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Joomla Global Article Settings

Posted on 2010-09-15
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Hi Experts,

At the moment each article I create in Joomla requires me to manually turn of the title, author, date, hits, icons, and etc.  Where can I find the global setting to set these as default settings?

Thanks,

HNM
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In the parameters on the top right of the articles listings page.
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Look for the Parameters icon at the top right of the Article Manager.

This is where you set the default values that will be applied to any new article.

Cheers - David
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Thanks to both of you!

HNM
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