hey there this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios and today I want to talk to you about how to remove elements using CSS now this is going to be a bit of a technical talk but it’s really cool this is one of my favorite things to use CSS for and basically it comes down to wanting to remove a particular element on a website like there’s something you need to get rid of a particular image a particular icon something like a little bit of link text in the footer that you want to remove and if there’s a way to do it it’s a really cool tool basically what you want to do is highlight the element so you want to scroll your bar make it all blue highlight it and right click on it and click inspect this is going to pull up the inspection tool which basically shows you all the code of the back end of the website and when you hover over the element it’s going to give you it’s when you hover over the part that you want to remove it’s going to give you the element selector the element selector is basically the part that refers to the block that we’re looking at so it’s going to be like div dot element box something like that you know what i mean it’s going to be it’s going to explain exactly what the piece is in the naming so in the CSS we want to take that particular name and we want to put write out that name exactly as it is exactly the same match it then we want to use the curly brackets so you look on your keyboard you can find the curly brackets you want to open that opens up the CSS curly brackets and then we want to write display so d-i-s-p-l-a-y colon none so n-o-n-e and then semi-colon then we want to close the curly brackets brackets that closes the CSS that’s it hit update refresh the page and see if that removed the element so this is a it’s a great tool for cs for web design it’s in CSS it’s a little bit technical but i love to use it when you need a quick and dirty way to remove an element on a website page this is Jophiel with SkyPoint Studios hope you enjoyed this tip stick around for more tips just like this one