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    Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • Hi

      Step:-1 The title should be display in <h2> Tag for all articles correct? check – screencast.com/t/fJihUrboTbC

      Step:-2 My Requirement are title tag should be display in <h1> Tag for all articles.
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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • 1. Yes it should be H2 tag because you should not have more than one H1 tag on a page. The H1 tag is associated with the "page title" field on the menu item for this reason (because there can only be one).

      2. Why do you want to change this? If it's just for styling reasons then you should do this with custom CSS. If it's for SEO reasons then it's the wrong thing to be doing as you should only have one H1 tag on the page.

      3. If you really want to do it then you will need to create/amend a joomla article html override.

      Regards, Mark.
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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • 1) I do not display the page title in my joomla setup
      2)Hence, I have “no” H1 altogether in my page
      3) For Seo reason I want the H2 title to show as H1
      4) Please tell me how to accomplish this
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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • Again I counsel against doing this.

      1. it's the wrong thing to do because you should not have more than one H1 tag on a page
      2. It's a nightmare to maintain html overrides as every time we update Gantry or template or Joomla update joomla you will have to check your overrides to see if they need updating too.

      An alternate way of doing what you want is to turn off the title altogether on the articles and instead add your own H1 tag at the top of your articles.

      If you really want to create html overrides then you will need to copy the appropriate type (article, blog, category, etc, etc) from:
      /components/com_content/views/......

      to:
      /templates/TEMPLATENAME/html/joomla/3.4/com_content/.........


      Regards, Mark.
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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • Please would you post your URL, superuser id and pswd in the secure tab of your post and i'll have a look for you.

      Please post your FTP logon, password and FTP URL in the secure area of your post.

      I presume that you edited com_content/article/default.php?

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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • Ok, my fault I told you the wrong location to copy from. You need to copy from gantry (not joomla).

      /plugins/system/gantry/overrides/3.3/2.5/com_content (only copy over the folder you are actually overriding).

      I removed the content you already copied as it was completely wrong.

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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • Hi

      Step:-1 I have Copy for this locations public_html/components/com_content/… check - screencast.com/t/QZ0Mou6644Ty

      Step:-2 I have paste for this locations public_html/plugins/system/gantry/overrides/3.3/2.5 check - screencast.com/t/Oa7h5TpIDBSj (Folder was overriding)

      Step:-3 But No Display for articles title in <h1> Tag check - screencast.com/t/MreyZ0JdZej

      Please help me.
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    Re: Display Articles Title In <h1> Tag

    Posted 3 years 3 months ago
    • That is not what I said to do? Reverse out what you just did.

      copy from /plugins/system/gantry/overrides/3.3/2.5/com_content (only copy the folders within that you wish to create overrides for)

      to /templates/rt_acacia/html/joomla/3.3/com_content/

      I still think this is the wrong thing to be doing, it's not right for SEO and it's going to be a nightmare to maintain.

      Regards, Mark.
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