CSS Quicktips : Removing RSS feed links from the Koha OPAC

Earlier today a fellow Koha user had asked :

“How to deactivate the News RSS link in OPAC?”

news rss feed link

The RSS feed link is contained in a <div> with the id named rssnews-container. In order to handle its visibility we need to simply add the following line to our OPACUserCSS system preference:

#rssnews-container {
    display: none !important;
}

And while we are on the topic, there is also another location where the RSS feed link shows up and that is in our OPAC search results page.

rssfeed

In this case however our approach needs to be slightly different as the link is presented as an anchor (a) element with the associated class rsssearchlink. Other than using a different CSS selector, rest of it is same i.e. we need to turn off the visibility of the element like this:

a.rsssearchlink { display: none !important; }

As we commonly say in Bengaluru (erstwhile Bangalore) – Enjoy maaDi 🙂

Rishi Bankim Chandra College for Women chooses L2C2 Technologies for their Koha hosting

RBCC for Women (Naihati), West Bengal chooses L2C2 Technologies’ Koha hosting services on the cloud.

We are pleased to extend a hearty welcome Rishi Bankim Chandra College for Women, Naihati to L2C2 Technologies’s growing family of client-partners in West Bengal. We look forward to supporting their library technology requirement at every step in the years ahead.

About Rishi Bankim Chandra College for Women

Named after Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay – the father of the Bengali novel and the author of India’s national song “Vande Mataram”, the college is located at East Kanthalpara in modern day Naihati, the birth place of Bankim Chandra. Functioning as an undergraduate degree college affiliated to West Bengal State University (Barasat), the college has a long history. It began in 1947, the year of Indian Independence, as Rishi Bankim Chandra College. In 1964 a morning section for female students was added, which in 1984 was re-christened as “Rishi Bankim Chandra College for Women”.

The OPAC is accessible at http://rbccwomen-opac.l2c2.co.in