Add page titles to the website
I believe it would be helpful for usability (and probably SEO) if the pages for the prepub parts had HTML title elements set indicating which LN/Manga they were for.
I'll often come home from work, go to the home page, go through the COMING SOON! list, and open all the new parts for series I'm following in tabs. Then I work my way through them. Whatever I don't have time to read that day, I'll add to a "TODO" bookmarks folder to go back to later.
However, all the page titles are set to just "J-Novel Club", which means I can't tell any tabs or bookmarks apart.
Specifically, I'm referring to pages like these:
If the title could be set to something like "The Economics of Prophecy: Volume 2 Part 9 | J-Novel Club", I think it would really help.
It's generally recommended that the site name (J-Novel Club) goes at the end of the title, because the end is truncated first when they don't fit (otherwise you still end up with 10 tabs that all say "J-Novel Club..." because the actual unique identifying bit doesn't fit).
Thanks for reading. Hope you'll consider it if you have time.
Search Engine Optimization doesn't apply to places the search engines can't go, like members-only forums and pre-pub links.
@someoldguy SEO aside, it still helps being able to tell which tab has what open though. Right now it's truly a mess...
places the search engines can't go, like members-only forums and pre-pub links.