This is the first time I came across this problem with a template. I can't figure out which file to edit to change the title="" for the logo. It is not part of the templates options in the template manager.
It's hard to tell from the front end, but here is where I would look.
It could be hard coded or it could be a variable calling the title from a language string.
Look at the index.php file for the template. Also look in the template directory for an html folder. If it's hard coded it will be in one of those files.
Or it could be in a language file and defined by a variable. Look at the language files in the template directory and see if there is a variable written like $variable="Joomla!" and change the word that it's equal to.
If it's borrowing a language string from the native Joomla install you can find it and override it by following this tutorial.
ohh where would i find that question was for the first response from Tessa. The ones you mentioned Ed I do know where they are just didnt know if there was a separate index.php for logos lol - silly me.
Thanks for all the suggestions I will take a look. The template seems like it is borrowing something from the native. I think I will start there.
THANKS AGAIN GUYS!
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I know it's been a while but I was searching all the files and tried to search in the language overrides and I couldn't find anything?... From the code below it doesn't seem to be hard coded unless there is an override somewhere... (I dont know :/) Here is the code for the logo in the index.php :