Title & meta

Since JavaScript apps are rendered within the document <body>, they are unable to render markup to the document <head>, as it's outside of their scope. To help with this, Inertia ships with an <Head> component, which can be used to set the page <title>, <meta> tags, and other <head> elements.

Note, the <Head> component is not available in the Svelte adapter, as Svelte already ships with a <svelte:head> component.
Note, the <Head> component will only replace <head> elements that are not in your server-side root template.

Head component

To add <head> elements to your page, use the <Head> component:

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

  <title>Your page title</title>
  <meta name="description" content="Your page description">

Title shorthand

You can also pass through the page title as a prop to the <Head> component:

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

<Head title="Your page title" />

Title callback

You can globally modify the page <title> using the title callback in the createInertiaApp setup method. A common use case for this is automatically adding an app name before or after each page title.

  title: title => `${title} - My App`,
  // ...

Now when you set a title using the <Head> component, this function will be automatically called.

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

<Head title="Home">

Which, in this example, will result in the following <title> tag:

<title>Home - My App</title>

This also works if you set the title using a <title> tag within your <Head> component:

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'


Multiple instances

It's possible to have multiple instances of the <Head> component throughout your application. For example, your layout can set defaults, and then your pages can overide those defaults.

// Layout.vue

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

  <title>My app</title>
  <meta head-key="description" name="description" content="This is the default description" />
  <link rel="icon" type="image/svg+xml" href="/favicon.svg" />

// About.vue

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

  <title>About - My app</title>
  <meta head-key="description" name="description" content="This is a page specific description" />

Inertia will only ever render one <title> tag, however all other tags will be stacked, since it's possible to have multiple instances of them. To avoid duplicate tags in your <head>, you can use the head-key property, which will make sure the tag is only rendered once. This is illustrated in the above example for the <meta name="description"> tag.

Here is the resulting HTML for this example:

  <link rel="icon" type="image/svg+xml" href="/favicon.svg" />
  <title>About - My app</title>
  <meta name="description" content="This is my about page description" />


In a real app, it can be helpful to create a custom head component that uses the <Head> component. This gives you a place to set app-wide defaults, such as appending the app name to the page title. Here's a simple example of what this could look like.

<!-- AppHead.vue -->

  <Head :title="title ? `${title} - My App` : 'My App'">
    <slot />

import { Head } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

export default {
  components: {
  props: {
    title: String,

And then use this custom component in your pages:

import AppHead from './AppHead'

<AppHead title="About" />