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Test List Element
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  •  6
    Ginger started the conversation

    Is there a way to remove the "extra" field of data from the text list element, in one location, not site wide? 

    See attached image, I"m not using the "extra" field for data, but it still takes up the space.  I'd like for the text to fill all the way over to the right margin.

    Thanks!

    Ginger

    Attached files:  textlist.PNG

  •  440
    Gabriel replied

    Sure, use this code:

    #section_5ZtkF .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-9 {
        width: 100%;
    }
    #section_5ZtkF .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-3 {
        display: none;
    }

    You will need to replace the section ID with your own.

  •  6
    Ginger replied

    Thanks! Do I need to leave the # at the beginning of the section ID?  

  •  440
    Gabriel replied

    Yes. Just change the ID.

  •  6
    Ginger replied

    This is what I'm using, where the section id for the "text list" element is: dpclist, and it doesn't seem to be working.  I tried it with and without "section_".

    I do have the text list element inside of a collapse element.  Could that be the problem?

    #section_dpclist .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-9 {
        width: 100%;
    }
    #section_dpclist .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-3 {
        display: none;
    }

    Attached files:  dpclist.PNG

  •  440
    Gabriel replied

    Code should look like this:

    #dpclist .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-9 {
        width: 100%;
    }
    #dpclist .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-3 {
        display: none;
    }

    Tested on my end and it works fine. Make sure you have all cache flushed and disabled. Let me know if it works.

    Collapse shouldn't cause any problem.

  •  6
    Ginger replied

    Hey Gabriel - I just got around to trying this code, and it still doesn't seem to be working.  I did clear cache and it's disabled.  This is what I'm seeing on my end, is that what you saw when you tried it, or did the text go all the way to the end of the dashed line?  I added a yellow highlight to show where I'm trying to get the text to fill. 

    Attached files:  textlist2.PNG

  •  440
    Gabriel replied

    Hi Ginger, can you share the website link so I can check?

  •  6
  •  440
    Gabriel replied

    I think the ID changed, that's why it's not working. I tested with this in the browser and worked fine:

    #DUCBD .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-9 {
        width: 100%;
    }
    #DUCBD .hc_text_list_cnt .col-md-3 {
        display: none;
    }
  •  6
    Ginger replied

    Thanks Gabriel!  I was using the ID for the Text List element instead of the container it was in.  Made the change and it is working now.  Thanks again for your awesome support.