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Blogger Magic - Hiding The Blog Pager And Blog Feed Subscription Lines

One of the neatest magic tricks is to make something disappear, with just a flick of the wrist (whether or not holding a "magic" wand).

We see occasional requests to make template components disappear. Many times, we end up recommending editing the blog template. Sometimes, unwanted components are part of the post template - and we have to explain why editing the post template is not a good idea.

Some template components, when properly identified, can be made to disappear with the proper CSS rule. CSS rules can be added, using the Template Designer - and do not require editing the template.

Even better news, CSS rules added using "Add CSS" are persistent. Even changing the blog template - or resetting the post template - does not erase CSS rules, added using the Template Designer.

Two post template components, regularly requested for removal, are the "Blog Pager" caption lines
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and the "Post Feeds" caption
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To hide these components, a simple one line CSS rule is necessary, added using the "Add CSS" option in the Template Designer.

For the "Blog Pager" line:
#blog-pager {display:none}
For the "Posts Feeds" line:
#post-feeds {display:none}
As with any addition using "Add CSS" always precede and follow any added rule, with a blank line.

This trick, as with many magic tricks, is easier to do, than to explain. Was I to add this to my blog, I would have been done, long ago.

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Naeem said…
My blog: www.naeemabc.blogspot.com

No code is working for me. Can you please look into this? I tried putting that code in the CSS box but no changing.
Nitecruzr said…
Naeem,

I replied in the forum topic, which you started - and I'm waiting there, for your reply.

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