The <h1> header of Jenkins's job/project page (i.e., https://my-jenkins-instance.com/job/my-job) prepends the job's name with the word "Project". For example, if the job is called "My Job", the header will say "Project My Job". Every other page just refers to a job/project by its name, without the word "Project". Even on this page, the <title> tag lacks the word "Project". But for some reason, "Project" looks as if it's part of the job's name in this page's header. This frequently leads to mistakes such as:
- Copying/pasting the whole header as the job's name into conversations
- Including "Project" in the job's name when referring to it in documentation
- Trying unsuccessfully to search for "Project My Job" using the search bar
If removing the word from the page entirely is not an option, it should at least be separated from the <h1> tag and reformatted to look more like a label (e.g., " My Job" or " My Job").