I always visit one website which I don't want others to see the title of.

I want that whenever I open that site my title of that site changes to something else or hide.

There is a addonon in Firefox which can hide the title of window, but I have to manually click on hide title.

Is there something which can do it automatically for a particular website?

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    sounds to me like something is showing up in your history that you don't want mom and pop to find ;) – Chase Florell Jun 25 '10 at 0:46
  • If you just change the title shown in your history, you mom and pop can still search the names of URLs of pages and pictures, browse through the cache, etc… – Marcel Korpel Jun 25 '10 at 1:09
  • no no its not history , suppose i have 5 tabs open and one tabs title shows some Adult title , when someone is looking at all tabs title i want to change that title not in history but when i am viewing live – Mirage Jun 25 '10 at 1:13

Use Greasemonkey.

Write a script that changes the page title.

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  • Or use Private Browsing mode; but you have to activate it manually, every time, and it doesn't keep track of your history, so visited links are not shown as such. – Marcel Korpel Jun 25 '10 at 1:07

As Graphain said, use Greasemonkey.

And, because it's easy fun, I have written the GM script for you. :)

// ==UserScript==
// @name           Title Changer for web page XXX
// @namespace      Google
// @include        YourWebsiteHere.tld/*
// ==/UserScript==

window.addEventListener ("load", Greasemonkey_main, false);
Greasemonkey_main ();

function Greasemonkey_main ()
    document.title  = 'This is NOT the Highly Incriminating website you are looking for!';


A place to find additional scripts is: http://userscripts.org/ .

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Use F11 to toggle Firefox's full screen mode - that will hide the title and URL.

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