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Content Pages Inheriting Master Page Title

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Whenever I created a content page based on a master page, it has its title set to "Untitled Page", it does not inherit the title set in the master page.
Is this a normal behavior, or there is a way to let content pages inherit the master's page title?

Thanks.
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Question by:JessyEzzy
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gregg1ep00 earned 20 total points
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If you remove the Title attribute from the <%@Page %> tag in your content page, then it will inherit the title of the master page.
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by:meomar
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I do not think you would need to it to inhrit from the master page if you are to implement multiple pages. Then, they will all have the same name.
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One thing that I typically do for a site is have the Master page title be something site-wide, like the company name.  And then for each content page, you can do something like this in the PreRender handler:

if ( !IsPostBack )
  Title = Title + " | HOME";

That way, you have the site-wide company name, plus the name of the content page you're currently on.
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