This is what the top of my Safari page looks like right now:
I think I have around 90 tabs open. That's how I work, I multitask. What made Safari stand out as a browser used to be the fact that no matter how many tabs you had open, you could still know what a page's title was. I believe page titles are super-duper important, and that getting rid of them for users with many tabs open was a mistake they made with Yosemite/new Safari.
Is there a way for me to get the page's titles back?
Like, for instance, on my screen grab, I don't need the URL to be displayed in the white bar so much as the name of the page. I've found that Safari's preference pane has a "show full website address" as if the URL was more important than a page name - something I disagree with whole-heartedly, but maybe there's another setting somewhere else to display page title instead of the URL?