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Re: How important are page titles in a single pageapplication?


From: Wolfgang Berndorfer
Date: Jan 30, 2018 7:33AM

Another relevant JAWS keyboard stroke for the texting of a page title is
INSERT + F10 to open a list of my open application windows. I'm always glad,
when the first letters of the title remain on a website. So I can easealy
navigate between windows. Thus please begin the text of your titles with a
short name of your app and then specify with a concise texting of the
current context, as e.g. WebAIM does.
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von Steve Faulkner
Gesendet: Dienstag, 30. Jänner 2018 13:20
An: WebAIM Discussion List
Betreff: Re: [WebAIM] How important are page titles in a single

Screen reader users can access the title element content at any time using
a keystroke, for example:
using JAWS using INSERT + T




Current Standards Work @W3C

On 30 January 2018 at 11:57, Mark Magennis < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Hi all,
> If a single page application (SPA) presents as a number of distinct
> 'pages' of functionality, is it necessary to change the page's <title> to
> reflect the current function/content of the page? Assuming that the change
> of context is made obvious in some way. Who will even notice the <title>
> change? My reading of WCAG 2.4.2 page title is that it doesn't require
> unique <title> elements for individual 'pages' within an SPA. But is this
> okay in practice?
> Mark
> > > > >