Animate is writing a <TITLE> on the main HTML page...? Where is it?

Participant ,
Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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Hi Adobe folks,

 

I've got a situation where I'm building an ad campaign but the title on the page is the company name from a past campaign. I can't find where the heck in publish preferences it's telling Animate to put in a <TITLE> OLD COMPANY - 300x250 </TITLE> on that page. 

 

Can somebody please tell me where this is done so I can keep stop/change the compiler from writing this title on the HTML page?

 

 

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Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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Hi.

 

There are basically three ways to change the page title.

 

1) FLA Name: it is the default form, if no other changes to the Publish Settings have been made;

 

2) Output name: it may have been changed in the Publish Settings (File > Publish Settings... (Ctrl/Shift + F12) > PUBLISH > JavaScript/HTML > Basic > Output name);

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3) Or it could also be that the publishing template has changed (File > Publish Settings... (Ctrl/Shift + F12) > PUBLISH > JavaScript/HTML > HTML/JS). Therefore, you can adjust the document to revert to the default template or export the current template, edit the title tag and then import again.

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You could also edit the HTML output but it's not recommended because you would have to do this everytime you would publish the content.

 

I hope it helps.

 

Regards,

JC

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