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How to remove "Forums" of board index

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  1. Go to ACP
  2. Go to your theme
  3. Click on "Edit HTML and CSS"
  4. Search for "custom.css"
  5. Aplicate this code and save:
  6. body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }
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On 12/6/2015 at 4:30 PM, Valerie said:
  1. Go to ACP
  2. Go to your theme
  3. Click on "Edit HTML and CSS"
  4. Search for "custom.css"
  5. Aplicate this code and save:
  6. body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsPageHeader{ display: none; }

This is actually 

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsType_pageTitle{ display: none }

so it leaves the div class intact with ipsClearfix and ipsSpacer_bottom, this leaves a space between widgets above the "Forums". ;)

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thanks glad I found this. as it was annoying me so thanks for sharing this.

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Just want to add a little info here witch i think might be a little better

when removing the forums from the header

to do this you will need to find the index section of your theme and look for this

<h1 class='ipsType_pageTitle'>
		{lang="forums"}
	</h1>

and remove it

 

this would only hide the forums

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsType_pageTitle{ display: none }

as i sed above it would completely remove the h1 from your header

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10 hours ago, mr-pimpen said:

Just want to add a little info here witch i think might be a little better

when removing the forums from the header

to do this you will need to find the index section of your theme and look for this

<h1 class='ipsType_pageTitle'>
		{lang="forums"}
	</h1>

and remove it

 

this would only hide the forums

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsType_pageTitle{ display: none }

as i sed above it would completely remove the h1 from your header

Instead of editing any html, you can remove all page headers using part of the code that was already included by another member:

.ipsType_pageTitle{ 
  display: none; 
}

 

Edited by Testmyluck

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20 hours ago, Testmyluck said:

Instead of editing any html, you can remove all page headers using part of the code that was already included by another member:

.ipsType_pageTitle{ 
  display: none; 
}

 

that only hide it will still be there as h1 forums thats why i have add my info to removing it the best way so you would not have the h1 in  the header

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On 30/1/2016 at 2:05 AM, Mr.Wright said:

This is actually 

body[data-pagemodule="forums"][data-pagecontroller="index"] .ipsType_pageTitle{ display: none }

so it leaves the div class intact with ipsClearfix and ipsSpacer_bottom, this leaves a space between widgets above the "Forums". ;)

Thanks!

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On 4/3/2018 at 12:59 AM, mr-pimpen said:

that only hide it will still be there as h1 forums thats why i have add my info to removing it the best way so you would not have the h1 in  the header

You're right. I was only grabbing the actual title, not the page header as a whole.

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