Nav Bar Widget Removal

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Nav Bar Widget Removal

Postby buddhatunes » 13 Nov 2009, 20:49

Where or how can I remove all code relating to the widget on the navigation bar, and the search box? I would like the whole right area of the navigation bar clear of any code, not just hidden.

Also, is there an easy way to adjust the height of the fonts without having to go into the style sheet and do manually?

Thanks again for all your help,

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Re: Nav Bar Widget Removal

Postby sayontan » 13 Nov 2009, 20:59

A hidden sidebar is essentially one where there is no code invoked. Ditto for the hidden search box. There are several things you will have to delete if you want to physically remove all the code. Currently I don't have the time to dig in and find out all the places, because removing one piece might break some other functionality, and then I would have to handle support queries for the broken/inconsistent functionality.

To answer your second question, if by "style sheet" you mean the "Custom Styles" option, the answer is "no".
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