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2013-01-09 12:10 pm EST

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Please see below. And thank you for your response. Please advise, what line on the style sheet are you looking at?

However if you want to hide that box from the css, in the column-left section, add the following code to the bottom:

display: none;

So, it will look like:

#column-left {
background: white;
position: absolute;
width: 130px;
left: -166px;
top: 0;
padding: 10px;
display: none;

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9,968 Points
2013-01-09 2:15 pm EST
Hello simonbk, and thanks for your question.

It looks like you'd want to modify the following stylesheet:


The line in question appears to be 64, and looks like this currently:

63 /* Left sidebar */
64 #column-left{background:#fff;position:absolute;width:130px;left:-166px;top:0;padding:10px}

Looks like you just want to tack on display: none; to the end of that. So it would end up looking like:

63 /* Left sidebar */
64 #column-left{background:#fff;position:absolute;width:130px;left:-166px;top:0;padding:10px; display: none;}

If you're using the cPanel code editor, you should be able to see the line numbers from there.

Let us know if you need anything else.

- Jacob

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