Vue.js html/page title manager
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Vue Page Title

Vue.js html/page title manager

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Install npm version

yarn add vue-page-title # npm i vue-page-title


import Vue from 'vue'
import VuePageTitle from 'vue-page-title'

Vue.use(VuePageTitle, {
  // prefix: 'My App - ',
  suffix: '- My App '


Name Type Description
suffix String suffix for the value of the page title tag
prefix String prefix for the value of the page title tag
router VueRouter instance if present, allows you to set the title via the route.
setTitleMethod Function custom method of setting title


Just set the title option inside the component.
Within the component it is still possible to update the $title state, it is also available to be used within the component template.

export default {
  title: 'Page title',
  mounted () {
    const servantTypes = [
      'Ruler', 'Saber', 'Archer', 'Lancer', 'Rider', 'Caster', 'Berserker', 'Assassin'
    this.$interval = setInterval(() => {
      this.$title = servantTypes[Math.floor(Math.random() * servantTypes.length)]
    }, 2000)
  beforeDestroy () {

  <div>{{ $title }}</div>

It is also possible to generate a title dynamically, using a function. It receives as an argument the component instance.

export default {
  title: (context) => `Client: ${}`,
  data () {
    return {
      client: {
        name: 'Type-Moon.'

This is particularly useful for internationalization.
This is an example using vue-i18n.

export default {
  title: ({ $t }) => $t('pages.clients.title')

Vue Router usage


import Vue from 'vue'
import VuePageTitle from 'vue-page-title'

import router from 'path/to/application/router'

Vue.use(VuePageTitle, { router })
// path/to/application/router
import FooComponent from 'path/to/foo-component'
import HomeComponent from 'path/to/home-component'

const routes = [{
  path: '/',
  component: HomeComponent,
  meta: {
    title: 'Home Page' // Title must be a string.
}, {
  path: '/foo',
  component: FooComponent,
  meta: {
    title: 'Foo Page'

export default new VueRouter({