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TOPIC: Tab titles

Tab titles 24 Apr 2012 19:49 #120

Hi there

I have another question on the JF Texturia template (I'm new to Joomla!)

I'm trying to create a contact form by embedding a module within a single article. However everytime I add the module it keeps appearing with its own title, despite me setting this option to 'hide'.

I've searched online and it appears this is an issue about what position the module is selected in i.e. if it is in a tabbed position the title will always be displayed.

I've tried selecting every available position all seem to show the file with the title!

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Any help would be much appreciated!

Mike

Re: Tab titles 25 Apr 2012 02:29 #124

It seem there is conflicting javascript. What's your address site?
  • mars

Re: Tab titles 25 Apr 2012 07:31 #125

Mars

Thanks for your help - as you'll see it's still under construction:

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I found as an interim solution where I can hide the article title (thereby leaving just one title). However ideally I'd like to keep the nice big orange article title and remove the dull grey module one!

Thanks for your help.

Mike

Re: Tab titles 25 Apr 2012 07:38 #126

It's not from javavascript conflicting. It's from your inserting module code i think so. Please check it correctly.
  • mars

Re: Tab titles 25 Apr 2012 09:21 #127

Thanks Mars.

You were right - there was something buried in the module options overriding everything.

On another topic (happy to start a new thread if needed)I also wondered how easy it would be to alter the colour of the site. The site I'm designing will be aimed mainly at a female audience and therefore we may want to use some more feminine colours potentially!

Having done some quick research it would appear this is do-able by just editing the css in the template editor however I just wondered how easy you think this might be for a newbie to Joomla?

Thanks again.

Mike

Re: Tab titles 25 Apr 2012 10:14 #128

yes, you should edit css and images in template.
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