Support » Plugin: Juiz Last Tweet Widget » Metadata dashes won't go away

  • Resolved timpascal


    Using the jltw(w) function in a template. I removed unwanted parts of the output using the CSS:

    /* The different action links */
    .juiz_al_reply { display:none; }
    .juiz_al_retweet { display:none; }
    .juiz_al_fav { display:none; }
    /* The tweet metadata */
    .juiz_last_tweet_metadata { display:none; }  
    /* The baseline */
    .juiz_last_tweet_follow_us { display:none; }

    I am left with the dash (‘-‘) separators at the end of the tweet. How can they be removed?

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  • Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte



    You can use this code :
    .juiz_last_tweet_widget .juiz_last_tweet_inside .juiz_lt_content {border-bottom: 0;}

    Have a nice day.

    Thanks for the reply Geoff. It doesn’t look like a border problem to me. It seems to be a content problem. For example this tweet:

    Now #Hiring: #WebTAS FSE – #ColoradoSprings #jobs – –

    I want to remove the ‘ – -‘ at the end of the tweet. These are the separators for content that is no longer displayed and unfortunately they don’t seem to be styled by the classes that I’m hiding with ‘display:none;’. Perhaps you could wrap these separators with a class as well so that I could nuke em. Does that make sense?

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte


    Oh ok !
    Why using CSS if you are using template function?
    You can remove the links using :

    $jltw_args = array(
       'links' => false,

    If you want to use CSS only, you can do :
    .juiz_ltw_sep {display:none!important;}

    Have a nice day !

    Good point. In the template function, I changed ‘links’ to false and nothing happened. So I used your CSS fix and it worked fine. Thanks for your help.

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte


    Ok, thank you for the feedback.
    I’ll try to do some tests 😉

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