- trambustoAsked on May 28, 2016 at 11:54 AM
I cloned a form to use and adapted it and pasted my link to my website. However, when the new page opens, the title of the form shows as the original website (Oklahoma Standard Poodles). I cannot figure out how to change this. I understand this is related to meta data and header tags.
I'm not an expert web developer and I do not know HTML. After a thorough search of the forum I found something about changing meta data and downloading source code but this was very confusing and did not show me how to fix the problem in JotForm. I did find the source code and how it is written and why it is a problem. I just cannot figure out how to change it.
I just want to eliminate the old creator's name from the browser tab so that users aren't confused. There must be a way to fix this, right?
I attempted to create a form from scratch but it's just too complicated to get the same design.Page URL:
- JotForm SupportKevin_GAnswered on May 28, 2016 at 01:46 PM
The name that is shown in the web browser's tab can be changed from the original by following the steps below.
First, click on the preferences icon, you will find it on the top toolbar:
Once you're there you will need to click on the Advanced tab and click on the button Show More:
Now, you will need to scroll a bit in order to find the option to change the form title:
This will change the title shown when the form is loaded.
If you are getting still the old UI then only follow the steps as on the image below:
Hope this helps.
- trambustoAnswered on May 28, 2016 at 01:52 PM
Yaaas! Thank you! Never would have found that in a million years.