You may have seen that some talented web builders serve up customized
tags, so the very top of the browser shows a different title, depending on the current page/section.
Thinking that was pretty cool, I looked at the default title line:
This serves the same title of your site to every page in your site.
Nathan described the wonders of the
“section” tab, so I tried editing it this way:
which does successfully customize the title depending on the current section. And I think that if you use
of your page, TxP is smart enough not to output “default” on the home page.
However, since goes
, the code above produced this on the home page:
Michael Montgomery.net – default
Definitely not cool.
So, what about conditional tags?
has the answer:
The first line tests whether you’re currently on the home page, because name=”” refers to the default section. As a result, this is the home page’s title:
and this is the “About” page’s title:
Michael Montgomery.net || About