Hiding Client-Visible Links

Introduction: In Gymini, there might be instances where you don't want certain links or elements to be visible to your clients. This can be achieved using custom CSS. This guide will walk you through the steps to hide a specific link in your Gymini interface.


  • Reasons to hide client-visible links.

  • Steps to implement the custom CSS.

  • Code snippet to hide the link.

Why Hide Client-Visible Links?

  1. Enhanced User Experience: Removing unnecessary or potentially confusing links can provide a cleaner user interface for your clients.

  2. Control Over Features: You might want to restrict access or visibility of certain features to maintain a specific workflow or user experience.

  3. Professionalism: Hiding backend or non-essential links can make your platform look more polished and professional.

Steps to Hide the Link:

  1. Accessing Settings: Start by logging into your Gymini account.

  2. Navigating to Agency Settings: Once logged in, head over to the 'Settings' section and select 'Agency Settings'.

  3. Locating Custom CSS Field: As you scroll down in the 'Agency Settings', you'll find a field labeled 'Custom CSS'. This is where you can input custom styles to modify the appearance of your Gymini interface.

Code to Hide the Link: To hide the specific link, you'll need to use the following CSS code:

cssCopy code.hl__smtp-help-doc {
    display: none;

Simply paste this code into the 'Custom CSS' field. This code targets the element with the class .hl__smtp-help-doc and sets its display property to 'none', effectively hiding it from view.

Conclusion: Customizing the appearance of your Gymini interface can greatly enhance the user experience for your clients. By using the provided CSS code, you can easily hide specific links or elements, ensuring that your clients have a streamlined and focused experience when using Gymini. Always remember to test any changes in a safe environment before applying them to your live platform to ensure there are no unintended side effects.

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