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Subject: Changing search title for our seb page
Category: Sports and Recreation
Asked by: aikiman-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 26 Feb 2004 06:28 PST
Expires: 27 Mar 2004 06:28 PST
Question ID: 310979
I want to change the search title of our current site to a
more specific name. eg "Aikido Buikukai Auckland NZ". Currently it is
only "Aikido Buikukai" This is so when people seach aikido in NZ it's
likely to come up. I wish to change this title??
Subject: Re: Changing search title for our seb page
Answered By: mosquitohawk-ga on 26 Feb 2004 08:35 PST
Greetings aikiman,

In order to change the title for any particular page on your website,
you need to change the <title> tag in your HTML programming.  That is,
the programming that controls the look of your website.

I believe this is your website? ->

What you need to do, at the beginning of each page of your code for
your webpages, you will see the following:

<TITLE>Buikukai Aikido</TITLE>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"></HEAD>

Where you see the opening <TITLE> tag, immediately after that you see
the words "Buikukai Aikido" followed by the closing tag </TITLE>. By
changing the words between the two tags, those words will appear in
the top of the browser as well as search engines will pick that up as
the title of your website. So, for your convenience, you could copy
the below directly into that area:

<TITLE>Aikido Buikukai Auckland NZ</TITLE>

I hope this helps, if you require clarification, please let me know!


Request for Answer Clarification by aikiman-ga on 28 Feb 2004 21:33 PST
One thing with your answer. How do I go to the beginning of each page
as to change the heading. Does it matter the web design is in Flash?

How do I go to the beginning of each page?
regards karl

Clarification of Answer by mosquitohawk-ga on 01 Mar 2004 05:34 PST
Greetings again aikiman,

Is the entire design done in flash, or do you just have a part of the
site in flash.

What program or otherwise did you originally use to design your site?
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