Trivial enhancement: remove 'Django | ' prefix from documentation page titles
|Reported by:||Steven Robertson||Owned by:||nobody|
|Severity:||Keywords:||documentation title prefix trivial enhancement|
|Has patch:||no||Needs documentation:||no|
|Needs tests:||no||Patch needs improvement:||no|
Please consider [re]moving the 'Django | ' prefix from page titles in the documentation portion of the site.
The titles of documentation pages are written like Django | Writing models | Django documentation. While this is consistent with the rest of the site, I've noticed that it's a productivity-killer with many tabs open. As the number of tabs grows, the space for tab titles gets smaller; in my experience, the only visible part of the title quickly becomes "Django | " or less.
Most other reference sites place the site name after the article title, and in my experience this makes the use of tabs more effective. As it stands, the word Django is already in the title at least twice, and the favicon adds yet another bit of Django branding to the tab, so putting the word Django in front isn't strictly necessary, IMO.
Thanks for your consideration.