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hide the navigation links and header on a page


blancab

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Add the following to Design > Custom CSS.

.homepage .header-nav {

  display : none;
  
  }

This is for v7.1.

Upon hiding the navigation I assume you'll want to provide another way for your visitors to get deeper into the site? If so you'll want to add buttons or links somewhere on the page. Or perhaps make the whole image a link. We may be able to help with that once you decide how you want people to get in.

If you need to hide other elements on the homepage that should be doable also.

Let us know how it goes.
 

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6 hours ago, blancab said:

Yws, I want to provide aonther way for my visitors to get deeper. I think Button can totally work. Do you know how can I do it?

Edit the page and add button blocks as needed. You'll need to fiddle with the layout settings to get the buttons positioned in a pleasing manner.

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Thanks Creedon, I already did it. I have one more question, Is the last one!

I really like how this " homepage" looks in the computer, but looks terrible in the phone. I wanted to ask if you know if it's possible to have a fix image in the phone so I design one for vertical space , in the computer we can see it horizontal, as it is.

Thanks!

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@blancab

One way you might do it is to use two page sections. One for desktop, which you have. And another for mobile. Then with CSS you could swap in the desired page section for desktop or mobile.

I suggest starting with duplicating your landing page, add a page section below the desktop page section. In the new page section design for mobile. Once you're happy with how that page section looks, let us know. We should be able to provide CSS to swap sections in/out.

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Hi Creedon,

Thanks again for your help. I already did what you suggest. I duplicate my landing page, put it below ( call << mobile) and add the design thai I want. I attached a screenshot. If it's ok, i m ready for your CSS help.

Thanks!

 

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On 9/28/2021 at 4:10 PM, blancab said:

Good Morning,

Here You have the link:

https://apricot-cow-wepf.squarespace.com/page-1-1

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