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Joomla update configuration question

  • Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 2 months 4 weeks ago
    • I am using the Audacity 2.5 template and have the latest template with gantry 5
      I updated the latest gantry before setting the joomla update to next
      I then updated the joomla version since I had checked that the template was the latest and version to use for the updated joomla and was ok.

      Now that the update is there and the new and most recent joomla version is installed everything looks fine except the articles and categories images that were orgiganlly set to float left are not floating left. It is showing above the full article for both the article and intro. image in blog layout of categores.

      I took a look at settings in admin area of page and the image shows it set to float left.


      My question for you

      is there a setting in global configuratoins for blog layout that will force the catetories layout to shows each intro. image to float left? or what do you recomend I do to avoid having the layout issue.?
      Should I revert back to my org. and wait for the site updates to continue without jumping into for 4.0 I was at 3.9 before I changed it today at 4.1

      My images are 500 x wide if that info is needed.
      Thank you.




      Thank you.
      Cr.
    • Last Edit: 2 months 4 weeks ago by cindy rodriguez.
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    Re: Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 2 months 4 weeks ago
    • In the article on the images and links tab each image now has a class field - this is where you can enter "left" or "right" to align the image.

      Regards, Mark.
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  • Re: Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 2 months 4 weeks ago
    • question, if the articles were aligned to right in site before the 4.1 update ,do I still have to re align each article already created prior to update?

      I saw the opttion to align articles but did not see it align left when I selceted it. In the configurations area it is showing articles to align right.
      Can you please send a link to tuturial, so I can see if this is area I was looking at if available?

      Thank you.
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    Re: Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 2 months 4 weeks ago
    • There is no Tutorial. Just put the class of "left" or "right" that's it. Yes, you have to change all articles - this is J4 for you.

      If you need more help, 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

      Regards, Mark.
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  • Re: Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 1 month 3 weeks ago
    • I understand, I see how the new changes are done , but it is timely to manually change every article to float left everything else transfers over, is there any chance a message can be sent to Joomla team for the Joomla 10 version to configure that feature? Thank you. Cr.
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    Re: Joomla update configuration question

    Posted 1 month 3 weeks ago
    • No, we're not Joomla and they won't listen to us anymore than yourself. So please raise a ticket on Joomla if you believe this is an issue for them to resolve.

      In respect of "Joomla 10" I'm not sure what that means at all?

      Regards, Mark.
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