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    Is there a (hopefully a shortcode) way to hide specific text, image.. or anything really, from a mobile phone browser, but display the content if it’s on a large screen?

    This would be awesome and I hope that it exists.

    Thank you in advance for your time,



    Hi KenH83!

    Please point out what exactly you would like to hide and post the link to your website so we can provide you custom css to do it




    Unfortunately the website in question is being hosted locally on my LAN on a virtual linux installation during it’s development.

    Is there any way that you could provide a tutorial as to how to hide some text or any object for that matter, given that I give a proper class property to the element?

    Hope this makes sense and thank you for your replies.




    You can add following code to remove slider when displayed on phone for example

    @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) { .logo { display: none; } }

    In chrome you right click and inspect the elements on your page and add desired class. Or you can post the link to your website when you launch it and we can help you


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