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"nothing change"

Did you save it and rebuild the core and clear the cache?  Because something would have changed as it changed in firefox inspector on your site.

In regards to getting the basic information near the top (which you are right and that is how it should be) you would have to change the code order and if you hack it then it would get written over after you upgraded each time.  You may be able to hire a developer to write some code where that wouldn't happen but it probably cost you some money.  I would make a feature request here.


Here is some updated CSS that might work as long as you have single line answers for your custom fields.

#left .block, #right .block, #content .block, #header_menu .block, #left .block_clear, #right .block_clear, #content .block_clear, #header_menu .block_clear {
    margin-bottom: 5px;
#main #content-stage #content .block > .title {
    border-bottom: none;
    border-top: 1px solid #dcdcdc;
    height: 10px;
        min-height: auto;
#left .block > .content, #right .block > .content, #content .block > .content, #header_menu .block > .content, #left .block_clear > .content, #right .block_clear > .content, #content .block_clear > .content, #header_menu .block_clear > .content {
    padding: 10px 0 0 0;
#left .block > .title, #right .block > .title, #content .block > .title, #header_menu .block > .title, #left .block_clear > .title, #right .block_clear > .title, #content .block_clear > .title, #header_menu .block_clear > .title {
    padding: 5px 0 10px 0;

February 14, 2020 4:18 pm

If you change the value of the css like 14 font to 16 font then it will overide phpfox original css if you put it in that file.  Sometime you need to put !mportant to make it stick if it doesn't.  If you want to remove something like border-bottom 10px you sometimes can put the word none if that options shows up when you use firefox inspector.

Always post it at the end of that file with some space between the original and yours.  Also, copy the new css and store in another file in case you need to reinstall you can just copy the chunk of CSS and paste it in the file again.

The only way to overide a CSS Class is to change it although you could grey it out in the original CSS file called bootstrap.css under your theme but that gets written over every time you rebuild core theme so they made the theme editor instead which does not write over your new CSS on rebuild core theme.

February 13, 2020 7:43 pm

Many of the settings can be found by typing in the search field in the AdminCP.

In this case, since some modules have their own meta titles so I would type in the search:


Then click on Meta Keywords which will be on that page.   But, the field Site Title is located on that page as well and that is what you are looking.   By using the search you will see other areas you can set as well.


February 13, 2020 6:13 pm