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1 year 1 day ago #46523 by Solarian
Hello!

I need to hide property header in confirmation page (bookings_showconfirmation.html) - please see attached screenshot.

couldn't find smth related on forum or option in both jomres backend and fronted admins.



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1 year 1 day ago #46524 by Rodrigo Rocco
have a look into jomres\core-minicomponents\j02990showconfirmation.class.php

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1 year 20 hours ago #46525 by Solarian
hey!

thank you for your answer.

I wouldn't modify, however, jomres files (thou, maybe I can add j02990showconfirmation.class.php to remote_plugins)

can you point to what I should edit?

becouse I can't find (for instance, I was expected <div class="property-header" ...)

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11 months 3 weeks ago #46543 by Rodrigo Rocco
In that class there is a call to a function that renders the header, sorry bu I don't recall it off hand.

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11 months 2 weeks ago #46597 by Solarian
thank you!

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