[thelist] JavaScript - possible to dynamically change the TITLE tag?

Jacob Reiff jacob at jaacob.com
Thu Mar 2 20:59:41 CST 2006

On Mar 2, 2006, at 6:54 PM, Tom Dell'Aringa wrote:

> Hi there,
> Since my blog runs in wordpress, the only way I have to manipulate  
> the TITLE for the whole site is
> in one file, and its the same on every page. This kind of blows for  
> the search engines, it's best
> to have unique titles.
>> From what I can tell on the net, document.title = "foo" should  
>> change the title - but I cannot get
> it to work. I've tried various versions, but currently have this:
> function adjustTitle()
> {
>   document.title = "Cross and Throne - Bible Study and Exposition -  
> Audio Messages";
> }
> window.onload = adjustTitle;
> If I pop an alert, yeah the function loads. If I alert the .title,  
> it gives me the correct string.
> But it will not let me change it. Can this be done?

Tom -

Check out the WordPress Codex on how to use Conditional Tags to make  
the title change depending on what page is being displayed.


Don't need to utilize Javascript at all - just PHP.


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