Hide a Project Panel Item for Specific Project Pages

Last Updated: Aug 27, 2018
Note: We do not provide support for hacks, so use them at your own risk. If you're not comfortable with coding, we recommend against using this workaround.

To hide individual projects from the Project Panel, you can use some simple CSS. Let's say for example we want to hide a project thumbnail in the Project Panel ONLY when viewing that project. Here's how to do it:

1. First, we need to grab the ID number for the project you want to hide. You can do this by opening Chrome's Inspector tool and hovering over that specific project in the project panel. Here is an article explaining how to use the Inspector tool.

2. Once we have the ID value (in this example, we'll use 'project-177') we can place this line of code under the Branding tab CSS editor for that page:

#project-177 {display: none !important;}

This will hide the project in the project panel on that specific page only. You can use this method to hide whatever projects you like!
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