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I have created my website in Google Sites. Now I want to update Meta tags to optimize it.

I've figured out how to enter description for the page but I can't figure out how to edit the page title. How do I do that?

  • How did you set the meta description? Google Sites appears to set the page title based on what you name the page, but I don't see how you set a description. – Stephen Ostermiller Nov 25 '17 at 21:17
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According to the G Suite Learning Center documentation, there are three aspects involved to naming your site:

  1. Site document name—Enter a unique name to keep track of your site. The site document name is only visible to you.
  2. Site name—The site name appears in the header and in the web or mobile window title bar after you publish the site. You need to have 2 or more pages in your website for your site name to appear.
  3. Page title—Each page in your site has a title, which appears at the top of the page. The page title also appears in the navigation menu.

Therefore, if you change the Site Name, the <title> tag should update accordingly.

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