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Removing "Forums" title from index page

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To remove the "Forums" text on the index page, add the following to custom.css

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }
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I done it another way round, I didn't added the code in CSS, I removed it from another template

CSS modifications are easier to maintain during upgrades - but either method works.

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CSS modifications are easier to maintain during upgrades - but either method works.

wounding why they have it. Perhaps its there liking

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This has been tried for my site and doesn't work. It's for Dispersion and the custom css is this:

.row1, .post_block.row1 { background-color: #12110f; }

.row2, .post_block.row2 { background-color: #12110f; }

/*.unread {	background-color: #12110f; }

.ipsfocusBox {
    background-color: #12110f;
}

.ipsTable {
    background-color: #12110f;
}

#gradient_pause,
#gradient_play,
#gradient_grey,
#gradient_colour{ display: none; }

body {
    background-image: url("https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/91993917/city.jpg");
    color: #deddd9;
    background-color: #000000;
}

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }

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Ah, of course! My partner is totes embarrassed now. :P Thanks!

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Hi Ehren,

Im really sorry and i hope its not a silly question, however could you outline how to edit/find the custom.css to add this line into please?

Thank you.

in your admincp >> customizations >> themes >> far right of theme name click the Eddit HTML/CSS button >> CSS tab >> custom.css

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6 hours ago, maidos said:

@Ehren

can this be applied on downloads? by changing forum to downloads?

 

body[data-pageapp="downloads"][data-pagelocation="front"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }

 

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Hey there!

 

I have added this to Custom.css, although it has not changed anything.

It still displays:

Screen Shot 2017-01-18 at 6.39.23 PM.png

 

I am currently running the most recent version of IP Board.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

 

thank you, 

Tim

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21 minutes ago, Teh_Sheridan said:

Hey there!

 

I have added this to Custom.css, although it has not changed anything.

It still displays:

Screen Shot 2017-01-18 at 6.39.23 PM.png

 

I am currently running the most recent version of IP Board.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

 

thank you, 

Tim

Hi Tim,

You've mis-read this tutorial. This code removes the "Forums" title, which by default is near the top of your forum. A screenshot (from the IPS community) is shown as an example.

Before:

Screen Shot 2017-01-19 at 11.03.01 am.png

After:

Screen Shot 2017-01-19 at 11.03.14 am.png

 

I unfortunately do not have instructions to remove it from the <title> of your site, sorry!

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I had this working on the last version of Animate but with the updated version this line is no longer working.

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }

Ideas?

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It seems to be working fine for me still..

I tried checking your site but it said Server not found

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21 minutes ago, Ehren said:

It seems to be working fine for me still..

I tried checking your site but it said Server not found

Fixed the site address. Cheers

Edited by JMan
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3 hours ago, JMan said:

Fixed the site address. Cheers

You've failed to close your other css correctly.

This:

.cForumRow[data-categoryid="78"] .ipsType_sectionTitle:before{content:url(http://forums.hihbgaming.net/uploads/set_resources_27/conanex.png);

Should be this (notice the closing brace):

.cForumRow[data-categoryid="78"] .ipsType_sectionTitle:before{content:url(http://forums.hihbgaming.net/uploads/set_resources_27/conanex.png); }

 

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On 1/19/2017 at 2:04 AM, Ehren said:

I unfortunately do not have instructions to remove it from the <title> of your site, sorry!

I can help you with this.

I can help you with this.

Go to

ACP -> System -> Search Engine Optimization -> Meta Tags -> Add meta tags 

on field  Page Address write /

and on  Page Title  field put whatever you want as title;

then select  Meta Description  and write a short description about your website.

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Also I want to know if this is the final statement of Deflection bcs is doesn't look as the original one (3.x)

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make it to looks like the first one and of course I will buy it!

 

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Good day Ehren, I would like to remove the Forum title as well from Shift, I followed the instructions above and it also removed the "Start Topic" button as well. I am sure this tip may be out dated, has anything changed for 4.2 Shift? Thanks!

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9 minutes ago, Courtland said:

Good day Ehren, I would like to remove the Forum title as well from Shift, I followed the instructions above and it also removed the "Start Topic" button as well. I am sure this tip may be out dated, has anything changed for 4.2 Shift? Thanks!

Hello,

Removing the box will remove it's contents too, including the Start Topic button. This tutorial was intended for 4.1, not 4.2 :) If you want to remove just the text, this will work:

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader .ipsType_pageTitle{ display: none; }

 

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