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Post by Chocoladesnoepje on July 2nd 2015, 9:20 pm

Technical Details

Forum version : #phpBB3
Position : Founder
Concerned browser(s) : Google Chrome
Who the problem concerns : All members
Forum link :

Description of problem

Hi all,

Is there a way with javascript or CSS to completly hide the widgets on the left side, without disabeling them for use in other codes?

I am trying to add the user avatar next to the quick reply box so that would solve the problem too!

Thanks in advance!


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Post by Ange Tuteur on July 3rd 2015, 3:00 am

Hi @Chocoladesnoepje,

Depending on where the widgets are, you can use the following CSS rules to hide the columns.
Display > Colors > CSS stylesheet

Right column :
#right { display:none }

Left column :
#left { display:none }

As for the quick reply avatar, you can do the following. Firstly, add the following to your stylesheet :
#quick_reply { position:relative }
#quickAvatar {

#quickAvatar img {

Then go to Administration Panel > Modules > JavaScript codes management > Create a new script

Placement : In the topics
Paste the following code and click submit :
$(function() {
  var quick = document.getElementById('quick_reply'), avatar = document.createElement('DIV'); = 'quickAvatar';
  avatar.innerHTML = _userdata.avatar;
  quick && quick.insertBefore(avatar, quick.firstChild);

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Post by Jekac on July 14th 2015, 7:10 am

My forum is #phpBB2 , is there a code for doing it for this version too ? because i tried with this, and doesn't work, i think it's because of a type of a forum Smile

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