I think I have figured out that there is not any kind of page id created in Discourse that I could target as a class or an id in CSS. I have a custom global message that I really want to not show on one page (a static page). But I am not finding a way to target it via css. If anyone has tried to do this and successfully done it, I’d like to know how you accomplished it. Thank you!
Which page specifically? if there’s not a class for it we can probably add one.
Since it looks like that’s a page generated by the pages plugin, you can just add a css class to the page by editing it. It’s raw html.
Oh, is it this plugin (there are a couple different ones)? ProCourse Static Pages
I had assumed it was our native page publishing or an existing static page like
I’m not very familiar with static page plugins, but I think the problem is that the static page content appears below the global message… so it’s impossible to get a class in there to target the message? That plugin would need to be modified to add the class.