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Can anyone give me the code for hiding Blog top bar to prevent flagging...

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by FadeToBlack, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. FadeToBlack

    FadeToBlack Junior Member

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    Hey ,

    I know I have seen this here somewhere but i cant find it and i really need to get that code to hide the top bar of the blog. Please help guys!!!! :(
     
  2. whodi

    whodi Junior Member

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    google

    "removing blogger toolbar"
     
  3. teenmoney

    teenmoney Regular Member

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    Put this above the </head> tag

    Code:
    #navbar-iframe {height:0px;visibility:hidden;display:none}
     
  4. succesir

    succesir Newbie

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    This is not my video but it will show you how to do what you are asking about.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4dWN9i6BT4
     
  5. FadeToBlack

    FadeToBlack Junior Member

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    Thanks a lot guys :) Message too short......
     
  6. netmktg

    netmktg Newbie

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    Google has caught up to this and it no longer works; they are inserting the style info for #navbar-iframe outside the <head> tag

    #navbar-iframe { display:block }

    Since Google is inserting #navbar-iframe style definition AFTER your style definition, so their style takes effect and Navbar is not hidden
     
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  7. netmktg

    netmktg Newbie

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    Hey guys...I got thinking after reading my own post :eek:

    I just tried something and it worked... by putting the style def for #navbar-iframe AFTER the <body> tag and not inside the <head></head> section


    <style type="text/css">
    #navbar-iframe {height:0px;visibility:hidden;display:none}
    </style>
     
  8. djhickory

    djhickory Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    does this still work?