Microsoft FrontPage is a useful HTML editing software to help you create a Web page with ease. Having a title for your Web page is important so that search engines can recognize and list your Web page. In this tutorial you will be learn how to add a title to a Web page with Microsoft FrontPage.
- Pull up Microsoft FrontPage on your computer. Open the Web page where you want to add a title to. You will notice that if it does not have a title yet, it will say New Page 1 on the upper left-hand side when you are previewing it on a browser.
- Go back to Normal view and access the Page Properties dialog box. There are two ways for you to make the Page Properties dialog box appear on the screen. First is by going on File from the menu bar and clicking on Page Properties, or by right-clicking anywhere on the Web page you have created, and choosing Page Properties from the dropdown context menu.
- Input the title you want for your Web page. Once the Page Properties dialog box appears, you will see six tabs, so just choose General tab. Go to the Title field and type in the title you will use for your Web page. This title will appear on the title bar, upper left-hand portion of the Web page whenever people view your Web site. Hit OK once you are done typing in the title of your Web page.
- Save the changes you have made to your Web page and double check the changes. Go to File from the menu bar and hit save to ensure that the title of your Web page appears. Switch to browser view, again click File from the menu bar and choose Preview in Browser. You should now be able to see the title of your Web page on the upper left-hand side of the browser.
See how easy it was to add a title to your Web page? Now that you know how to do it, you can already add titles to all your Web pages with the use of FrontPage.