Is "title" always present in a query table layout?

Sorry if it’s super obvious. Just downloaded Logseq yesterday…

My query looks like this: {{query (property :arcana "Major")}}

My pages’ frontmatter/properites look like that:

arcana: Major

And my table ends up looking like this:

I don’t even see the title in the settings, so I’m confused:

Thanks for any pointer in the right direction! :man_bowing:

I’m going to say it’s a property syntax thing. I’ve never seen anything like this before.

Please read up on the proper way to define properties in Logseq here:

I’ve changed from the traditional frontmatter format with the 3 dashes to the newer recommended :: in the docs you linked to, but it didn’t change anything. I also re-indexed the graph for good measure but the “title” is still showing up.

At least now I know it’s not the expected behavior… Hopefully I’ll eventually figure it out.


Hmmm can you check in the file whether it has any query properties set?
It would look something like this:

- query-properties:: [:onderwerp :stadium :updates]

It’s a list of properties it would show in the query table. If it lists title over there, remove it and it should fix it.
If it doesn’t list title, I’d be at a loss myself lol.

The files don’t have any query-properties. I opened them in VS Code too, just to make sure nothing was somehow hidden.

The only thing I can think of is that it’s some kind of bug related to the fact that my graph is imported from Roam… :man_shrugging:

It’s not a huge issue… I just don’t like stuff I don’t understand :wink:

Thanks again for your help!

:flushed: now I’m at a loss too lol.

Right there with you!

That still would be weird though…
I wouldn’t know what was causing that. Especially after the re-index you did.
You could try to fully clear the cache and open the graph again.