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Remove Header and Menu from a single page

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  • esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    Thanks… I did and still haven’t gotten any response from themealley?
    OH Well… Merry Christmas!

    Finally got a response from themealley. They will not help. said they only provide support on the existing features. Do not provide any help in customizing or changing anything.
    Is there anyone here that will help me?
    would be much appreciated!

    WPyogi

    @wpyogi

    Forum Moderator

    These forums don’t support commercial themes, but it looks like you can use CSS to hide those pieces on that page:

    .page-id-727 #logo_section_full,
    .page-id-727 #menu {
       display: none;
    }

    One method (and perhaps the easiest method) to get rid of elements on a single page is to use a plugin that lets you define custom CSS rules for individual pages.

    I recently used this one with good success: http://wordpress.org/plugins/rt-custom-css-page-and-post/

    Once installed, go to edit the page in the dashboard and there will be a new metabox for you to enter the css you need.

    This css code will hide the elements of your website you are seeking to remove (I discovered them by using a CSS inspector on your website and writing the custom rules), add it to the new metabox on the edit page:

    #logo_section_full, #menu {
     display: none;
    }

    Thanks for the input… is there a particular position this needs to go in css? Really appreciate you taking the time!

    WPYogi beat me to it. If you are using a child theme, or another custom CSS plugin, then his solution is a cleaner one than mine since it does not require the use of an additional plugin.

    It goes into CSS because you need to hide it and it allows for page specific method of doing it. They may other ways, but the overhead of those methods is going to be to time consuming for what you are trying to accomplish.

    WPyogi

    @wpyogi

    Forum Moderator

    Use Custom CSS (JetPack adds it if your theme does not have that as an option) – don’t modify theme files or they’ll be lost when the theme is updated.

    Thanks a Bunch! I’ll get on it now…and Merry Christmas / Happy New Year!

    The plugin is just what the doctor ordered! Worth adding the plugin, as I’m sure I’ll use it again! Thanks again Prometheus!

    Really hoping someone can help me out here and any help would be majorly appreciated.

    I am working on a website that I need to make the Menu go away on – but I am not able to. The page is http://openeyewellness.com/welcome/

    I have tried BOTH of the above mentioned methods adding several different pieces of code I found to the CSS in “Edit Appearance” at the bottom of the file then clicked on save. Desperate I added all of these at the bottom:

    in Fabricated Child Theme: Stylesheet (style.css)

    .page-id-738 #access {
    display: none;
    }

    .page-id-738 #menu genesis-nav-menu menu-primary {
    display: none;
    }
    .page-id-738 #nav-primary {
    display: none;
    }

    .page-id-738 #menu {
    display: none;
    }

    .page-id-738 #logo_section_full,
    .page-id-738 #menu {
    display: none;
    }

    AND I also installed the mentioned plugin and the code in the edit page area where the new plug makes the new box.

    What can I do to make this work?

    Trying to remove the header and menu buttons from this single page? the page is http://thelawcrestdemo.vaccipharmng.com/?page_id=9274. Can someone please help?
    Thanks!

    @jheuser and ozabro,
    You shouldn’t try to hijack someone else’s post, you should go start your own post.

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