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We're building out our archive navigation on our website and we want the titles of each to be
and 2. To contain the site's name.
Right now the menu's point users to tag / category archives and the title of the archive pages are either all in lower case, sometimes not, and never have the site's name.
Is there an easy solution for this?
For example, the menu link to "Espresso Machines" would have the title "Sprudge - Coffee News & Culture: Espresso Machines"
All uppercase: CSS
Alter archive titles: create an archive template and call the title after your added text. I tried googling a tutorial quickly, but you'll have to look into this some more on your own. You'll follow the basic instructions for any WordPress site, but you need to call the Genesis-specific loop.
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