Let's see how we can remove the link to projects within a portfolio Divi created. The solution using CSS is simple, but let's see how they could be configured using the Divi builder.
This is an example of a portfolio created with Divi. If we move the mouse over each item the little hand and the project name is displayed. If we push the project page where we could see all the details of this will open. But what if we do not show the details of the project time and hide the link so the user can not reach the page?
Traditional CSS solution
The solution by CSS is simple. It would suffice to add style to our daughter wordpress template:
display: none! important;
Solution with custom CSS editor Divi
In the case of divi, the Custom CSS tab, you should add that style in two zones. In:
- Overlap Article: To prevent the image overshadows and blue circle not appear with the plus sign.
- Article title: Not the link that has the name of the project appears.
Here you can see in the picture how it would:
As you can see it is simple and we can change it when we please. This does not prevent the user can reach the page in question if you know the link.
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