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    Editing HTML

    Being new to this Edugeek Joomla package, can anyone tell me which file to edit if I want to remove the page header as per this example?

    School Aims

    As you can see, at the top of the content section it says: School Aims

    Then I have a graphic which also says School Aims. The school who want this site want a gfx on the top in that style. When I take the Page Name out it tells me this cannot happen so perhaps moving it from the template is what I need to do.

    But where...

    Any advice appreciated as always

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    Edit the article and under Parameters (Advanced) Look for the option show title and select No

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Edit the article and under Parameters (Advanced) Look for the option show title and select No
    I sometimes wonder why I work so late.

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    For future refrence -

    Anything dynamic is *usually* controllable via the backend,

    Anything to do with the layout is either in the main css (found inside the template folder) or index.php (found inside the template folder), you can also get to these back using the template manager, clicking on the template your using, then edit css/edit html

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