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Is there a php function to insert in the template which prints the name of the menu item of the displayed page?

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  • have you tried echo Factory::getApplication()->getMenu()->getActive()->title; – jonboy Mar 30 at 13:29
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In this case, the name of the menu item is called "Page Heading" in the Joomla! backend, first you need to have is this option enabled .

  • Go to the Global Configuration > Menus > and change "Show Page Heading" to "Yes"

  • You also have this option into your menu items, in the tab called "Page Display", by default is enabled.

So, the code is generated by com_content, and here is the code:

<?php if ($this->params->get('show_page_heading')) : ?>
    <div class="page-header">
        <h1> <?php echo $this->escape($this->params->get('page_heading')); ?> </h1>
    </div>
<?php endif; ?>

If you need to add this code, maybe the best optión is create an override for one of the com_content options, once this is done you can find a folder called html inside your template.

Hope this helps.

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