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Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code

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Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code JLW 6/28/12 10:54 AM
First off, awesome product - really loving this.

It strikes me that this could be an incredibly simple carousel as well. With this in mind, is there any way of removing the lower timeline (without having to go into the code - I'm using the Google docs version)?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Cheers,

Jonty.
Re: Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code Zach Wise 6/28/12 12:09 PM
There will be a Slider only version coming out soon.
Re: Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code Dan Brown 7/2/12 7:01 AM
Without going into the code?

If you want to not touch the javascript, then do it through the CSS.

assets/timeline.css
Find: #timeline .navigation and add display:none;

Simple.
Re: Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code annaweb 12/17/12 7:14 AM
But how do I get to the CSS?
Re: Removing the lower timeline without delving into the code Chris Spurgeon 12/20/12 2:17 PM
If you're hosting the files yourself, you should have installed a file called "timeline.css". You'll want to make the changes in there.  Adding these lines at the end of that file should hide the navigation.

If you're just embedding the timeline, try adding these changes to a stylesheet for the page...


     .vco-timeline .vco-navigation { display:none !important; }
     .vco-storyjs .vco-feature .slider, .vco-storyjs .vco-feature .vco-slider {  box-shadow: none !important; }

In both cases it won't expand the main content area down to fill the space normally taken up by the nav, it will just hide it.