So you updated Firefox, and now Firefox is no longer displaying the title bar at the top of a page? Here’s how to get it back.
To start, you want to to go the “View” menu on the Firefox toolbar, and select “Toolbars”:
From the Toolbars dropdown menu, select “Customize…”:
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This will open a whole new page, on which you will find all sorts of items with which you can customize your Firefox toolbars, including the option of having Firefox display the title of a page across the top of the page in Firefox. Why Firefox defaulted that to not display the page title in recent updates is beyond us, but at least it’s easy to get the page title back.
You will find a button to toggle page titles on and off in the lower left-hand corner of that toolbar custumization page.
When the title bar is disabled (i.e. not being displayed) the button will be white, as above.
When the title bar is enabled (i.e. Firefox is displaying the title at the top of the page) the button is grey:
And that’s all there is to it! See, easy, once you know how!
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