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how to make a zen-module-title clickable

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For one reason or another, I am in need of making a zen module title clickable. Is there a way to do this? Like the title of module in Grid1...

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I think you would need to create an alternate module layout override for this

Could you instead fake it with a zentools2 module?

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I am building it as ZT2, but haven't figured out how to make the zen module title go one place, and the read more go somewhere else. :blink:

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Got it!! :side:

In the module parameters, I set a *header class,* then loaded a new js file with this:
$(".article-header-link").click(function(){
    document.location.href="https://<some.domain.com>/articles";
     return false;
});
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ahhhhhhhhhhhh nice one :)

Thanks for posting back

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Made an edit - used a relative link (which works) will add an opacity fade in css.

The jquery is now:
$(".article-header-link").click(function(){
    document.location.href="/articles";
     return false;
});

Here's the opacity code for the class i created

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.article-header-link:hover {
    cursor: pointer;
    opacity: 0.5;
    transition: opacity .25s ease-in-out;
   -moz-transition: opacity .25s ease-in-out;
   -webkit-transition: opacity .25s ease-in-out;
      }

to help search by correcting for the mispelling in the title (unless you can fix it)
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Yep I can change that

Thanks for the prompt

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Funny how the brain is able to read words as long as the first and last are correct

www.mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk/people/matt.davis/cmabridge/

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Thanks again

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toltaly!! :blink:
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