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Hi

Starting work on joomla 3 to 4 upgrade and am having an issue with the titles of articles not showing at all.

Have a look here at the V3 site: https://www.ttoc.co.uk/

And then here for the V4 version: https://www.ttoc.co.uk/ttocv4/

Page isn't exactly the same yet, but the two articles showing should have titles on the V4 the same as the V3 site.

I'started with an upgrade from V3 to V4 and then have also tried a fresh install of V4 and built up to what you can see on the V4 link above.

The header is on the page source code but just not actually showing on the page.

I'm using the Skylar V4 template on the V4 site.

Any help?

Thanks
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change in the article options | Title Use global (show) to show and the title appears.
it looks like a J4 bug
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I've already checked that.

Both the menu item blog layout is set to global (show) as it the article itself.


<div class="page-header">
<h2 itemprop="name">
<a href="/ttocv4/http://index.php/eventt22-full-details" itemprop="url">
EvenTT22 Full Details </a>
</h2>
</div>

<div class="item-sub-title">
</div>


That is in the HTML source of the page but it just does not appear when viewing the page.
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it not what i meant. Change in the article global (show) to just show. That worked for me. it happened after a J4 update
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Just tried that and they still do not show I'm afraid.

Just had a thought and set the site back to the standard template and the titles show fine, set it back to Skylar and they do not.

So I would say it's definitely a template issue.
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Hello

To amend try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

#main .blog .page-header {
display: block;
}


Does this resolve the issue for you?

Ciaran
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Perfect thank you, thats added the article titles back again.

Cheers!
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