Without a descriptive title for each web page, users may find it difficult to find content and orient themselves quickly within a website. This has an effect on users with visual disabilities, cognitive disabilities, and anyone whose mode of operation relies on audio when navigating between web pages.
How to Fix
- Give each web page a unique title that describes the topic or purpose of the content.
- Use the HTML <title> element to provide the title of the web page.
- Consider identifying a web page's relationship to a larger collection of web pages. (For example, "Contact Us | Name of Organization")
Things to Avoid
- Do not use the same title for every page of your website.
- Do not use generic titles which do not identify the contents of the web page.