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537308596_Inactive (New Admin) 7/20/2007 3:38 PM EST : Blocking GP's Navigation

537308596_Inactive
Posts: 1519
Zomgawsh Poster

Is there any way to block Guild Portal's standard navigation ( i.e. Home, forums, etc)?  I want to add my own links in next to my banner but I don't want Guild Portal's Navigation to repeat what I'm putting next to the graphic.  Thanks in advance!
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Bullarky (New Admin) 7/21/2007 12:42 AM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation
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Zomgawsh Poster

You should be able to accomplish this by using the advanced section in the styles area.  There is a subsection called Banner.  You can paste any HTML you want into this area.
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537308596_Inactive (New Admin) 7/21/2007 3:42 PM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation

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Posts: 1519
Zomgawsh Poster

I know how to add the links.  What I'm asking is if I can block Guildportal's standard navigation - like hide the "Home Roster Mail" etc.  And, if you are saying that you can block it from the banner area, then I have no idea what the code would be.  I guess I'll play around and see.  Thank you.
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Bullarky (New Admin) 7/22/2007 12:30 AM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation
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Zomgawsh Poster

Ok.. I know what you want now.

No there is no way to get rid of the links and still keep the pages in tacked.

The work around others have done is in the styles area, create a graphic for the navigation that is 1px x 1px large and of the same background color of your page.  The tabs will still be there, but will be invisible and almost impossible to click on.

Hope that helps!
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~Dealla~ (Guild Admin) 7/23/2007 6:30 AM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation

~Dealla~
Posts: 701
Zomgawsh Poster

Put this in the Custom CSS area:

.TabBar {
display: none;
}

This is what I did for my page.  I am using a custom javascript menu in the HTML banner area  Hope this helps.

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Bullarky (New Admin) 7/23/2007 7:10 AM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation
Bullarky
Posts: 969
Zomgawsh Poster

Woot!

I stand corrected... Thanks ~Dealla~!
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537308596_Inactive (New Admin) 7/25/2007 1:13 AM EST : RE: Blocking GP's Navigation

537308596_Inactive
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Zomgawsh Poster

You're both awesome.  Thank you very much
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