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Hey all of you,

I am using the Five-Template and trying my luck making it multilingual.For that I followed Penias tutorial and it works for non mobile devices.

I used the snippet : collection.ID #mobile-navigation ul li:nth-child(even) { display:none}It seems to work for the main navigation so far but as soon as I click a folder all the blank links appear.

Does anyone of You have a solution for hiding elements from active-folder?

-FolderLink1blankLink2 blankLink3blank

Kind regards,Passik

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On 2/21/2016 at 9:47 PM, passik said:

Hey all of you,

I am using the Five-Template and trying my luck making it multilingual.For that I followed Penias tutorial and it works for non mobile devices.

I used the snippet : collection.ID #mobile-navigation ul li:nth-child(even) { display:none}It seems to work for the main navigation so far but as soon as I click a folder all the blank links appear.

Does anyone of You have a solution for hiding elements from active-folder?

-FolderLink1blankLink2 blankLink3blank

Kind regards,Passik

I think it's possible but you may need to show us the current url with implementation for the correctly css snippet

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