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HTML HTML Links Websites: Part 1

Rouillie Wilkerson
Rouillie Wilkerson
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Both browser tabs for index.html and another_page.html say "My Page". Is this correct?

Both of my browser links are saved to the Desktop. I noticed that the tabs I've opened for index.html and another_page.html both say "My Page". Should the page names be visible in the tabs, instead?

1 Answer

The name of the tab is derived from the title element of the page. If the title element on both of the pages is "My Page", then what's happening here makes sense.

Let me know if this helps here