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Looking for the css code to eliminate callout button.

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Rob    547
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Using Firebug or Chrome's Inspection Tool,  find the element you wish to hide and simply apply

display:none;

inside the element's CSS (within the curly brackets {}).

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Thank you for the reply Rob,

 

I apologize as I am not familiar with this css. The item is class="callout_action rtimg". would you have any idea on what to put in the style.css

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Do you have Firebug? If not, it's a free add-on for Firefox. http://www.getfirebug.com

 

Do you mean the Read More button?  If so, that element is controlled by the Callout settings in the page's PageLines Meta Settings. Simply remove the words "Read More" from the settings and there will be no button.


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Rob,

 

Thank you. Yes this is what I need deleted..

 

I have firebug installed but no idea on how to use it.

 

 

<div class="callout_action rtimg">
<a class="btn btn-warning btn-large" href=""/>
</div>
 
 
I took your advice and deleted the read more but now i have a very small blank box. 

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I GOT IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you....

 

 

This is the code to put in the style.css. I put it in the customization plugin...

 

 

.callout_action.img.rtimg {
        display:none;
}
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