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  • How to Hide Mark Channels Read

    Hi - how do you hide "Mark Channels Read"? I read that you simply paste this code into the css_additional.css file and that's it, but it didn't work for me.

    .markchannelsread {display: none;}

    Is there another way to achieve? Thanks.

  • #2
    This works:
    Code:
    .markchannelsread {display: none;}
    However you might want to also remove the blank space it sits in:
    Code:
    .list-footer {display: none !important;}
    Doing the second one alone should be sufficient.
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    • #3
      Hi Mark - thanks for the quick reply. Unfortunately that doesn't work for me. Not sure why. Maybe we're looking at different things...I'm talking about the "Mark Channels Read" link next to "Today's Posts" and "Who's Online". It's not in the footer.

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      • #4
        Ah right...for the one at the top you just go into Site Builder > Navigation Bar and remove it from the sub nav bar.

        You probably do want to do my css edits though, otherwise you'll still have a link at the bottom of the forum index (it's not quite the footer).
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        • #5
          YES! Did both, thanks Mark! I can't believe I never checked the Nav Bar. Thanks for the help.

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