You might be surprised to know that you can remove the link to your web page by adding a new HTML tag to the title.
This will prevent the link from being shown when the page is loaded.
If your page has a custom title or an alternative title, you’ll need to add that to the HTML tag in your page title.
To add a new title, go to the top of the page, and choose New Page.
The New Page menu opens up, where you can select New Page from the list of options.
If the menu doesn’t open, you need to go to a page on your site that shows up in the navigation bar.
The page you want to add a title to will appear as an option in the menu.
Choose the option that says Add a new page.
The new page will appear in the browser’s address bar and you can use the mouse to drag it around to rearrange the elements.
Next, choose the new page’s title and copy the text of the title, including the page title and URL bar tag.
Add the new title to the page header.
This section of your HTML tags may look something like this: <!– <!– This element has a link to its parent element. –> <!– This text is used to provide an alternative text-format for the title tag.
This alternative text can be used to change the text or font used to style the title on a page, for example.–> <!–]