I recently did a google search of an article I wrote and this is what I see:
If I am not wrong the string behind
- should be the title of the original website, which is never "v1.0".
Actually, nowhere in my website did I indicate that "v1.0" is the title or anything significant.
<title>0a explains: Calculus (with pics and gifs)</title> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <meta name="keywords" content="0a, Calculus, Differentiation, Integration"> <meta name="author" content="Archy Wilhes"> <meta name="description" content="Calculus explained with pics and gifs. Written in possibly (hopefully) the most comprehensible way for anyone who is new to limit, differentiation and integration. ">
It just happened to be the first string of characters in the website besides my logo which is a png.
<div class="logo inline"> <img src="assets/img/0a.png"> <div class="version">v1.0</div> </div>
So is there a way to change it to something else? All I can think of is doing a bit of "hack" like putting a display-none string in front of v.10.