Footer in tabs

Forums Dynamic Forms for SharePoint Footer in tabs

This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Roelof Meijer 9 months, 3 weeks ago.

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  • #15295

    Roelof Meijer
    Participant

    I it possible to hide the footer that is shown in each tab. I mean the footer that consists of the content type, version, created and modified. See attached image.

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  • #15304

    AdamP
    Participant

    I’ve only ever done this inside a rule…
    In DFFS rules config there is a section for “Hidden headings or Elements”.
    In there I’ve got .ms-toolbar
    That’s the class I found by using developer tools to inspect DOM elements
    (Note this is for a SP2010 site – possible other versions are different)

    You could also use this same class in custom CSS to apply globally, but for us we only wanted to hide this for end users, admins still have visibility.

    • #15325

      Roelof Meijer
      Participant

      Thanks Adam. It is a good idea to use a rule for this. I learned from you that it is possible to use a rule to hide elements based on a classname

  • #15319

    Alexander Bautz
    Keymaster

    Hi,
    I think maybe hiding the ms-toolbar hides a bit to much as this class is used multiple places in the form. You can try hiding this class:

    $(".ms-descriptiontext").hide();

    From my tests it looks like this is only used for the parts you want to hide.

    Alexander

  • #15327

    Roelof Meijer
    Participant

    Thanks Alexander. It works perfect this way.

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