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  • bobptz Friend
    #1005768

    For example, I had opened this thread:
    https://www.joomlart.com/forums/topic/i-find-errors-when-validating-pages-with-httpsvalidator-w3-org/

    It turned out to be a bug, and it is now an official open issue:
    http://pm.joomlart.com/browse/PURITYIII-186

    Now we have another thread that seems to be a bug that needs to be fixed. So I assume you need to open an official issue on the above directory ( http://pm.joomlart.com/ ).

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1006704

    Yes, it’s lined up in our backlog. You can check its status here: http://pm.joomlart.com/browse/PURITYIII-188

    bobptz Friend
    #1006753

    Thank you so much.

    sukinoz Friend
    #1007352

    Hello,

    The last Joomla default article template (2016 version) seems to have resolved the problem.

    Maybe is this related with this https://www.joomlart.com/forums/topic/2013-custom-vs-2016-original-override-or-not-articledefault-php/ ?

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1007465

    Hi sukinoz,

    It’s a different topic though. It relates to the copyright info of Joomla but pls don’t worry as it will not affect functions on your site. I will report to the team for further updates.

    Regards

    sukinoz Friend
    #1007631

    Yes, maybe is not related.

    It relates to the copyright info of Joomla

    Sorry, but it isnt just a simple "copyright info", the files are very differents from 2013 to 2016 version.

    Thanks for report it.

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1007744

    Hi,

    The file in template override and based file of com_content of Joomla will be quite different because, the file in template override will inherit the override of T3 framework plugin which also implements a bit different way. So these files can’t be the same.

    You can clarify which parts in based file of com_content which are not included in overridden file of template in details, the team will check and update also.

    Thank you.

    sukinoz Friend
    #1007826

    Hello Saguaros,

    Thanks for replaying.

    So these files can’t be the same.
    Obviosly… If the files were the same, there will be no override! 😉

    You can clarify which parts in based file of com_content which are not included in overridden
    Sorry but i can’t. If I could do that, I wouldn’ t be here writting in the forum.

    Thanks for reply anyway!

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1007866

    As I can see it includes almost parts but let’s wait for team to check though.

    Kindly follow the topic you created.

    Have a nice day!

    bobptz Friend
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    Saguaros Moderator
    #1012100

    Hi,

    Could you try with the 3rd party extension as the beginning of this topic at this moment?

    bobptz Friend
    #1012220

    Could you try with the 3rd party extension as the beginning of this topic at this moment?

    I did try it. The extension generates additional markup. It does not eliminate the old joomla or purityIII generated markup. So I need to find a way to delete those.

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1012425

    Hi,

    Could you specify the elements you wanna remove?

    If it belongs to the com_content layout, you can find the override files in template directory: ROOT/templates/purity_iii/html/com_content/

    or in T3 framework plugin: ROOT/plugins/system/t3/base-bs3/html/com_content/

    Regards

    bobptz Friend
    #1012632

    Hi

    I experimented by editing /templates/purity_iii/html/com_content/article/default.php and I could remove many of the errors I could spot.

    Question: Do I need to edit files in both ROOT/templates/purity_iii/html/com_content/ and ROOT/plugins/system/t3/base-bs3/html/com_content/ ? What will happen if I edit files only in the template directory and not the T3?

    Saguaros Moderator
    #1012706

    Hi,

    You can edit template file only as when your site is loaded it will check whether there is override layout file in template you’re using or not. If there is existing file, it will use it, otherwise the associated file in T3 plugin will be used.

    The inheritable directory will be: Joomla base > T3 framework plugin > Template

    Hope this makes senses.

    Regards

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