TOPIC: Remove / edit css on elements only on frontpage
Remove / edit css on elements only on frontpage
14 Nov 2014 15:12 #5788
Hey, and thanks a lot for this nice template.
I'm making a webpage and here I would like to remove the lines and back to top elements only on the frontpage. I've tryed making a custom class suffix only for the homepage and the adjustsments I do with the css (like changing font-size, color etc) works fine. However I cant seem to figure out how to manipulate the elements on the page part from this blog-featured class I've assigned my menu class suffix to.
As I said I'd like to remove left and top line from the frontpage, and preferably also the back to top button. So I wonder, how can this be done? I thought the class suffix I made for the menu item would work together with other divs and classes displayed on the frontpage. But as far as I can understand there must be something I've missed out in order to make it work.
Hope someone understand my issue:
To sum it up:
How to remove / edit css on specific elements (only) in the templates frontpage?
Re: Remove / edit css on elements only on frontpage
17 Nov 2014 08:38 #5798
Thank you for the tip. However this doesnt really solve my issue. When I add display: none; on the div.cholder-inner, the whole article field disappears on all pages. Which is unerstandable. As I tryed to specify: I would like to change some parts of the layout only for the frontpage.
For this, I understand I could use something called menu class suffix. What I really havn't figured out, is how this works in practice.
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