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  • #324163
    bynisi
    Participant

    If the query for posts has no result, I don’t want “Empty Query Text” to return any message.

    How can I achieve this?

    #324715
    Omar
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Thanks for contacting Leap13 support!

    Well, I would be so glad to check things further from your end, so could you please share a link where I can find the issue so I can see what is actually going there?

    Regards,

    Omar

    #325090
    bynisi
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Unfortunately this is not possible at the moment. The website is only saved locally for the draft.
    I was able to help myself by typing: “<span style=”display:none;”></span>” into the “Empty Query Text” field. That’s working.
    Is there a better solution?

    #327345
    Omar
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Hope you’re having a great day 🙂

    Please insert the below custom CSS into your page to hide error message:

    .premium-error-notice{

    display: none;

    }

    Regards,

    Omar

    #327839
    bynisi
    Participant

    Hi there,

    Your code in Custom CSS works very well!

    Thank You and Regards

    Peter

    #335577
    Omar
    Participant

    Great, so glad that everything is working just fine with you now.

    If you have any farther questions, please don’t hesitate to feed me back anytime 🙂

    we would be grateful if you could please do us a BIG favor by rating Premium Addons for Elementor on our WordPress page. This really would give us a huge push forward to make things better ❤️️

    Also, you’re most welcome to join our Facebook group and Youtube channel through the links below to get notified about new features, video tutorials and bug fixes.

    Thanks,

    Omar

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