SmarterTrack v 10.0.5182 - Remove Management Interface from footer
Question asked by Daniel Sproul - March 11, 2014 at 8:17 AM
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Previously this was not here, and we do not want clients trying to log into the management interface.  How do we remove the Management Interface from the footer of Smartertrack.  I want to keep it how it appears only after you log in, in the upper right login bars for the agents, but not for every client to see.

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Hi Daniel,
 
You can hide the Management Interface button using the Custom CSS feature. Navigate to your Brand's settings page, select the Custom CSS tab, and add the following line exactly as it is written:
 
footer .col-md-2 .btn{ display: none; }
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User Replied
In our next update we will add the class "btn-managementInterfaceLink" to the button in order to make targeting it easier. Once that has been added you'll be able to hide it using .btn-managementInterfaceLink{display:none;}
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Daniel Sproul Replied
That worked perfectly!  Thank You!
 
I still do not see an option in this latest update for us to edit to full footer to allow us to add our company information that I thought was going to be also included in this latest release.
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User Replied
I will add that to our feature request list for consideration. For now, I wrote some custom CSS that you could use to add content to the footer. Add the following line to your Brand's Custom CSS:

footer .col-md-10:before {content:"My Company Name"; display:block; margin-bottom:8px;}

Just replace "My Company Name" with the text you want to appear in the footer. If you'd prefer for the information to appear below the footer then use:

footer .col-md-10:after {content:"My Company Name";}

Hope that helps!
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luousa Replied
I have a question, I like the button shows up after agent login, otherwise, my employee cannot access management interface now.
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User Replied
Once logged in, your employee should see a link for 'Management Interface' under their nameplate drop-down in the top right corner next to alerts.
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VIP SUPPORTAL Replied
Is there a list of these custom css codes? For example, to remove / edit certain things on a brand portal?
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User Replied
Our Communications Specialist is creating a help document with Custom CSS snippets that will be available on our Portal once she finalizes and publishes it. For now, the best bet to finding code snippets would be to search the Community or create a post asking for help if there's a certain element you wish to restyle.

Additionally, on most browsers you can right-click and inspect an element on the page to see the class names and ID assigned to it which will allow you to write Custom CSS targeting that element.

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