By jeff g, August 25, in Templates or Design Questions. It seems I saw a TNG site somewhere that did that. More readin seems it does not help much with security that the info can be obtained by other methods?
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Hey people, Just in the middle of coding a website, but I don't want people to be able to see the URLs in the bottom left corner to do with the gallery section, but it aint really important why. I tried it, but while it does display my text in the corner, if I put the mouse over a link, it displays the URL. Thanks for that. It works up until I click on the pictures.
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A web design client of mine recently made a video for his business and uploaded it to YouTube. He wanted the video to be displayed on his website for customers to see. When I inserted the embed code, the video looked a little unprofessional with the bottom bar and YouTube logo. I wondered if there was a way to disable both.
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Is there a way to remove or deactivate the navigation links that appear at the bottom of the pages, activitiesetc.?? These can be VERY confusing for people, especially when a topic contains an activity or book with multiple sections and a person uses those bottom links instead of following through the activity itself. I have had several people complain of missing parts of an assignment because of clicking those bottom nav links and being taken to the 'next topic' instead of the next section of the activity. Of course this can be a process that is learned over time, but those links are serving no purpose for us and only add to confusion.