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Internal Page Title

Description

The plugin adds an additional field below the page title on the page edit screen. The value from that field acts as an internal page title that is only visible to back-end users. Thanks to this you can have a user-friendly page title for your website visitors while keeping a separate page title that is obvious to your editors and administrators.

For example, you could have a form submission thank you page with a public title that reads “We look forward to speaking with you”, but keep an internal one that says “Contact us – thank you page” without affecting what front-end users see.

Screenshots

  • The internal page title field below the main page title.
  • The view from the list page after the internal page has been applied.

Installation

Minimum requirements

  • WordPress 4.4
  • PHP version 5.4

There are two ways to install Internal Page Title

via WordPress plugin upload – automated

Navigate to Plugins > Upload New Plugin and upload the zip file you have downloaded. Voilla!

via FTP client – manual

  1. Unzip the zip file you have downloaded
  2. Upload unzipped folder internal-page-title to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

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Contributors and Developers

“Internal Page Title” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Change Log

1.0 – 08/10/2018

  • First release