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How to Hide a WP Element in CSS for Logged-in Users Only

Last Updated: 4 years ago by BrodNeil

You can use .logged-in together with an element or class or ID to hide it from logged-in users.

An example would be something like this:

/* Hide WooCommerce customer_details for logged-in users * /
.logged-in #customer_details {display: none;} 

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