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kristinehaas 2 years ago updated by Arthur Lawson (Answers in Genesis - Web Support Analyst) 2 years ago 3

Is there a way to change the title to include AM or PM in the main title rather than just in the URL?

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Hello Kristine,


First of all, you put "pm" in the wrong place in the URL. I moved it to the end of one of them, because it was in the organization part of your URL that remains the same for all your events. The Public Page URL is different for each event, which is why the system forced you to have a "1" on one of the "time-lab" parts.


Old:

https://watersprings-pm.myanswers.com/time-lab

https://watersprings-pm.myanswers.com/time-lab1

New:

https://watersprings.myanswers.com/am-time-lab

https://watersprings.myanswers.com/pm-time-lab


If you want to edit the last part of the address to be something different, you can do so here:

https://myanswers.com/vbs/manage/3240/public-page-url/

https://myanswers.com/vbs/manage/3536/public-page-url/


Secondly, yes, you can change the main title to include AM or PM. To do that, go to Promote -> Edit Public Page, and edit the Page Title text under the Public Page Information header. I added (AM Session) and (PM Session) to the events, but you can edit those to something else if you want. Make sure you click Save Draft on the left if you make any changes.

https://myanswers.com/vbs/manage/3240/public-page/

https://myanswers.com/vbs/manage/3536/public-page/


Please let me know if you have any further questions.


Blessings,

Arthur

Thank you!  What about this header? I cannot differentiate between AM or PM on this


Unfortunately we don't have a way to easily distinguish between events of the same theme on that page. However, if you hover over the Manage button, the URL there has the event ID in it. 3240 is the AM one, and 3536 is the PM one.