You have probably noticed that when a web page is opened in a browser, the title bar of the browser displays the name of the page. This is a more convenient way of identifying a web page compared to using the HTML file name. It also provides the default about the page details when somebody flags or marks the page as a Favourite or Bookmark site.
|To add a title to your page, you simply click the Title button on the Toolbar which look like the example on the right. This will open a dialog box like the picture below in which you can enter a title for the page. The title is then stored as a hidden HTML tag called <HEAD>.|
Clicking the Advanced button opens up a second dialog box like
the example below. This allows you to enter additional information
about the page. This is not normally nbecessary.