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Hide modules on mobile-tablet / new logo on mobile version

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I have 2 issues with the news III template using joomla 2.5

1. First of all i have disable the logo through the administrator template manager panel, becouse my customer wanded to appear it only in a few pages
So i have created a new one using a custom module. But i have a problem with the mobile and tablet view. Is there a way to appear a new smaller logo for those views (tablet, mobile) through css ??? pls add me some code example.

2.Also i have created a new position #sp-logoright and #sp-top_ad(top right and top left on the page) where i call a flash player module.
Also in the tablet and mobile view i have a problem. I want to hide them. I tried the hidden-phone , hidden-tablet but dosen't seem to work.
Moreover in the template.css i have insert the following code but noothing happens!!!

/* Mobiles */
@media only screen and ( max-width: 480px ) {
#logoright{display :none !important; }
#sp-top_ad{display :none !important; }

/* Tablet Devices Resizing */
@media screen and (min-width:481px) and (max-width: 959px) {
#logoright{display :none !important; }
#sp-top_ad{display : none !important; }

I really need to disapper them, there is no need the users to see the Get ADOBE flash player icon!!!

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any answer??? pls!!!!

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