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[Resolved] How to hide the No Image placeholder image when no images are allowed

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  • Plugin Author awpcp

    @awpcp

    Hi Pete,

    I thought I’d find this in the Images tab under Settings, but I didn’t. Let me ask my developer if this got moved or removed.

    You can always use custom CSS to do it. Here is an article about how to use custom CSS with AWPCP in a way that doesn’t get overwritten on upgrade of AWPCP: http://awpcp.com/forum/faq/how-to-use-custom-styles-with-awpcp/

    What css would it be? I’ve tried to hide it by css but haven’t had any luck.

    Plugin Author awpcp

    @awpcp

    Looks like we don’t have a setting, but I do have some CSS you can use here:

    #classiwrapper .displayaditemseven img, #classiwrapper .displayaditemsodd img {
        display: none;
    }

    Use the link I gave you above to create the file in the right place so you don’t get it deleted on upgrade. 🙂 We plan to add the automatic hiding of that placeholder if images are turned off in future releases.

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