EERE Web Coordinators. Hosted by the C&O Web/Digital Team. January 17, 2013 Call in #: +1 (914) 339-0029 Access Code: 804-077-984. Monthly Meeting. Agenda. Around the Room – Drew Bittner Changing Program/Office Names – Drew Bittner & Alex Clayborne
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Hosted by the C&O Web/Digital Team
January 17, 2013
Call in #: +1 (914) 339-0029
Access Code: 804-077-984
Title tags are added by coders. They are used as the name of a page. You can see them at the top of your browser window:
EERE requires title tags to be formatted a certain way. There are different ways to write title tags based on whether the page is a top-level website or a subsite, too.
A page’s title tag is used when people bookmark the page. It’s also used by search engines and helps boost SEO.
You can learn more about title tags here:
Title tags are one of the many things that coders working on EERE websites should be aware of. If you’re working with developers who aren’t familiar with EERE’s Communication Standards, be sure to point them toward the Coding part of the website: