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Remove arrows of gallery for content Helix

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Hello,

I do not like the layout of the default images of the articles in the Joomla content. So I use the option proposed by Helix in the articles by the location "gallery". Only, even if I place only one image, the navigation arrows appear (see attached image).
a) Is it possible to remove these arrows?
b) Is this action possible for a single article and not for all helix articles (because otherwise it would also remove arrows when there are multiple images).

I thank you for your help.
Sincerely

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3 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Why you use gallery if you use only a single image (I don't understand), maybe use "Standard" instead.
Anyway...
ad a) yes, using custom CSS you can hide them
ad b) yes, but you have to define this hack for each article separately in custom.css
so you have to know article ID in each case, check the source code of front-end

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Here is example code for article with ID 416

.itemid-416 .carousel-control-prev,
.itemid-416 .carousel-control-next {display: none !important;}

Jakeza

More than a month ago #Permalink
I thank you Paul.
Best regards


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