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    How do I delete the like button that shows in all posts as we want to encourage conversation

  • #2
    I believe you'd have to get a CSS code to put in your template on the site builder to hide it. If no one helps you by tonight I'll figure it out.

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    • #3
      Try adding this to your custom CSS in site-builder
      Code:
        li[id^='vote'] {
        display: none;
      }


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      • #4
        Oh man, you just beat me Replicant.

        I used this and it worked. I also tried out Replicant's and that worked as well.

        Code:
        /*Removes Thanks Icon, Text, and Count Bubble*/
        .b-post-control__bubble-flyout-container
        {display:none;}

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        • #5
          Thanks guys.

          This is going to sound like a stupid question but where do I find the site builder and exactly where I need to put the code.

          I am only a dumb fitter machinist by trade and old historic truck driver lol

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          • #6
            Here you go. Put "site-builder" in the search on that page and it will give you a good rundown on how to use it.
            It has pictures and everything.

            vBulletin Manual


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              Flash04jv commented
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              Man you are fast :-)

          • #7
            It's not a dumb question, I asked the same thing. Log into your forum with admin. At the very top right, it says Edit Site On/Off, click it to turn it on. Some more options show to the left side. Click the one that says Style.

            It will probably prompt to enter your password again.

            Then click CSS Editor in the little tab that pops up below the Style tab.

            From the drop down, select Default VB5 Style, or the Style you want to add the CSS to.

            Then just copy and paste the codes into that white sheet area. Hit save and see if it worked. Just be very careful of what you out in this area, I wouldn't put some crazy thing you find on Google in there, you don't want to damage your site.

            I like to name all my codes and space them out so they stay organized. You can give them descriptions by using this /* text goes here */ whatever you type in there won't be used as a code, its just for reference. You can see how I used it in the code I posted above.

            Let us know if it works!

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            • #8
              Thank you both I had clicked on the style section and thought no I was happy with that "didn't look/see the CSS tab before" found it now ok will go experimenting and let you know how I go.
              Last edited by Historic Trucks; Fri 11 Dec '15, 1:07pm.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by Replicant View Post
                Try adding this to your custom CSS in site-builder
                Code:
                 li[id^='vote'] {
                display: none;
                }
                Replicant thank you this worked fantastic

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                • #10
                  Moved question to new topic
                  Last edited by Historic Trucks; Tue 15 Dec '15, 10:51am.

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