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No automatical adopt from menu to Content header
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TOPIC: No automatical adopt from menu to Content header

No automatical adopt from menu to Content header 24 Jun 2016 13:17 #9081

Hi,

i've just bought your beautiful template this week and 2 questions about it:

First of all i'd like to NOT have the automatical adoption of the menue-text into the content (as h1-Tag).
Where can i get rid of this?

The second question refers to the part left to the content, where normally the rotated header is placed. I eliminated the rotation and now want to use the space but have no idea, how i can do this. The div is called "padder".

Thanks a lot.

Regards, Salival
Last Edit: 24 Jun 2016 13:43 by Salival.

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Re: No automatical adopt from menu to Content header 27 Jun 2016 03:26 #9086

First of all i'd like to NOT have the automatical adoption of the menue-text into the content (as h1-Tag).
Where can i get rid of this?

In Menu Manager: Edit Menu Item, at tab Page Display set Show Page Heading is No

The second question refers to the part left to the content, where normally the rotated header is placed. I eliminated the rotation and now want to use the space but have no idea, how i can do this. The div is called "padder".

Edit template file index.php, find div is called "left", there you can define module position.

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