It really is super simple and requires I line of CSS per item. If you want to hit them all or any future ones you could hide the whole element. I’m posting this b/c I was looking for a quick fix to do this and all the blogs make you change master pages or something else wacky. I didn’t have mine enabled and really was being lazy. So here it is.

Hide OneDrive

Hide Newsfeeds 

Hide Sites

Get rid of them all in one shot

Get rid of the anything that could possible go in there 

There you have it folks – simple css to just pop those items right off the page.

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  • Larry
    Posted at 10:33 pm January 25, 2017
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    Thank you for your reply. You advise I can simply copy whichever line of code I need and simply paste it anywhere within the ‘seattle.master’ file code?

    • chris
      Posted at 7:59 am February 3, 2017
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      If you use tags you could, but linking to a custom css file would be much better.

      • Tom Daly
        Posted at 4:11 pm February 3, 2017
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        agree. its best to link to a custom file.

  • Larry
    Posted at 8:31 pm January 12, 2017
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    Great! Can you be just a little more specific? Where do I place these line of code?

    • Tom Daly
      Posted at 4:08 am January 25, 2017
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      You can put these in a custom css file that you attach via Alternate Style Sheet (publishing enabled). You could add the css directly to the master page or to a custom css file that you have linked up in the master page already.

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