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  Asked By: Stewart    Date: Aug 21    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 994

I've created a document library of web part pages. My problem is that
each page is titled "Web Part Page." I see that each page gets the
title from the template, but is there anyway to change the title once
the page has been created? I've got 20 different pages, and would like
to give each page a unique title. Is this possible? I don't want to do
it in FrontPage because of unGhosting. I cannot find how to edit the
title column in a doc library, so I'm assuming you cannot do it.



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Horace Coffey     Answered On: Aug 21

Are you referring to the HTML title, which appears between the
<title></title> tags? Or are you referring to the title  that is
displayed in the bar just below the SharePoint menu?

If you are referring to the latter, from the Web Part Page, select
Modify Shared Page >> Modify Shared Web Parts >> Web Part Page Title

Answer #2    Answered By: Rigoberto Beard     Answered On: Aug 21

I am referring to the HTML tags.

I know I can change  the title  in the template  .aspx pages, but then I
would have to go back and recreate each page. I would also not be able
to assign each web  part page  a unique  title (unless I edited the
template each time I created  a document, which I'm not going to do).

Answer #3    Answered By: Alphonso Mckay     Answered On: Aug 21
Answer #4    Answered By: Daron Oneill     Answered On: Aug 21

Those are the same instructions I followed. Here's the problem  with

Say you have created  a custom site definition, SPSCLIENTS. Inside of
this, you create a custom client template  spstd9.aspx. Everytime you
create a new client (using spstd9.aspx), the <TITLE> tags remain
constant. So now every page  is titled the same.

I know I can edit  the title web  part, but the HTML title  tags cannot
be changed. I have 200 clients, and cannot create 200 spstd*.aspx

The article you are referring to does not address this issue, or I am
missing it?

Answer #5    Answered By: M Juarez     Answered On: Aug 21

Use the same token inside the <TITLE> tag that is used in the title  bar web  part.

(Sorry that I didn't put this in the original message. The brain was moving faster than the fingers.)

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