I am using T4 + purity_iv. When I inserted a joomla core module (e.g. Articles - Categories) with showing module name, there was nothing changed. Switching to cassiopeia brings the module name out.
I can't add module surfix class with purity_iv, either.
I digged and find cassiopeia has //templates/cassiopeia/html/layouts/chromes/card.php managing module parameters. Please confirm this issue and help.
I just tried to publish module: 文物 on homepage of your site and could see the module title there:
and the same with the test module class suffix.
If we move that module to position main-bottom-1, the module title will be no see. What's is the difference?
shawnhy It may due to the module style in that section, which position you want to display this module? I will take a look.
saguaros Thank you.
I am not yet make my mind which position will be assigned. But anyway, isn't it reasonable to reflect backend settings? If possible please share the way to solve it. I might add more T4 positions for use.
shawnhy Yes, it should reflect the backend settings but as you know that each template has its own concept with different styles applied for different parts of template. Some sections will have special design and we often utilize the various module styles for them. Some module styles may not show that module title.
Hi, Let's say we want to make module ID119, which is located in main-bottom-1, show it's module title.
Now I add a pseudo css as a work-around. It 's very limited so I want to apply core joomla module title here.
You can choose the module style in the T4 layout. I have selected "t4section" for you.