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"Hide Forum from "Forum" module

Mike Wentworth 5 years ago • updated by Vladimir Mullagaliyev (co-founder) 4 years ago 7

Is there a way to hide forums from the module on the homepage, and create a custom module instead? Example "Blake's Blog" Now obviously I created a forum and named it that, but it's not meant to be a forum, so I hide it from forum module and create custom module called "Blogs" and enter "Blake's Blog" there instead. So we have blogs on our system too, just by crating new forums and not having them listed as forums.


Also is there a way to remove from tab header "Title forum/ Project name" and just make it Title - Forum instead?

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It's possible to completely hide forums list on the right side by adding following string in your custom CSS settings.


#m_forums {display: none;}

Then you can static html block on the right side and list only required ones in it.


The same is for breadcrumbs on the top. 

For example to completely hide it add:


#m_path {display: none;}


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It's possible to completely hide forums list on the right side by adding following string in your custom CSS settings.


#m_forums {display: none;}

Then you can static html block on the right side and list only required ones in it.


The same is for breadcrumbs on the top. 

For example to completely hide it add:


#m_path {display: none;}


Is there any other way to remove Forums module from the right without using CSS?
No, But if you still wants to hide it we can do it for you.
I added the string #m_forums {display: none;} in the custom css settings in the "Forum" tab, but the forums module is still visible. Did i make a mistake? I also want to hide the forums module.
We've hidden it for you.
The code for now is:

.module-forums{display: none;}
It still shows on my project too, I think -- but maybe I've done it wrong. Can you take a look?