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Is there any way to remove or hide the file name of photos and videos?!

It´s terrible to open the photo details and see "234245DSC.jpg" at photo page...

Topics: photo, photos
Last update on August 27, 11:12 pm by Daniel Alonso.
#7

At the end of theme css, using theme editor...

#8

At the end of theme css, using theme editor...

Scheinwelt-Media
#9

what theme is it?

Material theme

Sorry, i´m using bootstrap theme.

Material

JohnJr
#13

It funny how I just found this and I wasn't looking for it.  I am at the moment having the same issue with the material theme and CSS.  But it is odd since the old stuff I entered into the CSS editor is working but I just tried to add something new and it doesn't seem to work...even added !important but that doesn't help either.

JohnJr
#14

Yeah, they screwed something up in this last update.  I just took my CSS changes out and refresh the screen and it removes all my updates (which is correct) but then I pasted those CSS changes back and updated again and now they don't show.  But here is my stupidity part.  I thought I could maybe switch to the bootstrap theme and then switch back which may clear the issue...nope.  Now I can't even get the material theme back.  I don't even know why I try sometimes.

JohnJr
#15

So I was able to get back to my Material Theme Clone.  Although it saves your CSS updates you put in there.  It is not actually calling that file I am guessing.  I even added back all my updates to the Main Material Theme and again nothing.  I know positively that it worked because I still had one tab with all my css changes still on the screen until I refreshed...poof all gone for now :)

JohnJr
#16

 So it looks like to me the CSS editor is no longer updating the auto.css file.  Can someone verify this before I post it on GitHub?

Paul Kellow
#17

The great thing is too hide photo and video name and details anywhere...

How can i disable this information in everypage?!

You can hide the info by adding css styles in AdminCP > Appearances > Themes > Edit Theme > CSS. For example: to hide photo title in Photo Details page, you can add following CSS:

.core-photos-view-title.header-page-title.item-title {display: none;}

 

After saving changes, you will need to rebuild Core theme and Clear cache to see updates on the frontend. Please try it out.

Last update on March 21, 2:58 am by Paul Kellow.
Paul Kellow
#18

 So it looks like to me the CSS editor is no longer updating the auto.css file.  Can someone verify this before I post it on GitHub?

CSS changes will be saved to autoload.less file. Thus, you need to rebuild core theme after making changes.

JohnJr
#19

Paul,

Are you saying the CSS editor is working after this last update?  I will check autoload.less file (good name...autoload).  Right after I did the update, nothing seems to stay in the CSS editor.  Maybe a permission file/folder issue.

YouNetCo
#20

Dear Daniel Alonso,

Has your problem solved? I followed the guidance of @Paul Kellow; it worked perfectly. If you need to hide "dimensions" and "filesizes", please follow below

Add this CSS style at the end of CSS Editor

#photo-detail-view .item-size {display: none;}

Clear Cache at "AdminCP >> Maintenance >> Cache Manager" to take effect.

Then let us know the result on your side.

Kind Regards,

YouNetCo

JohnJr
#21

I just used a fresh install testing a bug issue with YouNetCo so I checked the CSS Editor and it is working on this fresh site...so I must have goofed up something.  Sorry to waste your time.