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DIsabling a header image on the first page of a survey?

DArmstrong
DArmstrong Community Member, Qualtrics Brand Admin Qubie ✭
edited August 2 in Custom Code

Does anyone know of a way to disable a survey's header image on the opening page of a survey? My searches so far have come up empty.

I'd like to be able to use a particular graphic which incorporates the relevant logo into its design on the introduction / landing page, and then have the logo alone be displayed on subsequent pages throughout the survey, but I'm not sure of the best way to achieve this effect.

Best Answers

  • fleb
    fleb Czech RepublicCommunity Member Sage ✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer

    Hi
    do you mean the logo image? If so, put then put the following code to your first page: jQuery("#Logo").css("display", "none");

    If you have inserted another image to the header, just assign it an ID and do the same as above with this ID.

  • rondev
    rondev Community Member Wizard ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2020 Accepted Answer

    @uhrxx005 said:
    @fleb Where does this piece of code get pasted? I am trying to achieve the same thing and am having difficulty getting it to work.

    This should be pasted on the first question JS part of the page, on which we don't want to show the logo.

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  • uhrxx005
    uhrxx005 Community Member, XMPN Member, Qualtrics Brand Admin Guru ✭✭

    @fleb Where does this piece of code get pasted? I am trying to achieve the same thing and am having difficulty getting it to work.

  • Psarma
    Psarma BangaloreCommunity Member, Qualtrics Brand Admin Qubie ✭

    Is there a way not to show the LOGO on the last page of a survey.. i.e end of survey page where they say "Thank you for taking this survey and your responses have been recorded"