HTML Articel Home instead of CMS content

Boekhoorn.nl
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Boekhoorn.nl posted this 02 March 2017

Hi,
When i design a home page i know i have to do it again for the post template and so on...
but...why is an homepage template for Joomla shown as extra html instead of just Post Content in the Content & Sidebar in Themler.

Hi, When i design a home page i know i have to do it again for the post template and so on... but...why is an homepage template for Joomla shown as extra html instead of just Post Content in the Content & Sidebar in Themler.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 03 March 2017

Hi,

Probably the CMS Content was disabled on the Home template. Once you enable it, you will be able to insert the content inside the green area.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Probably the CMS Content was disabled on the Home template. Once you enable it, you will be able to insert the content inside the green area. Sincerely, Hella
Boekhoorn.nl
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Boekhoorn.nl posted this 08 March 2017

CMS content is turned on...no content in the green area

CMS content is turned on...no content in the green area
Boekhoorn.nl
10 Posts
Boekhoorn.nl posted this 08 March 2017

hmmmm....stupid me !!
There was no content in Joomla...srry for your time..
You can close this case
sorry again !

hmmmm....stupid me !! There was no content in Joomla...srry for your time.. You can close this case sorry again !
Support Team
Support Team posted this 08 March 2017

Hi,

You are welcome, nice to hear that you have found the solution.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, You are welcome, nice to hear that you have found the solution. Sincerely, Hella
tmgarrison
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tmgarrison posted this 25 October 2019

Hi, I'd like to re-open this thread.
I've spent the last 5 hours (YES) chasing Themler and cannot find an answer.
I'm working on the latest Joomla.
Everything is updated.
This is something that has not happened until today.
I create a template from the default themler template, after updating the default themler template.
Then edited as desired.
I created 2 simple articles. One with just a few words. On the home page I added a few words plus an unordered list with just 2 items.
When I go from the home page to 1 of the other pages, the simple text that I added to the "article" appears TWICE on the page. Once just under the header and once where it's "supposed" to appear in the CMS area.
I then review the template and saw that Themler has inserted HTML tags "before" the CMS AND after the CMS.
I tried many different attempts to fix the issue, but nothing worked.
So then I uninstalled Themler completely.
I started over.
The same thing happened again, and again, and again.
There is nothing "odd" in the text or pages.
I even stripped the site down to only the 2 articles and that didn't help.
I switched to the Joomla default templates (prostar) and that didn't help either. The text still duplicated above the breadcrumbs under the header, and where the text is supposed to appear - under breadcrumbs in the center of the page.
No matter how many times I deleted the HTML tags, they came back automatically.
I even exited out of Themler and tried to write text in the article. That worked, until I clicked on the menu from the home page to the article - the HTML was back and the text was duplicated.
I'm really, REALLY angry that it's taken me 5 hours to chase the situation with no resolve.
There is NO reason the "green" area (Article) should appear above the breadcrumbs. I didn't insert anything from the default template - no section; no text; nothing.
I'm so angry that I'm done for the day. I'll try again tomorrow to see if I can figure out what's happening. I also looked at another project and saw that there is an HTML "below" the CMS, but that doesn't seem to bother the site or duplicate anything. I may use the hated chrome tomorrow just to see if it makes a difference.
This IS an issue. I hope that it can be resolve quickly. Please contact me for any access or questions you may have.
Regards,
Thomas

Hi, I'd like to re-open this thread. I've spent the last 5 hours (YES) chasing Themler and cannot find an answer. I'm working on the latest Joomla. Everything is updated. This is something that has not happened until today. I create a template from the default themler template, after updating the default themler template. Then edited as desired. I created 2 simple articles. One with just a few words. On the home page I added a few words plus an unordered list with just 2 items. When I go from the home page to 1 of the other pages, the simple text that I added to the "article" appears TWICE on the page. Once just under the header and once where it's "supposed" to appear in the CMS area. I then review the template and saw that Themler has inserted HTML tags "before" the CMS AND after the CMS. I tried many different attempts to fix the issue, but nothing worked. So then I uninstalled Themler completely. I started over. The same thing happened again, and again, and again. There is nothing "odd" in the text or pages. I even stripped the site down to only the 2 articles and that didn't help. I switched to the Joomla default templates (prostar) and that didn't help either. The text still duplicated above the breadcrumbs under the header, and where the text is supposed to appear - under breadcrumbs in the center of the page. No matter how many times I deleted the HTML tags, they came back automatically. I even exited out of Themler and tried to write text in the article. That worked, until I clicked on the menu from the home page to the article - the HTML was back and the text was duplicated. I'm really, REALLY angry that it's taken me 5 hours to chase the situation with no resolve. There is NO reason the "green" area (Article) should appear above the breadcrumbs. I didn't insert anything from the default template - no section; no text; nothing. I'm so angry that I'm done for the day. I'll try again tomorrow to see if I can figure out what's happening. I also looked at another project and saw that there is an HTML "below" the CMS, but that doesn't seem to bother the site or duplicate anything. I may use the hated chrome tomorrow just to see if it makes a difference. This IS an issue. I hope that it can be resolve quickly. Please contact me for any access or questions you may have. Regards, Thomas
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