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adesouza    0
adesouza

Hiya!

 

Anyloop has been working great for me, but I've been dealing with a slight problem in getting it to "hide things".

In grid view, on a non-Pockets page, I would like to have the "Comment Link" not show. I select the "(Turn Off) Hide the Comment Link" checkbox in the pages meta settings and hit save, but after the page reloads the checkbox is no longer selected. 

 

Here's a link:

 

http://varsity.wpengine.com/about-varsity/

 

I'm having the problem with the staff boxes about halfway down the page.

 

Thanks!

 

Allegra

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You have it set globally (under page options) which is why you see (Turn Off). What you're doing is reversing what you've set globally.


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adesouza

Okay, I see what's happening. I had the name wrong. I'm trying to turn off the box w/ arrow icon in the corner that opens up the sharing bar, not the "comment bar".

is there a way to do this?

 

Thanks.

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Not currently, there isn't an option to turn that off but you can probably hide it with CSS.


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adesouza

yup... a little css display: none did the job

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