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How can I remove 'tagged' from my Dawn theme website title?

kano213
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I'm using the Dawn theme. Whenever I click a link in my navigation to any of my products, it shows "tagged "EXAMPLE" in the website title. Basically I want to remove the tagged collection from the website title. Where do I go about removing this? 

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ThomasBorowski
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This is an accepted solution.

You probably set up your navigation menu so that the linked collection is filtered by a tag. When you then navigate to that collection via the navigation menu, the collection gets filtered by that tag, i. e. the URL changes from /collections/collectionname to /collections/collectionname/tagname, and the window title accordingly changes to reflect that the collection is being filtered by a tag.

 

This is Shopify default behaviour and I wouldn't recommend changing it. Instead create automatic collections based on the respective tags and then link those collections in the navigation menu without adding a filter to them.

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@kano213 

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@kano213 

Please share your store URL! 

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@kano213 

Hi, 

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Kindly Share your Store URL,

so that we can help you.

ThomasBorowski
Shopify Expert
803 71 240

This is an accepted solution.

You probably set up your navigation menu so that the linked collection is filtered by a tag. When you then navigate to that collection via the navigation menu, the collection gets filtered by that tag, i. e. the URL changes from /collections/collectionname to /collections/collectionname/tagname, and the window title accordingly changes to reflect that the collection is being filtered by a tag.

 

This is Shopify default behaviour and I wouldn't recommend changing it. Instead create automatic collections based on the respective tags and then link those collections in the navigation menu without adding a filter to them.

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kano213
Visitor
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You nailed it. This was exactly the fix I was looking for. I appreciate you taking the time to explain what I did wrong. Thank you!

nh-labs
Shopify Partner
4 0 2

Your solution does not solve the problem. Why is it accepted?  The templates are made for changing default behavior and customizing of the frontend. 

 

ThomasBorowski
Shopify Expert
803 71 240

It apparently fixed the problem for the OP, and without any changes to theme code.

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Sonam20
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By doing this website name will be change 

nh-labs
Shopify Partner
4 0 2

 In the theme.liquid template file you find a code line similar to this

  {% if current_tags %}{% assign meta_tags = current_tags | join: ', ' %} –
{{ 'general.meta.tags' | t: tags: meta_tags }}{% endif %}

the 'general.meta.tags' | t: tags filter is responsible for the "tagged" output. so just replace it like
{{meta_tags }}


if you want a nice solution, this could be a hack
products with {{meta_tags | join: '_and_' | remove: ' ' | replace: '_',' ' }} 

this populates the meta_tags array with several tag values and removes the '_'