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    Hi Guys

    I have noticed that the page name does not display in the browser. It has the site name but not the page name. Please see: http://www.lighthousemktg.com.au/about-us/ The browser Just has “Lighthouse Marjeting | ”

    Any suggestions on how to get this to show.

    Many thanks


    personally I’d recommend to install a seo plugin like http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-seo/ – since v2.1 Yoast SEO integrates seamlessly into Enfold and gives you full control over the page title, met tags (description, opengraph, etc.) and it will also generate the xml sitemap for you. If you don’t want to install a seo plugin or if the plugin doesn’t solve the issue please create me a wordpress admin account and send me the login data to: (Email address hidden if logged out) and I’ll look into because I can’t reproduce the issue on my test servers.


    Thank you mate. It’s time to go here in Australia. SO I will try that first thing in the morning and let you know how it goes. Yes it’s odd that it doesn’t display. The home page is fine and shows the site tagline, it’s just all the subsequent pages. Thanks again.


    Hi jaseellis,

    As Dude mentioned using Yoast is your best option all around for getting full control over your page titles with WordPress.




    Hi Dude & Devin. This worked beautifully. I have installed Yoast on other sites and forgot about it. It’s a great plugin and fixed my problem. So many thanks for the theme advise. Not sure why the page titles weren’t displaying in the first place.


    Glad we could help. Let us know if you have any other questions or issues :)



    Thanks very much team. Great service.

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