I'm having trouble with the homepage title in the browser window. The page name is still defaulting to the template name rather than what I've input. I went into "page properties" and deselected the "same as page name" box, and then typed the the title name into the "page title" area. When I "preview page in browser" the browser title bar shows the proper "title", but when I publish the site it still shows the default name from the MuseThemes.com template I used. Any idea what I'm doing wrong or how I can fix the glitch? I've created a handful of websites in Muse and have not had this problem with the other sites. In my 2nd attached image you can see that the browser tab shows "MuseThemes/WireFrame..." rather than what I typed into the Page Title box. Thanks.
Go to your master page and open „Page Properties".
There you find general Pre- and Suffixes, which show in front/behind every page title.
I bet, you’ll find this „MuseThemes“ title prefix there!
Thanks...you were correct. But even after I deleted that from the prefix section the website is still showing with the incorrect page title. What else could I check, it must be something as simple as what you pointed out right?
Thanks Gunter...your recommendation did fix it. Somehow my "publishing" settings changed and Muse was exporting HTML to a folder and not actually publishing the new adjustments online, lol. But it's all set now and I thank you for your expertise!