Changing the name that appears in the tabs for my new site

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Alright. She's up.
www.operatefromjoy.com
The issue I am having now, is that when I open the home page what appears in the tab at the top of my chrome browser is "Home".
How do I get it to say "Operate From Joy - Home"?
I've been fooling around in the manage pages section and still can not figure it out.
Thank you.
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Hey there Nora


This will be under Pages> Manage Pages> Title

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Yes, I did that and it does not seem to be taking.
Oh, dang, clear your cache, Nora! Hold on
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Sweet! Thank you.
Also, meta tags.
Can I use the same ones I used on sitebuilder?
I do not understand what "Only META and LINK tags are allowed" means
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It has to be in the meta tag format. You should be able to find a meta tag generator if you look on Google.
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Thank you
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I did find a meta tag generator. I just played with one tag for now.
I was given this instruction:
Copy the following lines of code and insert them between the <HEAD> and </head> tags in your HTML document. That's it! 
<meta name="Keywords" content="pleiadians ">

If I am reading this correctly, I just need to place
<meta name="Keywords" content="pleiadians ">
in the "page meta tags" section?

The html box and the <HEAD> and </head> are already on my site?
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I know you're busy, Elyzabeth
Whenever you get a chance to look at this. Thanks.
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Ah, I'm sorry. Didn't see this comment earlier. Yes, exactly. Under pages>Manage pages>Page Meta Tags.
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One other issue I am having. I use bookeo as my booking software. The website integration widget works fine in desktop view and does not translate into mobile view. I have a work around for now, but is there any way to use their widget? 
My work around is to offer links instead that take my clients to bookeo's site to book. It just means there is another step involved for my clients while booking.
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The only way for that to work is if they were to provide code that is mobile compatible, unfortunately.
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That's what I thought.
I'll go bug them about that.
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AND
Is there anyway to order the tags in my tag cloud on my blog. I'd love to alphabetize them, but don't see a way. I've got a hella lot of tags.
http://www.operatefromjoy.com/nora-s-blog
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There is not, it is just a very basic blog solution. I can definitely mention it, but I can't guarantee it will become a feature.
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Oh that would be great.
Also a search engine for our blogs and sites would be phenomenal 

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