The Main Page Title Tag is the text that appears in your browser's tab on your computer. Think of the title tag as a headline that advertises your website.
(Page Heading is the heading that appears on the page of your site.)
The Advanced SEO and Code screen offers the following options.
Hover your mouse over the question mark next to each title to see these descriptions:
Page Title: This is what will be used in the html title tag for this page. It is what appears on the browser tab for the page (also on the bookmark). It does NOT appear on the body of the page.
Page Heading: This is the heading (H1) that will appear in the body of your page, it will override FASO default settings.
Meta Description: Whatever text you use here will be used in the meta description tag for this page.
Rel Canonical: If this page's content is copied from another site, put the url to the original page here. This will prevent Google from thinking you are a content thief.
Meta Keywords: Whatever text you use here will be used in the meta keywords tag for this page. This tag is no longer used by search engines, so it is rare that you would need to put anything here.
Perhaps you paint oil paintings of Hawaiian Monk Seals. In that case, you may want to use a title such as Hawaiian Monk Seal Oil Paintings by (Your Name)
Note: Changing the Title Tag may affect your Google rankings.
If you leave the Title Tag blank, FASO will automatically use the phrase (Your Name) Fine Art.
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