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Collapser Remove Section Title?

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Is there a way to eliminate the section title all together? I would like to have the sections but with no section title or horizontal lines.

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@davemoppert thank for your help. 

 

@thinkmoore Sorry, no there is no way to do that at the moment,  that change need a total reimplementation of how all collapser works now. 

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What section are you talking about? This can be done by finding out the the id or class associated with the title and hiding it in CSS.  Show me where you are talking about and I can help you out.

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Sorry, I wasn't real clear. I am using the Collapser by tmeister and want to remove the Section Title with horizontal lines from the top of the collapser sections.

 

The site I am working on right now is:

 

http://healthandharmonyanimalhospital.com

 

At this time I have added the title: Quick Information - Click to Expand, but would like to get rid of that altogether and just have the collapser menus.

 

Thanks for your time!

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Posted · Report post

Try adding this CSS:

 

.collapser-block .block-title {
display: none;
}

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If you can't tell already I am still fairly new at this...can you tell me which page I can find that when editing the CSS?

 

Thanks

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Sure.

 

1) Log into your website.

2) Hover over Pagelines

3) Click on Site Options

4) Go to Custom Code

5) Paste the code into the CSS/LESS Rules

.collapser-block .block-title {
display: none;
}

 

6) Click Save Options

 

Should be good to go :)

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Thanks! I was making it too hard and looking in the edit CSS areas within Wordpress. I didn't even think about the LESS area.

 

Is there also a way to have them both start in collapsed view instead of the first one starting out expanded?

 

Thanks again!

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Posted · Report post

I've alerted the developer of this topic :)

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Posted · Report post

I understand. Thank you for the quick response!

 

Andy

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