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Change "Site" to "Website" in article title

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  1. AliceWyman 4913 posts
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    Copied from https://support.mozilla.org/forums/knowledge-base-articles/708310 Article titles and slugs workshop

    AliceWyman said

    2. How do I tell if my connection to a website is secure?

    I think the current title is OK (we could add more information to the summary, to help with searches) but to better describe the article, I would maybe rename it "How to use the Site Identity security feature in Firefox" or "How do I use the Site Identity website icon in the Firefox Location bar?"

    I just noticed that, when you click the "Identity" button and click "More Information", it takes you to the Firefox Page Info window's Security panel, where the first box is titled Website Identity. (related to Bug 385452 - Use "website" instead of "web site" or "site" in UI, dup'ed to bug 685302). The article should probably be renamed "Website Identity button" (not sure if "button" needs to be capitalized). If you want to frame the article title as a question, maybe "How to use the Website Identity security feature in Firefox" or "How do I get identity information about websites I visit?"

    Verdi said

    I'm not sure people are looking for a website's identity but they may be looking for whether it's secure or not. What about something like:
    Copied from https://support.mozilla.org/forums/knowledge-base-articles/708310 Article titles and slugs workshop ''AliceWyman said'' <blockquote> 2. [[Site Identity Button]] <br><br> <del>I think the current title is OK (we could add more information to the summary, to help with searches) but to better describe the article, I would maybe rename it "How to use the Site Identity security feature in Firefox" or "How do I use the Site Identity website icon in the Firefox Location bar?"</del> <br><br> I just noticed that, when you click the "Identity" button and click "More Information", it takes you to the [[Page Info window]]'s Security panel, where the first box is titled '''Website Identity'''. (related to [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=385452 Bug 385452 - Use "website" instead of "web site" or "site" in UI], dup'ed to [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=685302 bug 685302]). The article should probably be renamed "Website Identity button" (not sure if "button" needs to be capitalized). If you want to frame the article title as a question, maybe "How to use the Website Identity security feature in Firefox" or "How do I get identity information about websites I visit?" </blockquote> ''Verdi said'' <blockquote> I'm not sure people are looking for a website's identity but they may be looking for whether it's secure or not. What about something like: *How do I know if a website is secure? ([https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/826474 from our forum]) </blockquote>
  2. AliceWyman 4913 posts
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    (For the record) The article title was changed from [[Site Identity Button]] to [[How do I tell if my connection to a website is secure?]]