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Change Page Title

The text on top of the large banner image (highlighted in red) is the page title.
Screenshot of page with Page Title highlighted in red
 
Click on the text in the banner area to edit it.
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Cropped screenshot of Page Title text selected
 
Type the new text in the box.  Make sure the text has the Page Title H1 styling.  The H1 is very important in order to meet accessilibity compliance.  It is also important to be somewhat descriptive with the title for accessibility compliance because page titles should be unique within the site (i.e. - use "Library FAQ" instead of "FAQ").
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Cropped screenshot of Styles drop down with Page Title H1 selected
 
Once you have set the title, make sure you click the green Save button to commit the changes to the page.
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Cropped screenshot of green Save button
 
After saving the page you may notice the name of the page in the left sidebar (the site structure) does not change with the page title.
Cropped screenshot of page name in left sidebar
 
It is OK for the name in the site structure to be slightly different and/or shorter than what is on the page.  However, if you wish to change the name in the navigation (automatic links on parent page) also, you will need to do that on the Form tab.
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Cropped screenshot of Form tab selected
 
Highlight the text in the Page name textbox and type new text.
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Cropped screenshot of Page name textbox under the Form tab
 
Once you have entered the new text, click the green Save button to commit your changes to the page.
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Cropped screenshot of green Save button under the Form tab
 
Click the Check in button when you have finished editing the title.
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Cropped screenshot of Check in button on editing screen
 
When you are completely finished, be sure to submit the page for publishing to the live website.
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