Module title visible with theme carousel (even if should be hide)

I have the same ISSUE described here:
templateplazza.com/forums/technical-supp...theme-carousel#15967

But unfortunately the Workaround proposed:
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adding this code to the CSS Adjustment tab: .mfp_carousel_skin_card .mfp_block_title {display:none;}--
do not work for me.

JOOMLA Version 5.0.3
MiniFrontPage version: 4.0.1

Any other idea ?
THX
1 month 3 weeks ago #1 by Pierfrancesco

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  • Posted by TemplatePlazza (5193) Offline
Hi what is your website url?
1 month 3 weeks ago #2 by TemplatePlazza

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simmetriainstitute.it/it/
THis is the test site . But in HOME page there is the ISSUE...
1 month 3 weeks ago #3 by Pierfrancesco

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  • Posted by TemplatePlazza (5193) Offline
Hi, try this one 
.mfp_carousel_skin_default .mfp_block_title {
    display:none!important;
}
1 month 3 weeks ago #4 by TemplatePlazza

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This new code seems to works fine.
THX a lot.
But the bug will be solved in the next realease ?
If YES, when ?
P.
1 month 2 weeks ago #5 by Pierfrancesco

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  • Posted by TemplatePlazza (5193) Offline
Hi, it's not actually a bug but a feature. Some users want the module title to be placed symmetrically inside the module wrapper on the left side to achieve a more symmetrical look, especially when there are a lot of modules published on one page. Typically, having the default Joomla module title published will leave margin below it. So, with this option available, you can choose between having the standard Joomla module title or having the module title inside it. Please refer to the screenshot to see what I mean.


You might be wondering why we didn't make this option (to hide and show) available in the module backend. We decided to keep the module parameters tidy and simple, avoiding bloating them with too many options. If you want to make some simple custom adjustments, simply add CSS adjustments. If you need more advance layout adjustment, then use template override 
 
1 month 2 weeks ago - 1 month 2 weeks ago #6 by TemplatePlazza
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