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I'm finding that the - Stack Exchange suffix is no longer displayed in the page title on many secondary sites. For example, "Photography - Stack Exchange" is now shown as "Photography", and "Mi Yodeya - Stack Exchange" is shown as "Mi Yodeya".

Is this change intentional? If so, why was this change made?

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This is because the site is graduated. If you notice, beta sites such as CodeReview and The Workplace still include Stack Exchange as part of the title.

I suppose this is to give it the impression of it being its own website. It is not really a StackExchange incubator anymore and has a large audience with much activity like StackOverflow and SuperUser.

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