css selector or xpath selector

I have a div in the code. I dont want to display it or delete it. Either is ok

the following is the code:

  <div addthis:url="http://sampletest.com/?p=2748" class="addthis_toolbox addthis_default_style " addthis:title="Clarifying the event "></div>

this is from wordpress page.

I dont know in css how to select addthis:url="http://sampletest.com/?p=2748" and addthis:title="Clarifying the event " because class="addthis_toolbox addthis_default_style is not unique thing to slect

I tried using javascript

    element = document.evaluate('//div[@addthis:url="http://sampletest.com/?p=2748"]',
    document,
    null,
    XPathResult.UNORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE,
    null);

but it selects none.

Answers


It has a class. All you have to do is target that class in your CSS.

The class is addthis_toolbox, so the following will hide the div and its contents.

.addthis_toolbox {
    display: none;
}

Just make sure this class isn't used in other elements that you don't wish to hide, otherwise they'll be hidden as well.


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