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Hi, there.

Im wondering if anyone could help me with hidding a field on my newsletter form.
Im trying with css to display none the filed but is not working.

Hugely appreciate any feedback.

 

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15 minutes ago, Candelabra said:

I'm wondering if anyone could help me

Please provide more details of what you want to achieve, and include a link to your site. If the site isn't live, we need you to set a password in the visibility settings and tell us what it is.

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13 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Please provide more details of what you want to achieve, and include a link to your site. If the site isn't live, we need you to set a password in the visibility settings and tell us what it is.

 Hi there, 

Thanks for your response. Im sorry this is the site: https://redbow.org.nz/coming-soon-v02
The page is enabled for now.

My client request is to hide Last Name field form the newsletter form. 
In addition to that, I do not know why, in some resolutions, the form is not showing and I have not changed anything in the media screen.

Thanks for your help. ☺️

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I couldn't find a Newsletter Block on this page.

However, here's a link to a post about this. You can only hide the last name if your site is on a business plan or above.

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On 11/12/2021 at 11:54 AM, paul2009 said:

 

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On 11/12/2021 at 11:54 AM, paul2009 said:

I couldn't find a Newsletter Block on this page.

However, here's a link to a post about this. You can only hide the last name if your site is on a business plan or above.

  If this post has helped you, please click a 'Like' or 'Thanks' icon below  ⬇️

Hi! I do have a business plan, the thing is where do I have to inject the code to make it work if it`s on a section not in footer.

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54 minutes ago, Candelabra said:

where do I have to inject the code to make it work if it's on a section not in footer.

You add it as described in the post.

Code is usually added to the hidden part of the site's footer because this means that it will load last - after the page content, including your Newsletter Block. It does not matter where the Newsletter Block is.

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