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Hide Elements From Blogger Dynamic View

Hide Elements From Blogger Dynamic View

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Today’s post is a treat for anyone who uses Blogger’s dynamic view template. It’s a simple Blogger trick from Troy Astle that involves a little CSS tweaking,  which allows you to hide specific web page elements like the search bar, the dynamic view switcher, and the like.

Since you can’t just edit the HTML when you’re currently using dynamic view, you can still modify the CSS using the template designer.

  • On your dashboard, under the “Design” page, go to the “Template” tab and click on “Customize”.
  • Choose “Advanced”, and on the list, scroll down to click on “Add CSS
  • Once there, simply add any of the following CSS codes to hide select elements in your Blogger page:

To hide the search box at the top right:

/* Hide search */

.header-bar #search{ display: none !important; }
To hide the dynamic view switcher:

/* Hide the views on the main page */

#views { display: none !important; }

/*Hide the vertical bar from before the first page link */

#pages::before { border-left-width: 0 !important;}

To hide the gadget dock (on the right side of the page):

/* Hide the views on the main page */

#views  { display: none !important; }

You can see the other CSS codes on how to hide the other elements in Troy’s article.

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  1. Fishbuuk says:

    Wow and thanks for the tricks, I don’t know that the configuration is so simple.

  2. Caique says:

    Hey man! Thanks for the help. I just want to know one more thing: I adjusted my blog to be on Flipcard view, but I want it to start ordered by label, and I don’t want users to be able to change it (hide these options too). Can it be done?

    Thanks again!

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