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andyjalexlive
New Contributor III

Mashup object labels and titles

Hello

I recently upgraded Qlik sense desktop and it has led to some anomalies on my mashup. Each object now has a Object name label and object title. Does anyone know how to not show them. Please see screen shot 

 

Thanks 


Andy

 

 

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andyjalexlive
New Contributor III

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

In the end it turned out to be a label not a title which was causing the issue:

<label class="hidden-screen-reader-label" q-translation="Object.xxx">xxx</label>

 

Changing the label css display attribute to none seems to have done the trick.

label{display:none}

Thanks for your help 

 

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ErikWetterberg
Honored Contributor

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

What does your mashup code look like?

andyjalexlive
New Contributor III

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

Hi Erik

 

I'm using the capabilities API. My html looks like 

 

<get-object qvid="'pyNtBwH'" id="'pyNtBwH'" height="220"  interaction="true"></get-object>

 

Best


Andy

ErikWetterberg
Honored Contributor

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

Hi,

As far as I know there is no get-object in capabilities API. Looks like an angular directive or custom object or something. That is probably where your problem is. Perhaps @Yianni_Ververis can help?

Employee
Employee

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

That code indeed looks like one of my angular directives 🙂

Regarding hiding the labels, you can do it via css

.qv-object-title { display: none; }

 

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andyjalexlive
New Contributor III

Re: Mashup object labels and titles

In the end it turned out to be a label not a title which was causing the issue:

<label class="hidden-screen-reader-label" q-translation="Object.xxx">xxx</label>

 

Changing the label css display attribute to none seems to have done the trick.

label{display:none}

Thanks for your help