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Mistylook - can I hide the child-page field?

  1. Greetings!

    I just recently started setting up a homepage here on WP. Upon upgrading and editing the CSS I came across an issue which I'm curious about however it's possible to resolve or not.

    If you go to to the bottom of this page http://felixmeijer.com/gallery/ you'll notice the text saying "This page has the following sub pages.", and then a list of the child-/sub pages.You'll also notice 3 images above forementioned field, all leading to the sub pages listed at the bottom.

    Out of esthetic preferrence I would like to hide/remove the text area, leaving people with the images to click, should they want to browse one of the sub pages.

    I searched the relevant CSS for phrases like sub, page and child, but found nothing which seemed to be related to the field. I also checked the forum, and found that in most themes this or similliar things are not possible, but it felt like a dumb idea not to ask :J

    Any help would be greatly appriciated, even if only to confirm that it cannot be done.

  2. I would like to hide/remove the text area

    you mean the "This page has the following sub pages." part?

  3. oh, I think I get what you mean. You want to remove that part and the list of child pages. right?

  4. Okay, assuming that's what you want, try this code:

    #post-70 .post-info, #post-70 ul {display: none;}

    See if that's what you wanted.

  5. That worked like a charm, and didn't remove other mother-pages' child-page lists. (which is exactly how I want it)

    Thanks for the swift and accurate support, devblog!

    /highfive

  6. Sure thing. Glad it worked.

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