Thank you! I'm always a bit afraid with CSS that it's not working for viewers, so I tend to only use it for simple formatting and remove things I don't need from the tpl. But I suppose "display" is widespread enough. I saw a recommendation to use "visibility:hidden" as well to be sure that it works for everyone, but wouldn't that cause a conflict since it attributes a different behavior for the hiding?
I'm a bit outdated with my CSS background. When I learned it, half of the things didn't work in a lot of used browsers with the IE always needing an "extrawurst"
I really should refresh on that soon...
First of all, you should never edit the tpl files in the plugin directory because they will be overwritten in case of an update (to s9y if it's a core plugin or to the plugin itself).
I know, I know
But I edit other files in the plugin directories as well, e.g. some language files. So what I do is keeping a "modified plugins" folder in which I backup the ones I edited, document my changes in the files and when there is an update, I use xdiff to check for changes and eventually move my modifications to the new file. This way I also don't run into conflicts when the new tpl changes something affecting my changes - or at least, that's my logic
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