[Resolved] Hiding Grid Containers on Tablet and Mobile

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  • #1536742
    Website Psychiatrist

    Is there / there needs to be a way to hide a grid containers when switching to tablet or mobile. I’m finding the grid layout to be extremely powerful, but there are times where elements that are used in the desktop version just really don’t need to show up in tablet or mobile.

    I thought GP might have already accounted for this, so I tried setting the container width to zero in tablet, but let’s just say the results weren’t what I was hoping for! 🙂

    Frankly, if I’m making a wish list, I could see being able to hide grid container on Desktop, too. Depending on the layout, I could see custom building a grid container for each screen.

    Thanks!
    Bill

    #1536756
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Would the built-in hide-on classes help with this?
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/responsive-display/#using-our-hide-on-classes

    If not can you link me to the page in question?

    #1536761
    Website Psychiatrist

    Wow! That was fast!

    If I’m understanding “hide-on” correctly, it looks like it’s just hiding content in a container. I’m talking about hiding an entire container. I’m envisioning where you pick the container’s width for each screen, you can check a box that says “hide”

    Here’s an example of what I’m experimenting with.

    On this page:
    https://dev.cincsolutions.com/night-at-the-races/

    The container with the black background with the stylized “C” could just be dropped in tablet and mobile.

    Thanks,
    Bill

    #1536815
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    If I’m understanding “hide-on” correctly, it looks like it’s just hiding content in a container.

    Not sure if I fully understand, if you add the class to the container itself, then the entire container should be hidden.

    Can you try this for the black container with a C?
    https://www.screencast.com/t/w8rgAqFN04a

    #1536835
    Website Psychiatrist

    I apologize. I saw this:

    <div class="hide-on-mobile hide-on-tablet">
        Content here will only display in Desktop
    </div>

    and my brain translated that into only working inside of a content block.

    I added “hide-on-mobile” in the “CSS Classes” field under the advanced settings for the container and it worked exactly as I had hoped.

    You’ve made me all the more sure that I did the correct thing by planning on doing all future development with Generate Press.

    Thanks!
    Bill

    #1536896
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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