Hello folks,

We're using the regular Ning text header (no image) and would like to remove or edit the header link. I cannot find where that is done, and haven't found anything similar on the ning forums.

Thanks for your insights!

Tags: edit, header, link, remove

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Hi Sanjoy,

I'm sure this has been answered before but try this CSS code:

#xg_masthead #xg_sitename { display:none !important; }

Hope that helps.

Hi Ron,

Thanks! But this removes the entire text. All I want is remove the hyperlink..

Cheers

Ok I see now, try using jQuery instead to modify its html and clear (no <a> tag):

<script>
x$("#xg_masthead #xg_sitename").html('Your site name here');
</script>

Just place that in your custom code--

Is it possible to tweak this custom code to make the header image direct to a different website? If so, how? 

I'm doing look-alike formatting on my Ning site and a different website so that I can use the Ning site as the social component of my other site. I want the header image on the Ning site to return to the main website homepage--not to the Ning home page. 

Thanks!
Melanie

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