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Online catalog using store page - removing info

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I am creating a catalog of sorts for an artist and they have prints they want to show but do not want to have an actual store/sell online. Using a shop page felt like the best option, allowing them to display all of their prints on one page and then when someone clicks on the piece they can see the details.

I found a post with some answers that have worked for what I am trying to do (remove button and price from a product). When using the code I found from the post, the product stock has to be set at 0 for the button and $ text to be removed. When you do this it shows the product as 'sold out'. Is there a way to remove the 'sold out' text on the details page via CSS? I found a hinky way on the main page by changing the text color to white - so if there is a CSS solution for that too I would like to change it also.

Here is a link to the site if that helps https://caper-dandelion-dmzp.squarespace.com/ password: emery 

Hopefully someone out there has an answer if not if someone could possibly direct me to the best place to go to find it I would appreciate it.


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@ashgirl2000 If you're only building a catalog and not planning to sell in the near future, using a shop page might not be a good idea (speaking from previous similar design experience). Shop pages can be limiting when it comes to design functionalities. You would find more flexibility if you use a portfolio page instead.

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@ashgirl2000 you can accomplish all of the same stuff here without setting things to sold out but this should get rid of the sold out text. If you set some to not sold out and want to point me to those products we can add some css for that too, then you don't have to worry about the inventory or pricing at all.

.products.collection-content-wrapper .grid-meta-status {
  display: none !important;


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@JayVanDyke- thank you for your help. Currently my clients does not want to sell online so these solutions work great! I honestly don't think they will change their minds (they are in their 70's and the idea of fulfillment does not sit well with them) 😀

thank you!!

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