Support » Plugin: CleanPrint » Removing CleanPrint icons from my home page

  • Resolved Salunyar



    I have installed cleanprint on my work’s website (i’m not allowed to make it publicly viewable yet), and I have changed the Home Page setting from “Include” to “Exclude” in the CleanPrint Settings page, but cleanprint shows on my home page.

    I’ve checked my other plugins dn conditional tags to make sure the problem isn’t there but I can’t figure out how to fix this problem.

    Can you please help me?

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  • If you can identify its ID, you can use custom CSS to hide it:

    .home #cleanprint {display:none;}

    #cleanprint is only a guess; I’ve never used this plugin. Use the Firebug addon for Firefox to nail it down.

    Plugin Author johncadams


    The plug-in uses the is_home() function to determine which is the home page. For more details see:

    Thanks for your suggestions. This is my first website so I’m really a bit lost here!

    I’ve read the conditional tags and home function references a million times but it’s like I’m reading a foreign language. So my best bet is using a custom CSS to hide it. I installed the Firebug plugin and this is what it fed back to me:

    div style=”text-align:right;”

    a title=”Print page” href=”.”
    img src=””

    a title=”PDF page” href=”.”
    img src=””

    a title=”Email page” href=”.”
    img src=””

    Does that mean “cleanprint-exclude” is the ID? but when I insert .home #cleanprint-exclude {display:none;} it doesn’t change anything..

    Plugin Author johncadams


    The buttons unfortunately are neither ID’d nor class’ed but this should still work for the home page:

    .home .cleanprint-exclude {
    display: none;

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