It’s possible I’m crossing wires, I was very sleepy! So I messed up my example above, ignore the eve forums I linked.
So let me explain the set up and I’ll also show some examples of what I am looking to achieve (if it’s even possible)
We make video games and have different departments, we are running this forum as a closed test forum which is invite only.
So I have some default groups set up:
- Quality Assurance
Everyone with a company email is automatically added to the Developer group. The Developer group is “automatically assigned as primary” to anyone with the business email address. This makes sure they get appropriate trust levels and nifty flair I hacked in to the category overview without me having to do anything manually (which is nice!) (fig 1):
So all people with work emails are in the Developer group and have that set as their primary group (this triggers the above seen DEV flair). I manually assigned 4 people in to the Quality Assurance group and overrode that as their primary group (this triggers the above flair for QA), and just myself in to the Community group and this is my primary group (this triggers the above flair for CM).
In order to get the logo on the Developer Group Overview page as per the Original Post above, I have had to assign an avatar flair to the Developer group, only - this creates a flair on the avatar of each post the developers make (fig 2)
What I am trying to achieve is hiding the avatar flair on the posts by the developers, but keeping it on the group overview page.
I thought it might be possible by hiding an element in CSS, but I ended up hiding the entire user avatar on their posts (and not just the flair).
I’ll show you an example of what I am after:
No avatar flair but …
Still have a logo on the group overview page!
Is that possible by hiding any CSS elements? Am I just being super picky? (You can say yes!)