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Resource Manager - remove description/version/tagline?

Discussion in 'Resource Manager Support' started by Ludachris, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. Ludachris

    Ludachris Well-Known Member

    I'm looking to do some customizing of a couple resource categories. I'd like to remove the Version field, the Tagline Field, and the Description field (mainly because I don't want to allow any special formatting or parsing). I plan to add a custom field for descriptions.

    Is this possible, and if so, what is the proper way to go about it?

    Also, is there a way to specify Image Upload dimensions or file types?
     
  2. florencia

    florencia Active Member

    did you ever got a reply? I also need to remove the version field, tagline...
     
  3. Ludachris

    Ludachris Well-Known Member

    No reply yet. I'll try and dig through the templates but it's tough when you don't have anything to go on, or without knowing if there's a dependency from another part of the script that will break if you start stripping stuff out.
     
  4. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    I haven't checked the code but it may be that you can't remove some of the fields from the templates when creating a resource as the php may require it.
    Hiding it from the view is simple enough though, either by editing the appropriate template or via CSS.
     
  5. Ludachris

    Ludachris Well-Known Member

    So long as it isn't going to be flagged as a required field I suppose. I'll try the CSS route. Thanks Brogan.
     
  6. Ludachris

    Ludachris Well-Known Member

    Curious Brogan, all the form fields have the same class (ctrlUnit), so if I'm trying to hide one row (label and input) how would I do that with CSS without hiding all the rows of the form?
     
  7. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Can you post a screenshot of which bits you are trying to hide?
    I can then look at the templates/CSS to determine how to do it.
     
  8. Ludachris

    Ludachris Well-Known Member

    Never mind, found it in the template... just did a display:none there. Duh.
     
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