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7/5/2010 11:21 AM

How I can remove the help icon only in this module?

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7/5/2010 3:09 PM
If you are using the Feedback 05.00.00 Release Candidate, I have added a module.css stylesheet. Although it is not the most efficient means of removing the standard DNN help icon from the field labels, you should be able to add the following css rule to module.css:

div.FeedbackForm a>img {display:none}

If you are using the most recent Feedback release, v. 4.4.3, there is no module.css stylesheet included in the package and no FeedbackForm css class applied to the entire form. You should, however, be able to add a module.css file to the site's DesktopModules\Feedback folder with the following rule:

td.SubHead img {display:none}

I have not tested that against 4.4.3 so you may find that it is not specific enough.

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7/9/2010 2:20 AM
Perfect! Thank you!
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8/24/2011 12:57 PM
And if you use the narrow layout instead:

div.NarrowFeedbackForm a>img {display:none}
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8/31/2011 4:57 PM
The blue "help" icon is appearing under the end of each field label.

I'm running 5.0.2 and the module.css has div.FeedbackForm a>img {display:none} at the end of the file.

How can I remove, or better, align the icon to it's proper location?
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