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How to disable login form in offline / coming soon screen?

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Hi,
when my site is offline, I wish to display no login form in the front-end (under the countdown).

How can I do so?
Thanks for your help

12 Answers

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Do you want it like the screenshot below?
http://prntscr.com/r4kb9j
Then follow these steps
Extensions->Template->Template options->Basic->Coming soon->Enable it
http://prntscr.com/r4kdiw
-Best Regards
Mehtaz

Marco Ferracuti

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

yes, I need something like that, the problem is that enabling the coming soon screen conflicts with akeeba admintools component and gives a 403 error (there's a unsolved post about this issue).

The only way to display correctly the page is to put the site offline, but this makes the login form appear in the front-end.

What I'm looking for some tweak to the css to hide the form in the "site offline" page

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Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Do you want to remove this form? See the below screenshot
http://prntscr.com/r5454g
Then you have to give me the site URL. It can be easily solved by CSS
Thanks

Marco Ferracuti

More than a month ago #Permalink
I imagine, if you just can give me the css selector to apply the display:none (or such) and any other instructions, i would be glad to fix it myself...
Thank you

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes. But for this, I need the CSS class. Without looking at the site I can not do it.Or you can do it by yourself. Just inspect your browser and highlight the form portion find out the css class and put this css display:none
If you need any help then give me the site URL? Only site URL, not administrative URL. It would be better for me to solve it easily

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
I am not sure this is the css class of yours or not. Because without looking at the site it's a little bit tough to find out. Whatever I gave a css class. Try this custom css

.coming-soon-login {
display: none;
}

Thanks

Marco Ferracuti

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, it's the rental template default i guess...
Anyway here's the link: https://www.venicewatertaxi.com/

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Use this custom css

form#form-login {
display: none;
}

Thanks

Marco Ferracuti

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, I have already tried with that...
It doesn't work.

(I'm adding to the custom css in template options)

Mehtaz Afsana Borsha - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Did you try this way?
Note: Path towards custom CSS:
Extensions>Templates>Styles>
Click on your current default template name then choose Template Options.
Then find custom CSS within the custom code.
https://prnt.sc/pu705g
https://prnt.sc/pu70zn
In Extensions>Template> Template Options > Custom Code > Custom CSS please add this
If it does not work then give me your super admin access in my PM. It should work

Marco Ferracuti

More than a month ago #Permalink
yes, by the way.
I agree it should work :)
but unfortunately it doesn't.
This is what I have done before asking for support actually!


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