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    There is one page that I have open in a new window. I would like this page to not have the navigation menu displayed while the remainder of the site remains unaltered. I would like to force the user to close the window instead of trying to user their browers to go back which would create confusion in the particular way I have the site set up. Is there a way to do this?

    I also have a navigation widget in the footer. I would like to exclude this information from this one particular page as well, still leaving it to function for the rest of the site.




    Please inspect the site and look for the body class then you can do something like this on your custom.css

    .page-id-31 .main_menu {
    display: none;

    Noticed the .page-id-31? You can change that to the id of your page.

    You can also do that to your footer

    .page-id-31 #footer {
    display: none;




    Perfect. Is there a way to combine the css commands for multiple pages or do I have to put the full code for every page I want this applied to?

    Possible to make a Template and have a similar CSS command as above that just applies to the pages that use the template? Or is that crazy talk LOL.




    Hi Matthew,

    To combine the CSS you would simply add a , to the declaration like this:

    .page-id-31 #footer, .page-id-32 #footer {
    display: none;



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