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All you need is just copying these files : .../components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog_children.php .../components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog_item.php .../components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog_links.php .../components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog.php .../components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog.xml to .../...


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If you mean the intro image that's used in intro_image layout, use the same check as in the layout: <?php $images = json_decode($this->item->images); ?> <?php if (!empty($images->image_intro)) : ?> <div><?php echo $this->item->introtext; ?></div> <?php else : ?> <?php echo $this->item->...


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The option to hide intro text means hide it in the full article. This is useful when you want to create an intro text for the category view that is different in the full view. One method to hide the intro text from blog layout is creating an override in your template. Follow these steps: 1.- Copy file from components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/...


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The category blog is part of the component area in your template, but the module position is different than the component area, by default you can't load a module inside component area (blog layout) in the same position. One simple solution is check your template positions and add your module below the component area. Go to System > Global Configuration > ...


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From the link you provided it is obvious that in your template there IS NO article-separator HTML element. From the name of your template, 'favourite' I guess it is one of free templates from FavThemes, and it is obviously of not so great quality. Anyway, you can quickly add following CSS rule at the end of file /templates/favourite/css/template.css ...


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I suggest creating modules for each of the non-article items you wish to include on the page and then insert the modules into an article. Category Blog Create an "Articles - Category" module and enter "category-blog" or similar as a custom module position name. External Link Add external links as normal in your article. Hikashop Category Module Enter "...


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I think there are a number of ways you could go about achieving such a page. Create an article and manually add everything yourself (Not very efficient). Use something like Nonumber's Articles Anywhere. It allows you to add articles by category and other methods, so you should be able to customize it the way you like.(Slightly more efficient then option1). ...


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If there is a menu item pointing directly to an article, then the page title can be set at the menu item level. Additionally, there are some SEO tools (such as sh404SEF) that will allow you to set the browser title of each link.


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By default, PHP code is stripped from article content when saving. DirectPHP and similar extensions enable you to include PHP code in your articles without the code being stripped by your editor when saving the article. Remember to enable the plugin in Extensions -> Plugins. If DirectPHP isn't working for you, I suggest trying an alternative such as ...


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Answer: I found it easiest to do a template override override this: html/com_content/article/default.php and I just commented out the page h1 <div class="item-page<?php echo $this->pageclass_sfx?>"> <?php if ($this->params->get('show_page_heading')) : ?> <!-- <h1> <?php echo $this->escape($this->...


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Then write the css by yourself. Normally this class should be integrated in all modern templates, maybe you do use an override for featured and category blog. More details would be needed, for e.g. a link. To separate them with a border write in css (an example, it depends on your html structure) article:after { border-bottom:3px solid #ccc; } .item-...


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Knowing a tiny bit about the joomla request-reponse lifecycle will help here. Joomla runs in the following order: 1. bootstrap the application 2. router 3. component (including your own layout overrides) 4. modules 5. template Various objects like the jsession and jinput allow you to get and set variables during the lifecyle so if you just set the html of ...


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You might need to give a more specific example of what the module area is doing for the ideal suggestion. However, a few ideas that might point you in the right direction: Plugin Create a plugin that runs before the "Content - Load Modules" plugin. You will need this to detect the page's view and, if it detects the blog category layout, strip any {...


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This is now a core feature in Joomla 3.8, i.e. filtering articles category blog layout with tags.


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If you have your articles arranged in sub-categories they will be ordered by category first then by date. If this is the case, in your menu item set Category order: No ordering, Article Order: Oldest first.


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The show intro text is meant for the article view not the blog layout. With hide intro text you can have a special intro text for your article, that can be hidden when you go to read the full article in the article view. You can alway create template overrides to create any special layout you want. If you search you can find many resources about creating ...


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You can use the featured articles system represented with a star in content manager and use a "Featured Articles" menu item type to show only the specific articles that you have marked. Then use a link to another item menu with the complete list of articles in that category. Latest articles To show only latest articles you have lot of solutions: Blog ...


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I can't say for sure why is that happening, but I have a hunch... I bet you any money that your site went through few Joomla updates, and that at some point in time was on J! lower than 3.6.3. You see, J!3.6.0 which was released on 2016-07-12, introduced a change in New Article Ordering. Until then, since a dawn of time, every new article when created, ...


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Using Protostar as Template and set in Menu "Show Category" to "Hide" and "Show Tags" to "Show" give what expected: No Category shown, Tags shown. No Matter if "Position of Article Info" is set to "Above, Below or Split". So i prefer to Test Behaviour using Protostar to look if your Issue depends on Template/Override.


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I found the resolution for my case, it was simple, I just didn't notice. The articles that didn't display the Article title as the Page title, they didn't have the Itemid=XXX parameter on their URLs.


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Important Note after KlintWeb comment: You certainly want to do any such changes inside a template override. Search in this site and also in the web about Joomla Template Overrides to find out how you can create them. How to wrap the intro-text inside a link to the article: In components/com_content/views/category/tmpl/blog_item.php there is a ...


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Welcome to Stack Exchange. This is controlled in the menu item. You need to: Go into your administration section of Joomla! Click on Menus Go to the menu that you are using e.g. "main menu" Select the menu item e.g. "day trips" Click on the tab called "category" You can choose the dropdown I show in my image "subcategory levels", set this to "none" and ...


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In your template folder (/joomla_root/templates/< template_name >/) create a file with a unique name, such as articlelist.php. In that file add this code <jdoc:include type="component" /> Then change your ajax code to modify the URL before it's requested to include "tmpl=articlelist". Maybe something like this: <script type="text/javascript"&...


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In short this is the hierarchy. Menu item layout can be overridden by Article options and the the Article Page itself has the final say so if you will.


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You can do the following in the overridden article layout file (e.g. templates/[your-template]/html/com_content/article/default.php): Search for images using a regular expression Use the first image found as a display image for your article (you can use a default image if no images are found) For the regular expression used to find images, you can check ...


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Firstly, the only code that should go into index.php is code that should appear on every page. What you want to do is on the category view, so your code should go in the category view override. It is possible to get something like that working in index.php, but that would be completely the wrong thing to do, so I'm not going to suggest how you might. ‘I ...


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One possible workaround is to use the Featured Articles feature. You can set your articles as featured from any kind of category and then use a Featured Articles menu item to display with your desired featured articles order.


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You need to go to the Administrator panel -> Menus -> Main Menu -> go to the tab Blog Layout and find there Article Order - Oldest first, or setup other settings would you like. Your admin link will look like this: http: //your-site.com/administrator/index.php?option=com_menus&view=item&layout=edit&id=101


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There are various combinations of things that can create your desired layout. You could go with Template Overrides for blog category, or Featured Articles layout, but maybe an easier approach is to use Modules for displaying news. Recommended module: Raxo All-Mode Pro One of my favorites one in my opinion and of the best Joomla news display modules is the ...


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I fixed it! This is how: Create a menu item with access registered with the description "ata" and menu item type category blog that links to your "ata" category. This will only be visible to logged in users. Create a menu item with access guest (not public), with the description "ata" and menu item type login form. Set the login redirect to the URL of ...


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