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Nintex Workflow form query

Hi,

Does anyone know how to hide the workflow name and current document that appears, (highlighted in red below) at the top of a workflow form? I've discovered I need to add some CSS rules:

#ms-pageDescriptionImage {
 display: none !important;
}

#DeltaPlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea {
 display: none !important;
}

but can't see where to put them.

Thanks!

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Re: Nintex Workflow form query

Hi Robert,

Do you have Nintex forms license already in place or do you have Nintex forms features activated. For modifying any Nintex form, you would need the features activated.

regards,

Shrini

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Workflow Hero

Re: Nintex Workflow form query

Hi,

or if you don´t have Nintex Forms licence, you can try to create your own "Additional Page Head placeholder", to deploy custom JS functioin, and hide the unrequired page titles with your JS function.

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Re: Nintex Workflow form query

Hi Shrini,

Thanks for the reply.

Yes, we have a license in place. The problem is I can't modify this form. It seems to be created at workflow runtime.

Regards,

Rob

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Workflow Hero

Re: Nintex Workflow form query

Hi Milan,

Thanks for the reply.

Interesting! Not sure how to go about that.

Regards,

Rob

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Workflow Hero

Re: Nintex Workflow form query

Hi Rob,

it's about custom wsp solution.

Right now I'm out of my laptop and not able to send you the sample. But try to check the Additional page Head placeholder on google. There should be a lot of easy samples

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