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Article image position

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Hi i would like to have article images placed after the article title like in this site (done with another template)

the image is placed immediately after the title

but instead with helix 3 i get a result like this:

the image appear before the title....

i wander if this depend on the template as i do not find options in joomla to choose where to put the image...

Thanks :-)

5 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi again Yoga Man,
It's all depends how you add images, via which Tab?
But in general you have to edit that file:


and there change order of first image and title, here is a clue

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Jacopo Ceccarelli

More than a month ago #Permalink
Ciao Paul :-)

Thankyou for your answer

Actually i am setting the image in the tabs as in the attached picture

if i modify that file, i am afraid that everytime i update helix i loose the customization right?

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
You can change file rights for this file only from 644 to 404 - so it won't be overridden by next update.

Jacopo Ceccarelli

More than a month ago #Permalink
Ok Great Thnkyou!

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