page and go to "file" "properties" to edit the title (general tab). Then click the "custom" tab to edit the "description" and "keywords".

Edit in Dreamweaver:
On the menu select "window" "HTML source". Near the top of the page you will see the meta tags. Edit the "title" "description" and "keywords". (see code below for example)

Edit in Expression Web:
In Microsoft Expression Web, open each web page. Select "File", "Properties". On the "General" tab, edit the "title", "page description" and "keywords".


Edit in Notepad or TextEdit:
Or, you can edit each .htm page in a text editor. Look for these lines near the top of each web page:


<title>Website Template</title>
<meta name="Description" content="Place your website description in this area. This is read by some search engines.">
<meta name="KeyWords" content="add, your, keywords and phrases in this area, separated, by, commas, this, is read by only a, few search, engines">


Change the information highlighted in green above, under "title", description" and "keywords", to reflect your website information or product description.

Related Topics:
Optimizing your pages for search engines
Submitting your site to the search engines

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