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I am currently trying to figure out a way to customize site navigation title, without changing the title to the project entirely. As seen on the homepage " C A M P" is spelled out and each letter is a link to a portfolio project. Each letter in "CAMP" is the title to the project. However, I'd like the navigation title to not be "C" or "A" when clicking on the project. I would like them to be the actual name of the project in the navigation bar. For example, when you click on the "C" it navigates to our "Knuckle Sandwich" project", but in the navigation bar for the site page it says "C - Camp Clout Creative". We'd like it to say "Knuckle Sandwich". Is there a work around for this or a custom cc? Basically I want to keep the look if it, but have the title not be the letter. Hope this is making sense!

Thanks so much.

 

https://www.campcloutcreative.com/

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17 minutes ago, campclout said:

Hello!

I am currently trying to figure out a way to customize site navigation title, without changing the title to the project entirely. As seen on the homepage " C A M P" is spelled out and each letter is a link to a portfolio project. Each letter in "CAMP" is the title to the project. However, I'd like the navigation title to not be "C" or "A" when clicking on the project. I would like them to be the actual name of the project in the navigation bar. For example, when you click on the "C" it navigates to our "Knuckle Sandwich" project", but in the navigation bar for the site page it says "C - Camp Clout Creative". We'd like it to say "Knuckle Sandwich". Is there a work around for this or a custom cc? Basically I want to keep the look if it, but have the title not be the letter. Hope this is making sense!

Thanks so much.

 

https://www.campcloutcreative.com/

Hi, this can be easily done by going into your portfolio, then click on the settings (3 dots on the right) of the project, then edit the 'Title' (highlighted in the attached photo). 

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Whatever you type here will still be followed by '- Camp Clout Creative,' this is the default for all pages in your website. If you'd like to change it, head over to Settings > Marketing > SEO Appearance, click on the 'Pages' tab. Under 'SEO Title Format,' delete – %s. Just note that this will apply to all pages in your website.

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