Support Offline : Mon - Fri / 10am - 6pm (GMT +6)

Your Time: Our Time:

Title H1 modification

Featured Lock Resolved Issue
Hi there,

I'm using the Kidzy template with the extension SP Portfolio. The articles that are visualized by the portfolio are under a menu and when I enter to see the article made, I can see the title of the link of the page with the tag H1 (see the attached file). If the article is not under any menu, I can see a generic "Articles" (H1). Is it possible to disactivate this function? I prefer managing the title with the Page Builder. I don't want "Nome da visualizzare" (see attchement).

Looking forward for your prompt answer.
Thank you

Attachments (1)

  • screencapture-playgroups-elearningthroughplay-index-php-en-p1-1512055577816.png
    screencapture-playgroups-elearningthroughplay-index-php-en-p1-1512055577816.png 814.9 KB

4 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, it looks like Page Titles from Menu items. Check there first.


More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

I had already checked both in the general articles' options and in the options of the menu item (see attached file Inkedadministrator_screencapture_LI.jpg).

As you know, your SP Portfolio publishes in front-end the articles of a certain category (Inkedsp-portfolio-front-end_LI.jpg), visualizing the pictures, introtext and the article title (options that can be activated in the LAYOUT sheet of the module).

But when one enters and visualizes whichever item of the portfolio, it happens as follows:
- if the article is connected to a menu as the address it takes the alias of the menu and one can enable HELIX MENU TITLE but immediately after it brings back the title of the menu with the H1 (Inkedarticle_LI.jpg),
- if the article is NOT connected to any menu, the address generates it by itself and as the tag H1 it inserts a generic ARTICLES.

How can I disable this title H1?

Looking forward to your assistance I wish you a good job,

Attachments (3)

  • Inkedadministrator_screencapture_LI.jpg
    Inkedadministrator_screencapture_LI.jpg 911.4 KB
  • Inkedarticle_LI.jpg
    Inkedarticle_LI.jpg 600.4 KB
  • Inkedsp-portfolio-front-end_LI.jpg
    Inkedsp-portfolio-front-end_LI.jpg 703.4 KB

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
if article is not assigned to any menu, you have limited options to control presented content.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
and you have to use custom CSS to hide unwanted content.

1) Use Coded Inspector built-in in your browser
2) Check which CSS class you have to override
3) Then use custom CSS field (in template settings) to use your custom css code

There are no replies made for this post yet.
Be one of the first to reply to this post!

Leaderboard (30 days)

Paul Frankowski

Paul Frankowski

Total Accepted Answers: 109


Total Accepted Answers: 61
Mehtaz Afsana Borsha

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha

Total Accepted Answers: 26
Ofi Khan

Ofi Khan

Total Accepted Answers: 11
Rashida Rahman

Rashida Rahman

Total Accepted Answers: 8




Community Users


Don’t miss any updates of our new templates and extensions and all the astonishing offers we bring for you.
We never spam

Joomla! ® name is used under a limited license from Open Source Matters in the United States and other countries. is not affiliated with or endorsed by Open Source Matters or the Joomla! Project.

Connect Us