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Postby oflain » Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:30 am

Hola, estoy tratando de configurar la vista desde blog
y no logro quitar la palabra Details que sale abajo del título
de cada artículo, entre el título y la imagen
que opción es la que me permite inhabilitarla?
o al menos saber a que corresponde para poder asignarle algún contenido.
desde ya muchas gracias
alejandro

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Hello, I am trying to configure the view from blog
and I can not remove the word Details coming down the title
of each item, between the title and the image
which is the option that allows me to disable it?
or at least know which corresponds to assign some content.
thanks in advance
alejandro
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Re: Details

Postby careswho » Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:41 pm

Yep! I too would like to know, how to disable it if possible.
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Re: Details

Postby chus » Sat Dec 01, 2012 2:25 pm

Hi,

I think this has to do with your com_content template but I'm not sure... could you please add a screenshot or a link to the page?
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Re: Details

Postby careswho » Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:08 pm

Here is the screenshot.. I don't mind the list view but the blog view looks much better when looking at the author's articles:
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Thanks again! :D
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Re: Details

Postby chus » Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:51 pm

I see. The word "Details" shows if you are showing the author, the date or the category. If you don't want to show any of those info, you can disable them either within the component Options or the menu item parameters.

If you do want to show any of those data without the word "Details", you can either modify the blog_item template (components/com_authorlist/views/tmpl/blog_item.php) or hide it with CSS, for example by stating:

.article-info-term { display: none; }
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Re: Details

Postby careswho » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:39 am

Hey thanks for the explanation.. It works.. :D

You missed one folder in the path you mentioned for blog_item.php, so for noobs like me.. it is:
(components/com_authorlist/views/author/tmpl/blog_item.php)

Also the line to remove in there is: <dt class="article-info-term"><?php echo JText::_('COM_AUTORLIST_ARTICLE_INFO'); ?></dt>
(Obviously after one duplicates the original .php)

Your help is greatly appreciated Chus.. :D
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Re: Details

Postby chus » Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:04 pm

Correct, thank you for your correction!

We have a little documentation about editing a component tmpl which might be useful, too:

http://joomla.vargas.co.cr/documentation/15-miscellaneous/23-edit-component-and-module-template

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