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Hide twisties on the Web

Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) you can easily hide those blue twisties when displaying a view with categorized columns on the Web.

Using Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) you can easily hide those blue twisties when displaying a view with categorized columns on the Web. Here is how to do this:

Create a form or page with an embedded view or use the special field $$ViewBody.

Edit the HTML head content of that form or page and enter the following HTML code:

 "&LTSTYLE TYPE=\"text/css\">  TABLE  A IMG {display:none} 
</STYLE>"

This simply tells the browser not to display images that appear inside the TABLE tag and that are also hot links. Domino displays a view on the Web into a table and twisties are hot link images. This will then leave any other images before or after the view intact.

This was last published in November 2000

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