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    Hi all,

    I was wondering if there is a way to use PHP to hide a div element on a certain page. (I’m using WordPress). I know the quick and easy way is this…

    php if(is_page(50) {
    style type=”text/css”
    #hidethisdiv {
    display: none;
    php } else { };

    However, I need to hide it completely, in other words, hide it from the source code as well. Does anyone know how I can accomplish this?

    I know the code is messed up above, but for some reason I coudln’t get the code to display properly here in the forums.


    I tried, but for some reason I tried to use the code on a post in WordPress and it didn’t work.

    I know WordPress has support forums but I have gotten 0 responses about this, so thought I’d try here.


    Basically what I’m trying to do is put this:

    on the homepage

    I have a wordpress query code, however I needed to just display everything that is just in the blue border. So I figure the only way to do that was to add an exception code in the post…but it wasn’t working when I queried.

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